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    Friday 21st November

    Another victory for UKIP

    UKIP takes another conservative seat in a byelection in Rochester -UKIP MEP Amjad Bashir comments on their success

    Chada brothers Inquest opens in Castlebar County Mayo

    Inquest hears evidence from people who arrived on the scene in the deaths of Eoghan and Ruairi Chada- Pat Mc Grath reports

    Siptu says government's new plan for Irish water 'flawed'

    President of SIPTU Jack O Connor says plan's chief flaw is that it is 'regressive in character'

    EU backs Central Bank 20% mandatory deposit

    Frank Conway ,Editor Financial Review and Dan O Brien Cheif Economist IIEA debate the issue

    US Lawyer says Obama's immigration measures are 'limited''

    US Immigration Lawyer Chris Lavery greets President Obama's immigration iniative with caution

    Thursday 20th November

    Concerns over online spying

    Dr Vivienne Mee, expert in IT Forensics

    Barack Obama to reform immigration system

    Doyle Mc Manus of the LA Times in Washington

    The latest from Ian Bailey's case at the High Court

    Vivian Traynor reports

    Plumber found not guilty of manslaughter

    Jennie O'Sullivan reports

    Louise O'Keefe speaks ahead of her meeting with the Taoiseach

    Abuse survivor Louise O Keefe is due to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan and Childrens Affairs Minister James Reilly this afternoon

    The debate over water charges continues

    With a report from the Dáil, and The Irish Times' Cliff Taylor

    Wednesday 19th November

    Fined for Tripadvisor comments

    British Hospitality Association comments on the hotel in Blackpool that fined customers for a bad review on Tripadvisor

    Former principal sentenced for child sex abuse

    NW1-Principal Former Co Clare Principal jailed over child sex abuse western Correspondent Cathy Halloran reports

    New system for water charges to be revealed

    Special panel discussion on new system of water charges Derek Nolan FG Willie o Dea FF Eamon Ryan Green Party and Economist Michael Taft

    Monday 17th November

    Band Aid 30 years on

    2FM DJ Dave Fanning discusses the success in releasing the single to raise funds to fight Ebola

    Recipe book for cancer patients

    Dr Aoife Ryan discusses why weight management is important for those suffering from cancer and the book that will guide patients to healthier eating

    The issue of rising rent

    Fintan McNamara of the Residential Landlords Association and Bob Jordan of Threshold discuss the concerns with a hike in rents

    IS propaganda war

    Research fellow Shashank Joshi discusses the latest IS video and the situation now facing the West in its campaign against the militant group

    NUIG fined for gender discrimination

    RTE's Education Correspondent Emma Kelly discusses the case of a female lecturer being awarded €70,000 on the grounds of gender discrimination

    Protestors' anger over Irish Water charges persists

    RTE correspondents report on the latest developments including a bomb threat to the Minister for Environment's office

    Friday 14th November

    Band Aid's new song - good idea?

    The Chairman of Africa 22 questions Band Aid's new charity single in the fight against Ebola

    The Homeless teenager who showed his talent

    Padriag Mc Kissock was until recently a homeless teenager now he is looking forward to a career in professional footbal

    Good News for Blanchardstown North County Dublin

    Good News For Blanchardstown -Barry Heavey of the IDA

    Latest on Ian Bailey Case

    Vivienne Traynor reports from the High Court

    Sinn Fein and the Cean Comhairle

    Former Ceann Comhairle Seamus Kirk TD and RTE's Micheal Lehane on what next in the Sinn Fein Cean Comhairle row

    Weather latest

    Latest on flooding around the country Reports from South Eastern Correspondent Damien Tierand and RTE's Joan O Sullivan

    Teachers to strike

    President of the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland on strike action over the Junior Cert exams

    Thursday 13th November

    FIFA inquiry into 2022 world cup

    Gavin Hamilton, Editor of World Soccer magazine

    Mortgage arrears continue to fall

    The Oireachast reviews the banking sector; David Murphy reports

    Cross examination of Ian Bailey continues

    Vivian Traynor reports

    Farmers and meat processors agree on some measures in beef crisis

    Eddie Downey, IFA President and Ciaran Fitzgerald, Chairman of Meat Industry Ireland

    Tuesday 11th November

    Paying tribute to Joe Walsh

    RTE's Jennie O' Sullivan reports from the funeral mass of the popular politician

    Death rate from cancer higher in poorer areas

    Kathleen O Meara of the Irish Cancer Society discusses the latest findings from their research

    Ian Bailey's case against the state

    Courts correspondent, Vivienne Traynor, has the latest from the high court

    Witness statement on tax evasion allegations

    RTE's Industry and Employment Correspondent Ingrid Miley discusses the latest revelations

    Minister Coveney reacts to ongoing beef crisis

    Minister for Agriculture, Simon Coveney, discusses the bitter dispute over beef prices.

    Criticism in Garda Inspectorate report

    RTE's Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds, discusses the findings of a report on the work of An Garda Siochana.

    Monday 10th November

    Developments in Ukraine

    Edward Lucas, from the Economist, discusses US and EU concerns at reports of a build-up of separatist reinforcements in the east of Ukraine

    National Science week underway

    Dr. Bernadette Doyle, GSK's VP and Global Technical Head, encourages more women to get involved in the sector

    Investigation into burglary in Louth

    Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, reports on an aggravated burglary at a house in Dundalk last night

    RTÉ Broadcaster Brian Farrell dies

    Olivia O'Leary pays tribute to Brian Farrell who has died at the age of 85

    This week's political analysis

    Stephen Collins, Irish Times Political Editor, looks ahead to the week in politics

    ICSA meets Meat Industry Ireland

    Patrick Kent, President of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association, reacts to their meeting with Meat Industry Ireland

    Protests at meat factories continue

    George Lee, RTÉ Agriculture and Environment Correspondent, has the latest on the blockage of meat factories by farmers

    Friday 7th November

    Russia's currency plummets amid a struggling economy

    John Lough of Chatham House discusses the effects the weak rouble will have on

    Ian Bailey's third day of giving evidence

    Sinead Hussey reports on Ian Bailey's account of being arrrested on foot of a European arrest warrant

    The law surrounding surrogacy

    Dr Deirdre Madden discusses the challenges following today's outcome at the high court

    Mother of twins loses her high court legal battle

    Orla O' Donnell, RTE's legal affairs correspondent, reports on the case of a mother whose twins were born by a surrogate

    Civil servant's claims about alleged tax evasion

    RTE's Industry and Employment Correspondent, Ingrid Miley, outlines the details of the allegations.

    Thursday 6th November

    Ian Bailey case

    Vivienne Traynor reports on the latest from the Ian Bailey court case

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