News At One

    Mon - Fri, 1pm - 1:45pm


    Friday 30th January

    CAO deadline on Sunday 1st Feb

    Brian Mooney, Guidance Counsellor and Education Analyst, on the CAO deadline on Sunday and what it means

    Do EU sanctions have an effect on Vladimir Putin?

    Edward Lucas, journalist with The Economist, on continuing difficulties in Ukraine

    Dozens killed in attacks in Egypt

    Natasha Underhill, Middle East terrorism expert, discusses a series of coordinated attacks by militants affiliated to Islamic State in Egypt

    Worries over potential Aer Lingus sale

    Jerry Buttimer, Fine Gael TD for Cork South Central, says he’s concerned about the sale of Aer Lingus

    McLaughlin: Ceann Comhairle has set a dangerous precedent

    Padraic McLaughlin, Sinn Féin’s Justice Spokesperson, discusses Sean Barrett decision to rule out a Dail debate on the setting up of a commission of Investigation into allegations of garda malpractice

    Kirk: Dáil rules and regulations need to revised

    Seamus Kirk, former Ceann Comhairle, gives his reaction to the debacle

    Row over Ceann Comhairle debate decision

    David Kenny, Assistant Professor of Law at TCD, discusses the details of the letter from Mr. Shatters’ solicitors to the Ceann Comhairle

    Thursday 29th January

    Investigation into activities of organised criminal gangs

    Paul Reynolds, RTÉ Crime Correspondent, reports on garda investigations into activities of organised criminal gangs

    Day six of Elaine O'Hara case

    Orla O'Donnell, RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent, has the latest from the Central Criminal Court

    Weather warnings in place for much of the country

    RTÉ's Jackie Fox and John McKernan, Senior Engineer in the Roads Department with Monaghan County Council, has an update on the wintry conditions

    Ian Bailey case continues

    Vivienne Traynor, RTÉ Courts reporter, has the latest from the High Court

    200 new jobs in Ireland

    Ciaran Murray, Chief Executive Officer with ICON, discusses their company's announcement of 200 extra jobs

    Latest in govts action plan for jobs

    Sean Whelan, RTÉ Economics Correspondent, discusses the Action Plan for Jobs process

    Wednesday 28th January

    Number of overseas visitors grows by nine %

    Niall Gibbons, Tourism Ireland CEO, says 2014 was the best year ever for visitors from North America

    International expert from US at Banking Inquiry

    RTÉ's Sandra Hurley reports on the appearance by Professor Ed Kane from Boston College at the Banking Inquiry

    Ian Bailey's solicitor cross-examined

    Vivienne Traynor, RTÉ's Courts Reporter, on the latest from the Ian Bailey case in the High Court

    An anthropologist gives evidence at Graham Dwyer trial

    Orla O'Donnell, RTÉ's Legal Affairs correspondent, reports from the murder trial of 42 year old Graham Dwyer

    Reaction to reforms to mortgage lending rules

    Senator Aideen Hayden, Chair of Threshold, a National Housing Charity, discusses the Central Bank reforms to the lending rules which will be imposed on banks

    Condemnation of abuse of President at protest

    Paul Murphy, Anti-Austerity Alliance TD & John Lyons, Labour TD, discuss the actions of water protesters in Dublin last Friday, when President Higgins had abuse shouted at him

    Off-duty garda shot and injured in USA

    Cathy Halloran, RTÉ's Midwest correspondent, reports on the shooting in New Orleans of a 32 year garda during a mugging

    Tuesday 27th January

    The oldest man in Ireland has died

    Ciaran Mulooly, RTE's Midlands Correspondent, reports on the death of Michael Lambert at the age of 107

    Too much hype over a snowstorm in New York?

    John McDonagh, cab driver in New York, discusses the major snow blizzard that was expected in New York

    The trend of phones replacing PC's

    Adrian Weckler, Technology Correspondent with the Irish Independent, discusses the Irish addiction for smartphones

    Retired garda gives evidence at Graham Dwyer trial

    Orla O'Donnell, RTE's Legal Affairs correspondent, reports from the murder trial of Graham Dwyer

    Public inquiry into KGB spy's death

    Fiona Mitchell, RTE's London Correspondent, discusses the public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko

    The latest from the Ian Bailey case

    Our courts correspondent, Vivienne Traynor, reports from the High Court

    What happens next with Aer Lingus

    Martina Fitzgerald, RTE's Political Reporter, discusses what agreement is needed for a takeover to happen.

