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    Drivetime Friday 5 April 2013



    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    The UN says 'We are broke' as Refugee funds for Syria dry up.

    John Ging, Operations Director of the United Nations Office for Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

    Opinion radio column from Michael Kelly.

    Michael Kelly, editor of the Irish Catholic, refects on the anniversary of a preacher's death.

    Launch of ''Truth, Rights and Justice Campaign"

    Cynthia Owen and her solicitor Gerry Dunne.

    Remembering Martin Luther King 45 years after his death

    Drivetime's Brian Lally raids the archives.

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