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    Drivetime Monday 28 July 2014



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

    Ivor Callely gets 5 months

    A jail term of 5 months for former TD, Senator and Junior Minister Ivor Callely. John Lee is the journalist who broke the story.

    Dept of Justice report is published

    Fergal Keane goes through the report into the workings of the Justice Dept

    Frances Fitzgerald TD , Minister for Justice

    Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald reacts to the report on her Department's workings

    Talking Money - Peer-to-peer lending

    Karl Deeter and Jill Kirby focus their finacial minds on crowd-funding and other forms of peer-to-peer lending

    Callely - the view from Clontarf - his political heartland

    The view from Ivor Callely's political heartland of Clontarf - and Harry McGee of the Irish Times assesses the significance

    Gaye Godkin - Food for Thought

    Following a damning HIQA report on Aras Attracta in Mayo - Nutritionist Gaye Godkin on the dietary needs of older people

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