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    Tuesday 24th November

    Hundreds expected in Trim for rural crime meeting

    Ciaran Mullooly reports from the Cavan Meath border

    Independent Senator Sean Barrett on Banking Inquiry

    Senator Sean Barrett on the need for the Banking Inquiry to finish the job

    9 million euros settlement for Roisin Conroy

    Vivienne Traynor reports from the High Court on the settlement for Roisin Conroy injured at birth at the Midlands Hospital Portlaoise

    Latest on downing of Russian fighter jet

    Thomas Frear of the European Leadership Network analyses the emerging crisis between Turkey and Russia

    IFA pay controversy continues

    Mayo IFA Chairman Padraig Joyce calls for resignation of President ,Deputy President and National Treasurer of the IFA

    Nurses vote overwhelmingly for strike action

    General Secretary of INMO Liam Doran on the vote and on his own salary

    Monday 23rd November

    Voting register deadline this Wednesday

    Vincent Norton Executive Manager with Dublin City Council, on how the deadline for registering to vote in the next election is this Wednesday

    Drug user given life sentence for fatal stabbing

    Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds on how a drug user, who stabbed another man during an argument over heroin at a house in Cork three and a half years ago, has been sentenced to life in prison

    Is Ireland vulnerable to an attack?

    Minister for Justice and Equality Francis Fitzgerald on whether Ireland is vulnerable to an attack and how prepared we are to deal with it

    Brussels remains on high alert

    Europe Editor Tony Connelly on the latest from Brussels as the city remains on high alert

    A woman dies and her husband is injured in attack

    Reporter Jennie O'Sullivan in Cork on how a woman was stabbed to death and her husband injured following an attack at their home in Cork, another man has been arrested

    Friday 20th November

    Renewed appeal for couple who disappeared in April

    Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, discusses the renewed appeal for information relating to the disappearance of Willie Maughan and Anna Varslavane

    Dublin woman sentenced to life in jail for murder

    Sinead Hussey reports on the sentencing to life in prison for the murder of Thomas Horan in Ringsend

    Threat of Islamic State spread across Europe and Middle East

    Lina Khatib, with the University of London's-School of Oriental and African Studies, discusses how Western nations may respond to the threat of Islamic State militants

    EU nations to increase border security checks

    Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, discusses the meeting of EU justice ministers in Brussels

    IFA to discuss resignation of General Secretary

    Derek Deane, Carlow County Chairman of the IFA, discusses the resignation of Pat Smith as General Secretary and Chief Executive of the organisation

    Mali attack: Special forces storm hotel to free hostages

    Declan Power, Security and Defence analyst, assesses the recent security situation in Mali

    '80 freed' as special forces storm hotel in Mali

    Laura Fletcher, of our Foreign Staff, discusses the latest in the Mali hotel attack

    Thursday 19th November

    Hurling legend Lar Corbett retires

    Marty Morrissey, RTÉ GAA Correspondent, speaks exclusively to Tipperary hurling legend Lar Corbett about his retirement

    Unions and Central Bank row over additional payments to some managers

    Colm Quinlan from the UNITE Trade Union on the additional payments to some senior managers at the Central Bank

    PAC issues warning of caution over Fennelly

    Conor McMorrow of our Political Staff reports from the Public Accounts Committee

    Peter Robinson to step down as First Minister

    Tommie Gorman, RTÉ's Northern Editor, speaks to Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, about Peter Robinson's resignation

    Man shot in head in Belfast

    Julie McCullough from BBC Northern Ireland on the shooting of a man in an incident in west Belfast

    EU response on refugees in Syria

    Pierre Vimont, Special Envoy of Donald Tusk the President of the European Council, on the response of the EU and specifically how events in Paris may alter the EU strategy for dealing with refugees from Syria

    British response to the attacks on Paris

    George Jones, Political Correspondent with the Press Association, on the response in Britain to the attacks on Paris

    Body of suspected organiser of Paris attacks identified

    Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports from Paris, where officials say the body of the suspected organiser of Paris attacks has been identified among those killed in yesterday's raid

    Wednesday 18th November

    Rugby legend Lomu dies aged 40

    Mick Galwey remembers playing against legendary All-Black Jonah Lomu

    Controversy over the Legal Services Reform bill

    Stephen Kinsella, Economist, discusses the current proposal to the Legal Services Reform bill

    10,000 remain without power after Storm Barney

    Jackie Fox reports on the aftermath of Storm Barney

    Parisians wake up to a major police operation

    Cian McCormack looks back at this morning’s events in Paris

    What does this latest security operation in Paris mean?

