Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Monday 24 February 2014
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Lindsey Hilsum Channel 4's International Editor
Nadia Diuk of the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington DC
RTÉ's Tony Connolly
Fergal Keane reports on the latest in the Garda Whistleblower / Minister for Justice controversy
Denis Bradley, the former vice-chairman of the police board for the PSNI
A survey by second-level school principals found that the numbers of pupils involved in cyberbullying are rising fast. Caroline O'Sullivan, Director of Services ISPCC, talks to Mary.
Della Kilroy talks to adults returning to education as they take part in the Aontas Star Awards
Brian Lally hears about the new levy that truck companies will face if they enter the UK
John Cooke brings us this three part series looking at homelessness, and moving those in hotels to hubs.
Exclusive reports from Drivetime's John Cooke who to some of the 160 Syrian Refugees adjusting to life in County Roscommon.
Presenter: Mary Wilson