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Drivetime Friday 26 May 2017

Drivetime

Drivetime

Cormac Ó hEadhra presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

Erik Locke Trial

Erik Locke Trial

The family of a woman who was murdered in Dublin hotel by her former boyfriend has urged people to be extremely careful on social media. We spoke to Paul Reynolds.

Fidget Spinners

Fidget Spinners

Over the last few months, you might have become aware of the latest toy craze known as "fidget spinners". The Competition & Consumer Protection Commission is warning parents about potentially dangerous versions of the toy after 200,000 of them were seized this month alone.

The Quiet Man

The Quiet Man

It's been sixty-six years since 'The Quiet Man' was filmed in Counties Mayo and Galway. But now, an international campaign has been launched to carry out repairs on Ballyglunin Railway station. Mike McCartney met Leo Moran, of the Sawdoctors, the project's official ambassador.

Boko Haram

Boko Haram

Distressing Content: In Nigeria, hundreds of children remain missing, seized by the militant Islamist group Boko Haram. Paul O'Brien is the CEO of Plan International Ireland, he's in Nigeria to meet with people affected by Boko Haram and he spoke to Drivetime this afternoon.

UK Election - Scotland

UK Election - Scotland

For decades, the Conservatives have been on the margins of Scottish politics. Now, polls suggest the party could be on course for its best performance in years on June the 8th. Peter Geoghegan hit the trail with the Conservatives in a key target seat of East Renfrewshire.

Ruislip

Ruislip

on Sunday, London GAA will realise a long held ambition... when they open their new GAA grounds -- with a seated stand -- in Ruislip.... The project is estimated to have cost more than 5.5 million euro. Rob Mulhern reports.

Programme Highlights

Starting Again... Ballaghaderreen

Exclusive reports from Drivetime's John Cooke who to some of the 160 Syrian Refugees adjusting to life in County Roscommon.

Swaziland

Graham Clifford reports on the plight of the population there.

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