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    Tuesday 3rd March

    Remarkable image of a weasel and a woodpecker

    Photographer Julien Behal talks about the image capture by Martin LeMay

    Commercial flights disrupted by Russian military aircraft

    Peter Kearney, Director of Air Traffic Management Operations at the Irish Aviation Authority

    Call for more action on repossessions

    Michael McGrath, Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesperson

    The latest from the Elaine O'Hara murder trial

    Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell

    Disagreement over Iranian nuclear programme

    Ian Black, Middle East Editor with The Guardian

    The latest on repossessions

    Barrister Ross Maguire, Director of New Begining

    Brian O'Donnell barricaded in Killiney property

    Reporter Ray Kennedy at the scene

    Offer to GPs on free care for the under-sixes

    Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers

    Monday 2nd March

    Deflation is continuing in the eurozone

    Tony Connelly, RTÉ's Europe Editor on how deflation is continuing but the rate of decline has slowed, according to new figures

    Bucaneers proud of Ireland's Robbie Henshaw

    Michael Silke, Public Relations Officer for Bucaneers Rugby Club in Athlone, on the delight over Robbie Henshaw's try against England yesterday

    Bord na Móna opens wind farm in Co. Offaly

    Ciaran Mullooly, RTÉ Midlands Correspondent on the opening of the Bord na Móna wind farm at Mountlucas

    Iraqi government trying to recapture Tikrit

    Shashank Joshi, a research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London, on the Iraqi government's latest military operation to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State

    Solicitor barricades himself into Killiney home

    Ray Kennedy reports from Killiney in south Dublin on how solicitor Brian O'Donnell has effectively barricaded himself into his home, assisted by members of the 'new' land league

    What's been the impact of abolishing town councils?

    Jan O'Sullivan TD, Minister for Education and John Meehan, a former town councillor and the former head of the Association of Municipal Authorities of Ireland on the impact of abolishing town councils

    Education Minister firm on Junior cycle reform

    Jan O'Sullivan TD, Minister for Education on the latest regarding the issue of Junior Cycle reform

    Aer Lingus boss reassures employees on bid for airline

    Ingrid Miley, RTÉ Industry and Employment Correspondent, on how Aer Lingus Chief Executive, Stephen Kavanagh, has moved to reassure employees on IAG bid for the airline

    Friday 27th February

    Kidnapped baby found 17 years later

    Fiona Forde, journalist in South Africa, talks about the case of a baby kidnapped from her sleeping mother's arms shortly after birth being found 17 years later

    NUIG job applicants asked about menstrual cycle

    Professor Michael Doherty from the Maynooth University Department of Law, on the legal considerations for employers regarding medical questionaires

    Police win right to hear Boston tapes

    Journalist Alan Murray on how a former loyalist prisoner has lost his latest legal bid to stop police in Northern Ireland accessing interviews he gave to an American university project

    Graham Dwyer trial continues

    Orla O'Donnell, RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, on the latest evidence in the trial of Graham Dwyer, who denies the murder of Elaine O'Hara on August 22nd 2012

    Major reshuffle of garda management

    Dr Vicky Conway, Author and senior lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of Kent, on the biggest shake up in the force in nearly a century

    Greek government selling the debt deal to voters

    Nick Malkousis of the newspapaer Kathimerini, on the four month extension to the Greek debt deal agreed in Brussels and accepted by the German parliament today

    Secondary teachers meet over Junior Cert reform

    John Walshe, Education Consultant, on today's deadline for secondary teachers to give their answer to proposals over Junior Cert reform

    Thursday 26th February

    Report from Commission for Energy Regulation published

    Commissioner Aoife Macevilly on third quarter figures in the gas and electricity retail sector

    Dublin water usage figures released

    Independent Councillor Ruairi Mc Ginley on water consumption figures for Dublin during Water charges controversy

    Technology jobs for Belfast and Derry

    RTE's Brendan Wright reports on 400 jobs for Derry and Belfast

    Independent Report into Jimmy Saville abuse published

    RTE's London Correspondent Fiona Mitchell on report into abuse by Jimmy Saville at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and other NHS facilities

