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    Drivetime Wednesday 16 July 2014



    Audrey Carville presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Palestinian children killed on beach in Gaza

    Yousef al-Helou a Palestinian journalist in Gaza

    A view from Israel

    Michael Herzog a retired brigadier general in the Israel Defense Forces.

    Cases of four who died in State care published

    Della Kilroy reports on the life and death of Dany Talbot and Audrey Carville speaks to Chairperson of the National Review Panel, Dr Helen Buckley.

    Political Developments in Garth Brooks Saga

    Barry Lenihan reports.

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