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I'll be making a visit to the John Daly Show tomorrow, and the Stephen Nolan Show on Monday morning.

On that occasion, I'll be joined by Paul Mc Guigan, BBC NI's head of factual TV and Blueprint's executive producer.

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On Sunday morning, quite separately, we'll be talking about the age of rocks.

There's been some renewed debate about the age of Ireland, and whether this island is millions of years old or merely a few thousand.

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The picture features our two science experts, Peter Woodman and Emily Murray, standing either side of yours truly.Fr Eugene O’Neill said that many Catholics were questioning whether as Catholics they necessarily had to be nationalist and look to Dublin when the United Kingdom was more respectful of Christian churches.In comments backing up polls which suggest that many Catholics would now vote to retain the border, Fr O’Neill said that as an Irish passport-holder he saw the Queen and senior British government figures as defenders of faith in the UK.No-one is interested in discussing that — people are interested in discussing Europe, what’s going to happen to Greece, whether the Euro will last...no-one is interested in the national question.“There’s a desire to say that we have to unpick this fusion between one sort of politics and faith because history has shown us that that has always been a mistake.”Asked what had prompted his broadcast yesterday morning, he said: “It’s been engendered by the present events with the coalition in the south, starting last year particularly with the attack by the Taoiseach in the Dail and the particularly focused nature of the attack on the handling of the whole abuse issue.“Whilst there is certainly a huge amount that the church at a local level did wrong and it behaved egregiously — there is no doubt about that — it is certainly also the case that the Irish state horrendously failed to acknowledge its part in that.“That is not in any way to minimise the role of misbehaviour and crime in the church but everyone has to put their hands up if they’re guilty and I felt therefore that it was a very dishonest statement and pretty cheap politics.”Fr O’Neill, who was partly brought up in Dublin, said that he was further shocked by the Republic’s recent closure of its embassy to the Vatican — something the Irish Government claimed was to save money but has led to fierce criticism.