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    Drivetime Wednesday 29 January 2014



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

    Why hasn't the state apologised to Louise O'Keefe?

    Philip Boucher-Hayes explores why politicians find it so hard to say sorry.

    Malnutrition in the Elderly - Nutritionist Gaye Godkin

    Nutritionist Gaye Godkin meets some older prople in Killester for a chat about Diet -Brian Lally reports .

    "Betrayal" in the Elysee Palace

    Former French first lady, Valerie Trierweiler, speaks out about her break-up with President Francois Hollande.

    Could community courts tackle crime in Dublin?

    The Dublin City Business Association calls for a community courts system to be set up in the capital to combat anti-social crime. Della Kilroy reports with comment from Fiona Ni Chinneide of the Irish Penal Reform Trust.

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