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    Drivetime Monday 20 May 2013



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

    Are Legislators who support abortion excommunicating themselves from the Catholic Church ?

    Fr Michael Mullaney Professor of Canon Law at St Patrick's Maynooth and Michael O'Regen Parliamentary Correspondent Irish Times.

    Oireachtas hearings on draft abortion legislation - Day 2

    Philip Boucher-Hayes reports.

    Minister Shatter and Deputy Wallace controversy continues

    Drivetime's Fergal Keane gets political reaction from Labour deputies. Dr Jane Suiter, Lecturer in Government at Dublin City University

    HSE launch foster care awareness campaign

    The HSE have launched a new Fostering Awareness Campaign aimed at recruiting new foster carers across Ireland. Della Kilroy reports.

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