    Economist David Mc Williams at Banking Inquiry

    RTE's Sandra Hurley reports from the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry

    Graham Dwyer murder trial latest

    RTE's Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O Donnell

    Washington Post names so called Jihadi John

    Simon Israel Channel 4 News has more also Mohammed Shafiq from the Ramadhan Foundation

    Wednesday 25th February

    US offers massive bounty for Russian 'cybercriminal'

    Colin Freeman the Chief Foreign Correspondent with the Sunday Telegraph

    Man on trial for dangerous driving causing the death of a father of four

    Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy

    Tensions high in Ukrainian city of Mariupol

    Alex Thompson, Chief Correspondent at Channel Four News

    Ireland targets FDI jobs

    Minister for Jobs and Innovation, Richard Bruton

    House prices fall slightly

    Business Editor David Murphy

    The Elaine O'Hara murder trial continues

    Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell

    The latest on the growing number of patients on hospital trolleys

    Edel McAllister reports from the Dáil & Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers has an update

    Tuesday 24th February

    New findings on peanut allergies in children

    Paul Carson, a GP who specialises in allergies, discusses the results of a large scale trial.

    Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin pays back more for phonecalls

    Ken Foxe of RTE's Investigation Unit discusses the information obtained on phone calls made by Ms Mulherin to Africa

    Further meetings taking place on Aer Lingus

    David Murphy, RTE's Business Editor, discusses how the airline's CEO is calling on politicians who are opposed to the takeover to reconsider the benefits

    Greece waits for Europe's reaction to reform plan

    Tony Connelly, RTE's Europe Editor, discusses the list of reforms that Greece presented to Europe to have its four month loan extended.

    Winter World Cup set for Qatar in 2022

    Jim Boyce, Vice President of FIFA welcomes the news that the sporting event will take place in November/December instead of the summer months

    Supreme Court rules rejects discrimination case

    Emma O' Kelly, RTE's Education Correspondent, reports on the the Supreme Court decision that a secondary school's enrolment policy of favouring the children of past pupils over others does not amount to indirect discrimination against children from the Traveller community.

    Monday 23rd February

    Call for establishment of a task force to tackle smuggling.

    Fine Gael Senator, Paul Coghlan, who is chairman of the Interparliamentary body that has been discusses the need to tackle smuggling.

    Businesses in Athenry welcome Apple investment

    Local business man Martin Morrissey and Fine Gael Councillor Peter Feeney discuss the benefits of the major investment by the tech giant Apple

    31 year old heroin addict sentenced to seven years

    Paul Reynolds, RTE's Crime Correspondent, discusses the sentence handed down at the Central Criminal Court today

    Divide among unions over Aer Lingus take over

    Ingrid Miley, Industry and Employment Correspondent discusses the tense situation following comments made by the secretary of the airline's Central Representative Council, Myles Worth.

    Bus Eireann to cut several routes in the south east

    Bus Eireann's spokesperson Nicola Cooke discusses the changes being made as part of cost cutting measures at the company.

    HIQUA report finds that children in Oberstown were not always safe

    Joe Mag Raollaigh discusses the findings of a report into the youth detention centre in Oberstown, County Dublin

    Friday 20th February

    New campaign launched to address livestock theft

    Sinéad Hussey reports on a new campaign targeting livestock theft, which includes rewards for information leading to the arrests of rustlers and a hotline for farmers affected

    Report claims EU ‘sleepwalked’ into Ukraine crisis

    Earl of Sandwich John Montagu and former President of the European Parliament Pat Cox react to a British House of Lords EU Committee report accusing the UK and EU of sleepwalking their way into the Ukraine crisis

    Latest from Graham Dwyer murder trial

    RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O’Donnell reports on the latest from the trial of Graham Dwyer for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara, as the court hears of documents identifying how to pick a target and kill people were found on her computer

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