Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm

    Drivetime Tuesday 18 February 2014



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

    Olivia O'Leary

    Olivia O'Leary looks at the men and women holding the 'Thin Blue Line'

    GSOC Controversy

    Philip Boucher-Hayes analyses the days developments

    Do Judges need training to understand how people are affected by rape?

    Tom O Malley lecturer in Law at NUI Galway

    Sex education - what is being taught in our schools?

    We examine 'Pure in Heart Ireland' with journalist Michelle Hennessy of The Journal and Bernie Judge, Education and Research Officer with the TUI

    UN accuses North Korea of human rights abuses

    John Everard, former British ambassador to North Korea and Donald Kirk journalist in South Korea

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