Carole Coleman, Washington Correspondent, discusses the expected appointment of Condoleezza Rice as the successor to Colin Powell
Robert Schmuhl, Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame, assesses the political reshuffle in Washington
Brian O'Connell, London Editor, outlines the details of the anti-smoking measures in Britain
Seamus Greene, Co-ordinator of the National Parents and Siblings Alliance, says his group's members are insisting that the Government's disability proposals are seriously flawed
Brian Cowen, Minister for Finance, tells George Lee, Economics Editor, that he will be as generous as he possibly can in his first Budget
George Lee says Brian Cowen's style is very different from that of his predecessor as Minister for Finance, Charlie McCreevy
David Quinn, Religious & Social Affairs Correspondent with the Irish Independent, says the Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Diarmuid Martin, has no problem with legal rights for same-sex couples
Listen to a clip of Taoiseach Bertie Ahern outlining the political fundamentals of the Fianna Fáil party on RTÉ's 'The Week In Politics'
Pat Rabbitte, leader of the Labour Party, gives his reaction to Bertie Ahern's claims that Fianna Fáil is a republican and socialist party
Listen to a report broadcast on NBC which appears to show a US marine shooting dead an injured and unarmed Iraqi in a mosque in Fallujah last Saturday
Tom Clonan, Military Analyst, says the NBC footage poses some serious questions for the US military, while Iraqi Health Minister Ala al-Alwan gives his reaction to the situation in Fallujah in an interview on BBC
Éamon Ó Cuív, Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, discusses the head-on collision in which he was involved yesterday afternoon
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