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    Friday 29th May

    HIQA criticises HSE facility in Cork

    Sean Defoe discusses a new HIQA report that criticises a HSE facility for adults with mental disabilities in Cork city

    Aviva to hike health insurance premiums

    Dermot Goode, analyst from, discusses the decision by the health insurance organisation to increase premiums by an average of 5.5%

    Reported decline in Irish in Gaeltacht areas

    Rónán Ó’Domhnaill, Irish Language Commissioner, discusses the deterioration of the language according to a new report

    Sepp Blatter set to win FIFA election

    Tony O'Donoghue, RTÉ Soccer Correspondent, discusses the FIFA Presidential election in Zurich

    Agreement on pay talks expected today

    Martin Frawley, industrial relations journalist, has the latest on the public sector pay talks

    Legalities surrounding O’Brien matter explained

    Paul Anthony McDermott, Barrister, discusses the legal implications of Catherine Murphy’s comments

    Call for Dáil recall over O'Brien controversy

    Lucinda Creighton, Reuna Ireland, calls for Taoiseach to recall the Dáil over O'Brien controversy

    Thursday 28th May

    Garda arrested over disclosure of information

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Pressure on FIFA over corruption allegations

    Martin Ziegler, Press Association Soccer Correspondent

    Former Regulator Patrick Neary at the Banking Inquiry

    With a report from Sandra Hurley and comment from David McWilliams

    Unions react to assurances over proposed Aer Lingus sale

    SIPTU divisional organiser Owen Reidy & Minister of State Ged Nash

    Wednesday 27th May

    Vatican reacts to result of referendum on same sex marriage

    Paddy Agnew, Irish Times Correspondent in Rome, on the comments by Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who said the YES vote was a 'defeat for humanity'

    Two investigations underway into FIFA

    John Delaney, Chief Executive of the FAI and former Republic of Ireland Manager Brian Kerr, on the two investigations into corruption at football's governing body FIFA which are under way, after a number of senior officials were arrested in Zurich

    Ireland's law on smacking violates European Law

    Minister for Children, James Reilly TD, speaks about how he has instructed his officials to prepare regulations providing for the explicit prohibition of corporal punishment for children in foster or state care

    Banking inquiry continues

    Sandra Hurley reports on the appearance by former Central Bank deputy governor, Tony Grimes, who told the inquiry that Sean Quinn's exposure to Anglo in July 2008, threatened the stability of the financial system

    Reaction to proposed IAG bid for Aer Lingus

    Conor McMorrow reports on the Dáil's reaction to the potential sale of Aer Lingus and Jonathan Clynch speaks to Willie Walsh, Chief Executive of the International Airlines Group

    Tuesday 26th May

    Cabinet meeting adjourned until this evening

    David Murphy, Business Editor on how the Cabinet meeting has been adjourned until 6:15 this evening and that no decision has yet been reached on the future of Aer Lingus

    Daughters claim BB King was poisoned

    Justin Moyer, reporter with the Washington Post, on the reports that police in the US state of Nevada have launched an investigation into the death of the blues singer and guitarist, B.B King, after two of his daughters claimed he was poisoned

    Concern that time is running out for Greece

    Brian Hayes, FG MEP for Dublin on concern that time is running out for a debt deal for Greece

    Trial of Washington Post reporter begins in Iran

    Saeed Kamali Dehghan, The Guardian's Iran Correspondent on the opening of the trial of Jason Rezaian, who has spent ten months in prison in Iran and has gone on trial on espionage charges behind closed doors

    Final stage of welfare reform bill being debated

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor on how Northern Ireland Assembly members are debating the final stage of the controversial welfare reform bill

    FF members meet after Power's resignation

    Sharon Gaffney speaks to Fianna Fáil members on their way into today's parliamentary party meeting and Míchéal Lehane of our political staff on today's meeting, which follows the shock departure of Senator Averil Power from its ranks yesterday

    Cabinet discussing proposed sale of Aer Lingus

    Míchéal Lehane of our political staff, Michael McNamara Labour TD and Simon Calder, Travel Editor with The Independent newspaper in Britain, on the potential sale of Aer Lingus to IAG, which was discussed by the cabinet today

