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    Drivetime Wednesday 19 February 2014



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

    The Beaten Path - now serving God

    Brian Lally visits a famous - now closed - Mayo pub thats getting a new lease of Life !!!!

    Local Elections- Donegal

    Barry Lenihan looks at the political scene in Donegal ahead of May's local elections.

    Dáil proceedings : Confidential Recipient relieved of his position.

    Brian Dowling of our Political Staff & Philip Boucher Hayes

    Minister Shatter before Oireachtas Committee on Public Service Oversight and Petitions.

    Clips and reporter Philip Boucher Hayes

    Oireachtas Committee continues to question Minister Shatter

    Audio clips. Philip Boucher-Hayes. Labour Senator Susan O'Keeffe.

    Magdalene survivors lay wreath outside the Dail

    One year after their state apology survivors of the Magdelene laundries tell Della Kilroy not enough has been done to support victims. Mary Wilson then speaks to Professor James Smith of Boston College and the Justice for Magdalenes Research Group.

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