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    Drivetime Thursday 17 October 2013



    Philip Boucher Hayes presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Devotees of St Anthony welcome the relics of the saint .

    Brian Lally reports from Fairview on the arrival of the relics of St Anthony of Padua at the start of a nationwide touir

    Sara Burke

    Drivetime's health policy analyst examines the health aspects of Budget 2014

    Paddy Duffy

    A special column to mark the publication of Paddy's new book, 'Did That Actually Happen? A Journey Through Ridiculous Moments in Irish Politics'

    Food Banks

    Food poverty, food waster and food banks. Suzanne Campbell reports.

    What happens to those still missing?

    Still Missing - Over two and a half years after missing mother Esra Uyrun's disappearance Della Kilroy speaks to the family still searching for answers.

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