Is there enough Irish music on radio?
Mike McCartney reports
Mike McCartney reports
with Sara Burke
Brian Lally asks people in Waterford which politicians had a good or bad year, and Paddy Prendeville of Phoenix Magazine also gives his top and bottom 5
Rob Crilly former Pakistan Correspondent with The Daily Telegraph
Guardian journalist Jon Boone is in Peshawar
Barry Lenihan speaks to leading figures at UTV, TV3 and RTÉ ahead of the new channel's arrival.
Fergal Keane reports on the opening evidence in the Banking Enquiry given by Peter Nyberg - author of a report on the Irish banking collapse.
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports on Marie Farrell and Garda whistleblower John Wilson's evidence
Women's Aid warn of increase in domestic abuse at Christmas.
David Dalton CEO of Plan Ireland - a child rights organisation
Journalist Saeed Shah is in Pakistan for the Wall Street Journal
Jill Kerby tells us why this kind of advice is a must for 2015, and how to find an impartial adviser you can trust
More than 12 people a week die from drug-related causes in Ireland... and according to a new report methadone is involved in one out of every four poisoning deaths. Della Killroy continues her 'Methadone Investigation'. Report 3 - Overdose Deaths. Report funded with the Mary Raftery Journalism fund.
INMO says 386 people are waiting in EDs or in wards for admission. Liam Doran spoke to Drivetime.
John Douglas, General Secretary of the Mandate trade union which represents many low paid workers and Mark Fielding CEO of the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association.
Fergal Keane reports
Independent TD Mattie McGrath
Barry Lenihan reports
Annette Egan has a list of Christmas panto's on around the country
Myles Dungan on the life and work of Peadar Kearney, the man who wrote the Irish national anthem … or did he?
Mary Carolan - Courts reporter - The Irish Times
John O'Connor in Waterford reviews the regional newspapers
From L.A Steve Futterman of CBS news
After the major anti-water-charge protests in Dublin on Wednesday, Elizabeth Arnett, Head of Communications at Irish Water, spoke to Drivetime.
The Dail has recognised the State of Palestine- we talk to Fine Gael's Alan Shatter and Sinn Fein's Padraig Mac Lochlainn
Much of this week's news has been dominated by the abuse in the Aras Attracta care home for people with intellectual disabilities in Co Mayo - Drivetime's health policy analyst Sara Burke discusses this.
With Dublin rents almost back to their property-bubble peaks Della Kilroy reports on our ongoing housing crisis
The Health Information and Quality Authority has criticised restraint methods used on residents in a centre for people with intellectual disabilities with complex behaviour management issues. Danielle Barron, editor of the Irish Medical News, had the details.
Julia Hall lawyer and Amnesty International's expert on Counter terrorism and human rights
Padraig Higgins, who's six year old son James died in a farm accident almost seven years ago spoke to Drivetime about the Embrace Farm Campaign.
Questions in the Dail and reaction from John O'Mahoney
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports
Donal O'Herlihy has been asking leaders in physical and mental health to look back on their year ....... and as you are about to hear, 2014 has been a year of significant scientific breakthrough....
A radio column looking at those who have been handed a sacred trust
Des Kavanaghof the PNA and Eamon Timmons of Age Action
Philip Boucher-Hayes assesses if Ireland is out of step on China's human rights record.
Jill Kerby and Karl Deeter on (legal) ways to pay less tax
Part 2 of Della's investigative series, supported by the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund
Vox pop followed by Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys
Myles Dungan recalls the Treaty negotiations of 1921
From Waterford - John O’Connor
Micheal Lehane has been looking back on a colourful political career. Also Donal Hickey of the Irish Examiner who has written his biography.
Pat Spillane, chairman CEDRA - Commission for the Economic development of rural areas
Reporter Barry Lenihan
Fianna Fail councillor Paul McAuliffe put forward the proposal in 2010.
Drivetimes Health Policy analyst Sara Burke looks at the area of Maternity Services
Barry Lenihan continues his look at the cutbacks to Leader and Community Development programes - in Central Dublin and Inishbofin off the Galway coast .
The Lord's Mayor's Homeless Summit - Justine McCarthy and Sam McGuinness give their views
Revenue Chairman Josephine Feehily appears before the Public Acounts Committee - Fergal Kean reports
Brian Lally hears from the Right to Water campaign who are staging a monster demo in Dublin on Dec. 10
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports on the third day of Marie Farrell's evidence
PBH reports on Marie Farrells testimony
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