The Irish Horse Industry
Analysis from Conor Brophy plus new HRI revalations from Barry Lenihan
Water charge debate in Dail
Analysis from Fiachra O'Cionnaith
Life in Dublin's north inner city - Part 2
Della Kilroy focuses on drugs and homelessness
Crime in Ireland
Sinn Fein's Jonathan O'Brien and crime victim Michael Hackett
Life in Dublin's north inner city - Part 1
With a new task force set up this summer to take on some of the issues facing local communities following gangland violence this week our reporter Della Kilroy is taking a look at life in the area.
First U.S. Presidential Debate
Archive report from Brian Lally plus analysis from Tom Foreman of CNN
Horse Racing Ireland
Barry Lenihan has more details on corporate governance issues at the semi-state agency
Green Party Think In
One of the last of the party meetings takes place in Dublin tomorrow when the Greens gather to prepare for the new Dail term. Green Party leader Eamon Ryan joined us.
Horse Racing Ireland
Concerns are being raised at Cabinet level over the reappointment of the CEO of state body Horse Racing Ireland. Brian Kavanagh is to begin a third term as the CEO of HRI this Sunday. Barry Lenihan reports.
The OPW is inviting submissions from the public about managing flood risks at a series of events on-going throughout the country. John Cooke reports.
AAA - PBP
The Anti Austerity Alliance - People Before Profit group of TDs held their think in today, before the resumption of the Dail next week. Fergal Keane had more.
The family of Keith Scott have viewed the footage of his police shooting as Charlotte faces a fourth night of demonstrations. Lauren Dugan - a TV reporter with FOX 46 Charlotte has been covering the protests over the last three nights.
Services at Naas General Hospital have returned to normal today, after yesterday's tragedy which claimed the life of a man in his 70's. Shane Beatty presenter of 'Kildare Today' on Kfm joined us.
Ploughing Championships - Day 3
Frances Shanahan concludes her coverage, including a report on attitudes to drink-driving among farmers
In his last radio diary of the season, Colm O'Regan's been think-in'
Government's Action plan on obesity
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports underwhelmed response from stakeholders. The minister responds.
After the Flood - Part 1
John Cooke re-visits the flood victims of last winter, as communities fear another wet one
Paralympians return from Rio
Brian Lally meets Ireland's medallists at Dublin Airport
Ploughing Championships - Day 2
Frances Shanahan reports from Screggan
Who murdered Denis Donaldson?
Gerry Adams denies sanctioning assassination of the MI5 double agent
Moneygall, Co.Offaly is world famous as President Obama's ancestral home... but just outside the village lies another historic site that's home to one of Ireland's best known politicians. John Cooke reports from James Reilly's family home.
Record numbers of rough sleepers in Dublin
Report by Brian Lally; reaction from Daithi Doolan of Sinn Fein
The count-down is on to the Budget. Analysis from Tony Foley and Daniel McConnell
Olivia visits Hillaryland
Ploughing Championships - Day 1
Comprehensive coverage from County Offaly, presented by Frances Shanahan
Boxing legend Billy Walsh
The former Irish head coach on amateur boxing, cheating, poor judging, the Rio Olympics and his new job
Fianna Fail think-in
The party's health spokesman Billy Kelleher
Jack O'Connor on the buses
SIPTU president criticises Transport Minister Shane Ross
The Jihadi who changed his mind
Longer version of Philip Boucher-Hayes's interview with Jesse Morton
All-Ireland Football Final Preview
Barry Lenihan reports from near Croke Park.
Downton Abbey Moneygall Style - we take a look inside the country mansion being sold by Fine Gael's Deputy Leader James Reilly.
Senator Michelle Mulherin
The former Fine Gael TD asked the GAA for two tickets for this weekend's All Ireland final and has expressed anger at having her request denied.
Sinn Féin Ard Fheis
Sinn Fein are in County Meath this afternoon holding their annual think-in with issues such as Brexit, mental health, and housing on the agenda. Fergal Keane was there.
Colm O'Regan makes a complete hames of things
NAMA and Noonan
The Taoiseach is meeting with opposition parties today over the make-up of an inquiry into the sale of NAMA's Northern portfolio. Whatever the eventual format of that inquiry, Michael Noonan is likely to be called before it and prior to that will answer questions at the Public Accounts Committee.
An Irish man has appeared in court in Spain this morning in connection with the investigation into the murder of Gary Hutch who was shot dead near Marbella last year. Reporter Rob Horgan from the Costa Del Sol English language paper 'The Olive Press' joined us.
Dublin Bus Strikes
Dublin commuters' fears have been realised with workers at Dublin Bus planning a further 13 days of strike action. Unions representing the various grades at Dublin Bus met today to decide on their next step. Industry Correspondent with The Irish Times, Martin Wall, joined us.
Mojo is Back!
The Taoiseach has once again defended his leadership of Fine Gael--- saying he won't walk away from the mandate he has been given. Yesterday; Enda Kenny claimed he'd got 'his mojo back'
Medical Council Hearing
A Medical Council inquiry resumed today into allegations that a consultant obstetrician at South Tipperary General Hospital wrongly diagnosed an ectopic pregnancy when it might have been viable. RTE's health correspondent, Fergal Bowers joined us.
Sea searches have continued in Kilkee today at the site where a member of the Doolin Coastguard tragically lost her life yesterday.
First Time House Buyers
First time buyers are waiting to see what kind of incentives there could be for them in next month's budget.
Fine Gael Think In
The Fine Gael Think In has ended in Newbridge this afternoon, with questiion marks still hanging over the future of the Taoiseach and how long he intends to stay in office. Fergal Keane was there.
Families in Hotels and Getting to School
With over 2,000 children now living in emergency homeless accommodation across the country many families have this month been facing long and costly school commutes since the start of the new school year. Della Kilroy met a family living in a hotel.
The leader of Fianna Fail Michael Martin says a proposal from his party that water charges be abolished is a not a U-Turn. Paul Murphy - Anti-Austerity Alliance TD for Dublin South West and the Green Party's Oliver Moran joined us.
The row between Minister of State John Halligan and his government partners over the provision of cardiac facilities at Waterford University Hospital continues. Reporter Frances Shanahan has been talking to his constituents in Waterford City.
The ceasefire brokered by US and Russia begins at sunset today in Syria. Martin Chulov - the Guardian's Middle East Correspondent spoke to Mary who began by asking him about this Kerry Lavrov deal and how will it work.
Minister Leo Varadkar
Minister Leo Varadkar spoke to Drivetime this afternoon, we began by asking him for his analysis of their poor election performance and failure to connect with the voters of 2011.
Fine Gael Think In and John Halligan
Members of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party have this afternoon gathered in Newbridge, County Kildare for a two day think-in. And after a year when a lukewarm General Election result saw them returned to a new land called 'new politics', there's plenty to think about and talk about.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny is urging Waterford TD John Halligan and other Government ministers to apply themselves to their jobs and to get down to business.
Apple - Slovakia Conference
Michael Noonan meets his finance counterparts in Slovakia as an EU commissioner labels Ireland's decision to appeal the Apple ruling 'strange'. Suzanne Lynch spoke to Drivetime.
We now have details of that HSE Winter Initiative Plan.. it sets a number of targets aimed at addressing overcrowding in our hospitals. Susan Mitchell is Health Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post and she has the details for us
Paralympics - Helen Kearney
In 2012 Dunlavin's Helen Kearney came home from the Paralympics in London with a silver and two bronze medals. She has had a glittering career since she first became involved in para-equestrian dressage events in 2008.
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