News At One

    Mon - Fri, 1pm - 1:45pm


    Friday 28th November

    Preventive medicine conference in Galway is looking at prevention of heart disease and diabetes

    Our Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath has the details

    The United Nations has declared a state of emergency Gaza after two days of heavy rains and flooding

    Reuters Bureau chief in Israel, Luke Baker, has the details

    Roy Keane quits his position as Assistant Manager of Aston Villa-just four months after he took on the job

    Sports journalist with BBC Five Live, Pat Murphy has the details

    Ireland will repay €9 billion of its International Monetary Fund loans by the end of the year

    Stephen Kinsella, Lecturer in Economics at University of Limerick, discusses the significance of the move

    Northern Ireland's first minister Peter Robinson has been exonerated over claims that he broke Stormont's ministerial code of conduct

    Our Northern Editor Tommie Gorman

    Jules Thomas, the partner of Ian Bailey has said a record of her interviews with Gardai contained pure invention

    Our courts reporter, Vivienne Traynor has the latest

    British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has outlined tough new plans to curb migration to the UK

    Our Europe Editor, Tony Connolly discusses the implications of the plans

    Thursday 27th November

    Dáil suspended three times this afternoon over angry exchanges

    Our Political Correspondent, Martina Fitzgerald has the details

    330 students to be affected by strike by teachers unions next Tuesday over Junior Cycle reforms

    Our Education Correspondent, Emma O’Kelly discusses

    HSE says savings still need to be made

    HSE Director General Tony O Brien explains

    OPEC are meeting today to discuss measures to curb the fall in oil prices

    Philip Chladek, senior oil analyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, discuss the significance of the price of oil

    HSE publishes 2015 National Service Plan

    Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers, outlines what's contained in the plan

    State asks High Court to strike out action against Gardai, taken on behalf of 2 children whose mother was murdered by man out on bail

    Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O’Donnell has the details

    Wednesday 26th November

    Vice President of FIFA describes John Delaney’s singing of a Republican song as stupid

    Jim Boyce, Vice President of FIFA, explains

    Fianna Fáil reacts to Government’s new Housing Strategy

    Spokesperson on the Environment for Fianna Fáil, Barry Cowen, discusses

    35 thousand water meters have been installed in homes in Northern Ireland

    Brendan Hughes, journalist with the Irish News says work has been happening despite promises from the Northern Ireland Assembly that people won’t be charged for water

    The High Court has ordered that three anti water charge protesters be committed to prison for 28 days each

    Our legal Affairs Editor Orla O’Donnell has the details

    Unemployment is down and house prices are up

    Conor Brophy of our Business staff discusses the latest CSO statistics

    Government says its Housing Strategy will supply 110,000 homes over the next six years

    Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly, launched the measures today

    Tuesday 25th November

    Six people, four adults and two children, were rescued from a house fire in Dublin this morning

    Our reporter Ray Kennedy has the latest from the scene

    Pope Francis delivers speech to European Parliament

    Michael Kelly, Editor of the Irish Catholic, discusses the directness of the Pope’s message

    Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney to launch Food Harvest 2015, the first phase of overall plan to grow Irish exports

    Minister Simon Coveney spoke to Aine about the new measures

    Three Philippina women employed at home of the ambassador of the United Arab Emirates were forced to work 15 hours a day, 7 days a week

    Our Industry and Employment Correspondent, Ingrid Miley has the details

    The Dáil will this evening give the Banking Inquiry the green light to begin oral hearings

    Chairman of the inquiry Ciaran Lynch explains what will happen next

    The North's Deputy First Minister Martin Mc Guinness calls for a cross border abuse inquiry

    Northern Ireland Justice Minister David Forde of the Alliance Party discusses

    Fires are still burning following overnight riots in Ferguson after white policeman not charged for shooting dead an unarmed black teenager

    Chris King is editor of the St Louis American in Ferguson, Missouri, he has the latest from the scene

    Monday 24th November

    Transparency International has warned the Government that they have to do more to tackle secrecy in lobbying

    John Devitt of Transparency International explains

    A 12 year old boy, carrying a replica gun, has died after he was shot twice by Police in Cleveland

    Fox 8 news reporter, Stacey Frey has the details

    Amnesty International says government has less than two weeks to re-open a torture case against the British government

    Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International explains

    Parish priest, Monsignor John Byrne, visits an asylum seeker centre and criticises conditions, despite being asked not to attend

    Monsignor Byrne discusses

    Communications Minister Alex White announces a new national broadband plan

    Our Science and Technology Correspondent Will Goodbody spoke to the Minister and Seamus Boland of Irish Rural Link joined us in studio

    Medical Council inquiry begins into allegations of professional misconduct against a doctor with links to 'Baby P' case

    Our Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers has the details

    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

    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