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    Drivetime Wednesday 28 August 2013



    Audrey Carville presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Further cuts to disability services

    Disability services organisation St Michael's House has written to families telling them that it has to cut services due to an additional reduction in its funding. Della Kilroy reports on the impact of cuts to disability services across the country.

    What is the mood in the Gulf ahead of possible air strikes on Syria ?

    Gregg Carlstrom from Al Jazeera television based in Doha.

    The Syrian conflict - a view from the UK and Russia

    Steven Lee Myers Buro Chief for The New York Times in Moscow and Robert Fox the Defence Correspondent with the London Evening Standard.

    Ryanair vs the UK Competition Commission

    Analysis from Niall Collins of Mason Hayes and Curran

    Brian Cowen breaks his silence

    Analysis from John Downing

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    Mairia Cahill - Exclusive Interview

    Labour's nominee for the Seanad, Mairia Cahill broke her silence on Thursday and spoke to Drivetime's Philip Boucher Hayes about her links with the dissident group, Republican Network for Unity.

    Built during the Boom Series

    Drivetime's Barry Lenihan took a tour of the country to look at the legacy left by the construction boom - the ghost estates, abandoned hotels and a huge shopping centre in Kilkenny that never opened.

    CNN's Samantha Barry

    One of the speakers at this week's Web Summit was Samantha Barry - CNN's head of social media who is originally from Cork. She spoke to Mary about who uses social media well, in this country and in the U.S. and how tweeting has changed everything.

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