20 Oct Prime Time's Rita O'Reilly blogs on the controversial Poolbeg incinerator.
17 Oct Prime Time's Political Correspondent Katie Hannon blogs on the relationship between the government and a 'valued' arts institution.
17 Oct Tonight we talk to the Irish ambassador in Sierra Leone about Ebola. We have the latest on the speeding offences being thrown out of court. And where does the meat go? as farmers speak out about cattle and sheep rustling across Ireland.
Donogh Diamond was born in Co. Clare, and studied English and History in UCD, before beginning freelance journalism for the Evening Herald.
Broadcaster Miriam O'Callaghan was born and raised in Dublin. She qualified as a solicitor before beginning her broadcasting career on ITV's This is your Life. She joined the BBC as a producer in 1987, and went on to become a reporter on BBC2's Newsnight.
Dubliner David McCullagh began working as a journalist in the Evening Press in 1989. He moved to RTÉ in 1993, where he worked on radio programmes the News at One and This Week and on television news.
Claire joined RTÉ's Prime Time team in January 2013 bringing in-depth analysis of current issues and topical reports. Claire also currently hosts a current affairs programme, Saturday with Claire Byrne on RTÉ Radio 1.
Katie Hannon is Prime Time's Political Correspondent, having previously been Political Correspondent of the Evening Herald and the Irish Examiner and Political Editor of the Irish Mail on Sunday.
Barry joined Prime Time in October 2011, having worked in the RTÉ Newsroom since 2003. A native of Tallaght, Barry began his journalistic career as a radio reporter with East Coast Radio in Bray and Midlands Radio in Mullingar.
Richard Downes is a Prime Time reporter. Newly returned from a three-year assignment as Washington Correspondent, Richard joined RTÉ in 1999 after a decade of working as a foreign correspondent for the BBC in war zones and developing countries.
Born and bred in Co. Donegal, Aoife Hegarty joined RTÉ in 2007. After several years in the RTÉ newsroom working in both radio and television, Aoife moved to the Current Affairs Department in 2012, becoming a reporter on the station's flagship Current Affa
Barry O'Kelly joined RTÉ in 2006. He is a staff journalist, who films, edits and produces long-form documentaries on social and crime-related issues.
Rita O'Reilly is the reporter behind several Prime Time and Prime Time Investigates documentaries, amongst them the highest ever rating Prime Time Investigates - Carry on Regardless, on Irish developers, and a report by Prime Time into the Stardust fire.
Robert Shortt began his career with RTÉ in 1998 working across radio and television news before becoming Business Correspondent in 2001. During that time, he set up and co-presented The Business programme on RTÉ Radio 1
Oonagh Smyth is a reporter with RTÉ's Investigations Unit. Her most recent long form piece was 'A Breach of Trust' an investigation into the childcare sector and the HSE's role in regulating it for which she won an Irish Film and Television Award in 2014.
Eithne O'Brien is from Kinnitty in Co. Offaly and has been a part of the Prime Time team since 1998 . She studied English and Politics in NUI Galway and has a Masters in Film and Television from DCU.