Prime Time - Thursday 17 April 2014 - click here

One of the most high profile court cases in the history of the state ended today.

We examine some of the key evidence in the trial and we debate just what we've learnt from the death throes of Anglo Irish Bank and the desperate attempts to save it.

Who is being allowed to teach secondary school children about sex, sexuality and personal relationships?

Prime Time - Tuesday 15 April 2014 - click here

16 Apr Who is being allowed to teach secondary school children about sex, sexuality and personal relationships? Prime Time reports on the thousands that took to the streets of Dublin to protest at the government's energy policy.

James Reilly says Universal Health Insurance will be introduced but what will it give those who already have cover and what will it cost those who, at present, don't? The Minister debates this revolutionary healthcare plan with Fianna Fáil.

Prime Time - Monday 14 April 2014 - click here

15 Apr The Minister for Health James Reilly debates the revolutionary healthcare plan for Universal Health Insurance with Fianna Fáil. Is there any way that some form of very real war in Ukraine can be avoided?

With the two central characters, Angela Kerins and Frank Flannery, absent from today's Public Accounts hearing on Rehab, we look at the latest financial revelations and ask what will happen now.

Prime Time - Thursday 10 April 2014 - click here

11 Apr Prime Time looks at the latest financial revelations of Rehab at the PAC and ask what will happen now As Bank of Ireland takes a hard on debt writedowns, how many family homes face repossession? And the ethics of selling high-risk financial products