Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Wednesday 6 February 2013
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Conor Brophy reports on emerging news of a deal on the promissory notes and the liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank
Brian Dowling assesses the political fall-out from the government's failure to apologise to the victims of the Magdalene Laundries, while solicitor Dave Coleman looks at how redress scheme might work
David Murphy and Cliff Taylor discuss the emerging details of the deal to replace the promissory notes and liquidate IBRC
Philip Boucher-Hayes reveals more about how imported horsemeat ended up in processing plants north and south of the border
Labour TD Ciara Conway says the Taoiseach must apologise
Olivia column focuses on Justice Minister Alan Shatter
A full full year before the banking collapse, the Central Bank and the Financial Regulator were notified of breaches of banking regulations on a massive scale in Dublin.
More than 800 events are taking place around the country
Barry Lenihan reports on gambling and addiction.
Presenter: Mary Wilson