    The pros and cons of a takeover

    Aviation expert, David Learmount of Flight Global, discusses the possible purchase of Aer Lingus by IAG

    Monday 26th January

    Wallet-sized passport due soon

    Fiona Pennolar discusses the benefits of the new passport that will be available from this summer

    What the future holds for Aer Lingus

    David Murphy, RTÉ's Business Editor, discusses the latest offer from IAG to purchase the airline

    Michael Lowry has no regrets over controversial note

    The TD defends his motive for passing a note to the Taoiseach in the Dáil seeking the reappointment of a press officer in a state position

    Witness saw Elaine O'Hara the night she went missing

    RTE's legal affairs correspondent, Orla O' Donnell has the latest from the murder trial of Graham Dwyer

    Austerity showdown in Greece

    Europe Editor Tony Connelly and Dr Michael Fuchs discuss the stance the new governing party of Greece is taking and the sentiment across the eurozone

    Friday 23rd January

    24 Irish face deportation over housing scam in Australia

    Anne Driscoll, Western Australia's Consumer Protection Commissioner, discusses the operation leading to the arrests

    Ban on alcohol companies sponsoring looks set to be dropped

    Michael Lehane of RTE's political staff discusses the likelihood that a proposal to end alcohol companies sponsoring major sports events will be dropped

    What the future holds for Greece

    Syriza MEP Dimitris Papadimoulis discusses the future for Greece if his party wins Sunday's election

    European Commission spotlight on changes at Irish Water

    Paudie Coffey, the Junior Minister at the Department of the Environment discusses the changes made by the Government to make Irish Water politically acceptable

    Investigation into Portiuncula Hospital's maternity care

    RTE's Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers and TD Denis Naughten discuss the serious care issues found in a review of the Ballinasloe hospital

    Elaine O Hara's father testifies in murder trial

    Orla O' Donnell, RTE's Legal Affairs Correspondent, discusses the latest evidence at Graham Dwyer's trial

    20 recommendations in Garda report on penalty points

    RTE's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds and Independent TD Mick Wallace discuss the latest penalty points report

    Thursday 22nd January

    ECB announces monthly 60 billion stimulus plan

    Brian Finn of our Business Staff and Tony Foley Economics Lecturer DCU

    Bord Gais cuts electricity and gas prices

    Niall Brady Money Editor with the Sunday Times has more

    Toxic sludge leaking in County Louth

    Elaine Keogh reports on trailer leaking toxic sludge in County Louth

    Mark Nash accused of twelve year old murders of two women

    Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the Central Criminal Court

    Murder trial opens of Architect Graham Dwyer

    Graham Dwyer is accused of murdering Elaine O Hara over two years ago

    Day two of the Teachers Stike

    Teachers from Mayfield Community School in Cork on the picket line and analysis from our education Correspondent Emma O Kelly

    Taioseach at World Economic Summit in Davos Switzerland

    Enda Kenny comments on imminent ECB plan to stimulate the Eurozone Analysis Europe Editor Tony Connolly

    Wednesday 21st January

    Microsoft's Windows 10

    Science & Technology Correspondent, Will Goodbody on the Windows 10 software update & how Microsoft is looking to re-establish itself against rival Apple

    Latest on the banking inquiry

    Sandra Hurley reports on the latest developments from the Oireachtas banking inquiry & also analysis from our Business Editor David Murphy

    Reaction to teachers' strike

    Ailbhe Conneely reports on tomorrow's teachers strike, also Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan discusses the strike & also the Teaching Bill

    Latest political developments

    Political Correspondent, David Davin-Power, on the upcoming same-sex marriage referendum & also Alan Shatter losing his appeal over data breach & other matters

    Tuesday 20th January

    Bone repair technology celebrates a year

    Fergal O'Brien, Deputy Director of AMBER

    How to Get this Podcast

    1. Download and Install Podcast Software You will have to download and install software to be able to subscribe to podcasts, and download the latest shows. There are a number of freely downloadable programmes that allow you to access podcasts. Some of the most popular applications are iTunes, Juice and Doppler, for a list of more options go to RTÉ is not resposible for the content of external websites or applications.
    2. Subscribe to this Podcast Copy the URL from below or from the address bar of this page and then insert it into your podcast software, look for an ADD or SUBSCRIBE option and follow the instructions. URL: Your software will automatically inform you of any new editions to the podcast without the need to subscribe again. If you have iTunes installed you can use this One Click Subscription.
    3. Listen to your podcast

      The podcast will be downloaded in mp3 format or mp4 if it's video, once the download is fully complete you can simply listen to or watch the programme on your computer, or transfer the file to a portable device (mp3 player, iPod etc) and listen to it at your convenience.

    News At One

    Latest Show

    Programme Archive

    News At One on Twitter

    Áine Lawlor and Richard Crowley.

    Schedule Open Schedule