    Olivier Guitta, Managing Director at GlobalStrat, analyses this morning’s police operation in Paris

    Two killed, seven arrested in Paris operation

    Tony Connelly, RTÉ Europe Correspondent, has the latest on that security alert in Paris

    Tuesday 17th November

    Ireland qualifies for Euro 2016

    Mick O'Keefe, of Pembroke Communications, goes through the financial aspect of qualifying for Euro 2016

    First same-sex marriages take place in Ireland

    Cormac Gollogly and Richard Dowling speak to us about becoming one of the first same-sex couples to marry in Ireland

    FF: Govt has failed our health services

    Billy Kelleher, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Health discusses Minister Vardkar's doubt over the viability of introducing Universal Health Insurance

    Tuesday's political update

    Martina Fitzgerald, RTÉ Political Correspondent, discusses what's happening in Ireland's political arena today

    Drunk driver gets sentence reduced after appeal

    Orla O'Donnell, RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, reports that a man, who was four times over limit when he crashed a car killing woman and paralysing friend, has had his sentence reduced to four years

    Agreement in Northern Ireland?

    Tommie Gorman, RTÉ Northern Editor, has the latest on talks in Northern Ireland

    Developments in Paris terror manhunt

    Tony Connelly, RTÉ Europe Editor, has the latest from Paris as three people are arrested in an operation linked to last Friday's attacks

    Monday 16th November

    John Aldridge on Ireland's crunch Euro play-off v Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Ex-Irish soccer star John Aldridge previews tonight's crucial second-leg European Championship qualifier against Bosnia- Herzegovina and security implications for soccer after Friday's attacks in Paris.

    Major security hunt for attackers and ISIS extremists in Belgium

    RTÉ's Paul Cunningham reports from Brussels on the huge security operation to find extremists behind Friday's Paris atrocities

    Taoiseach speaks on Ireland's preparedness to deal with attacks

    Taoiseach Enda Kenny speaks of Ireland's preparedness to deal with terrorist attacks

    Man jailed for eight years for 2011 manslaughter of Marie Greene in Athlone

    RTÉ's Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell on the jailing of Jimmy Devaney for eight years for the manslaughter of Marie Greene on February 13, 2011 near Athlone.

    Intelligence analysis of Paris attacks

    French security analyst Olivier Guitta, CEO of security and political risk firm GlobalStrat, explains the ISIS strategy leading up to Friday’s attacks and the intelligence background.

    Paris terror atrocities

    RTÉ's Fergal Keane reports from the Place de la Republique in Paris on the latest developments in the city after Friday’s atrocities.

    Friday 13th November

    COPD-Ireland's fourth biggest killer

    Professor Tim McDonnell gives us the detail on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, also known as bronchitis and emphysema, and why it's important to get screened. For more information visit

    Máiría Cahill elected to Seanad on first count

    RTÉ's Micheál Lehane reports

    Domestic abuse victims in Ireland need more support

    Rory McCrea, from Edinburgh's Safer Families programme outlines the schemes in place in Scotland to help people in the grip of domestic abuse

    Connell drink-driving charge struck out

    The case of former Dublin Gaelic footballer Senan Connell who was charged with drink driving has been struck out at Dublin District Court. RTÉ's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports

    How did the media handle Pat Carey's resignation

    Former Press Ombudsman and Professor of Journalism, John Horgan on Pat Carey's resignation from Fianna Fáil, after a series of media reports about a former Government minister facing child abuse allegations

    Jihadi John targeted by US forces

    Jonathan Russell, Political Liaison officer from Counter-extremism think tank, The Quilliam Foundation

    Bodies of multiple babies found in German flat

    We get the latest in Bavaria from Franz Engeser, journalist with Bayerischer Rundfunk

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