    Monday 25th May

    RTÉ colleagues pay tribute to Bill O'Herlihy

    Group Head of Sport Ryle Nugent & Des Cahill

    Averil Power resigns from Fianna Fáil

    Senator Averil Power explains her decision, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin reacts and analysis from Noel Whelan

    Tributes paid to broadcasting legend Bill O'Herlihy

    Eamon Dunphy and Frank Flannery react to the sad news of the passing of Bill O'Herlihy who was 76

    Friday 22nd May

    EU leaders gather in Riga

    Europe Editor Tony Connelly

    Children's Ombudsman criticises Government on child poverty

    Dr Niall Muldoon of the Children's Ombudsman

    Gardai stabbed in County Louth

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds

    Review of complaints by Mairia Cahill found she was let down

    Northern Editor Tommie Gorman & Barra McGrory who has overall responsibility for Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Services on a report into how allegations by three people including Mairia Cahill were handled

    Government says six banks will cut variable mortgage interest rates

    Minister for Finance Michael Noonan & Sinn Féin Finance Spokesperson Pearse Doherty

    Thursday 21st May

    Striker Stephanie Roche let go by US football team

    Irish Head Coach Sue Ronan on the decision by Hueston Dash FC

    looking back at the Referendum campaign

    Half an hour before the brodcast moratorium Sean Donnelly ,Political Analyst and Brian Dowling RTE Political Staff

    High Court recognises new civil wrong in abuse cases

    Solicitor Deirdre Burke on new civil wrong in long term abuse cases

    latest in Hatton Garden Security Vault robbery

    Alex thomson Chief Correspondent Channel Four News reports

    Former Central Bank Governor at Banking Inquiry

    Former Governor John Hurley attends Banking Inquiry - Sandra Hurley reports More from Independent TD Shane Ross

    Wednesday 20th May

    Britain's Prince Charles to visit Mullaghmore this afternoon

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor on how Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, will go to Mullaghmore this afternoon where his loved ones died in an IRA bomb in 1979

    Young people campaigning for No side in Marriage Referendum

    On Monday's programme we heard from expats who are coming back to Ireland this week so they can vote yes in the marriage referendum. Today we get the other side of the coin as Jackie Fox has been speaking to young people who are campaigning for a No vote

    Proposal agreed on Junior Cycle reform

    John Walshe, Education columnist with the Irish Independent on how the Department of Education has reached agreement with Teachers' Unions on a proposal to resolve the dispute over Junior Cycle reform

    Shatter loses bid to quash parts of Guerin report

    Orla O'Donnell, Legal Affairs Correspondent on how the former Justice Minister, Alan Shatter, has lost his High Court challenge to the report by Senior Counsel Sean Guerin into his handling of claims by garda whistleblower, Maurice McCabe

    Man guilty of Phoenix Park murder jailed for life

    Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent on how a 29 year old homeless man, who beat a father of one to death, has been sentenced to life in prison

    Prince Charles says relations between Britain and Ireland have changed hugely

    David Davin-Power, Political Correspondent on the speech by Britain's Prince Charles this morning in the 'Model Arts Centre' in Sligo

    Britain's Prince Charles in Sligo

    Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor and David Davin-Power, Political Correspondent on the second day of the visit of Britain's Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, who travelled to Sligo today, also includes a report from Mullaghmore in advance of the Prince's visit

    Tuesday 19th May

    Iona Institute appeals for No vote on Friday

    David Quinn, Director of Iona Institute

    Former President appeals for Yes vote on Friday

    Mary McAleese

    Portlaoise hospital discussed at Oireachtas Committee

    Ailbhe Conneely reports

    Northern bakery discriminated against gay activist

    Mark Simpson of the BBC

    Britain's Prince Charles begins his visit

    Western Correspondent Pat McGrath, and Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD.

    Monday 18th May

    Major trial of new Cystic Fibrosis drug

    Katie Murphy, Research and Development Officer with Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, gives details of trial of a new Cystic Fibrosis drug

    Young emigrants returning home to vote in same-sex marriage referendum

    Jackie Fox speaks with some young people as they prepare to return home to Ireland to vote in the same-sex marriage referendum

    New ‘Connected Health’ technology centre launched

    RTÉ Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody reports on a new state-funded ‘Connected Health’ technology centre that allows healthcare staff to remotely gather data on, monitor and treat their patients

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