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    Drivetime Monday 20 January 2014



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

    Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

    Brian Lally reports from the launch of JDIFF 2014 - a film feast if ever there was !!

    Car parking industry as revenue for local authorities

    Olivia Kelly Irish Times Dublin Correspondent and businessman Peter Ward from Nenagh Co Tipperary.

    Rosetta spacecraft sets off on mission again.

    Niall Smith is Head of Research at CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory in Cork

    Garth Brooks returns to Dublin

    Rock journalist Tony Clayton Lea

    Graduates form alliance to stand in local elections

    A group of young graduates from Trinity College have come together to stand in the forthcoming local elections as independents. Reporter Della Kilroy met some of the candidates.

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