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    Tuesday 2nd September

    Death toll from ebola rises

    Darren Hannify, senior manager with GOAL

    UK Crown Prosecution Service reviews the case of Ashya King

    Channel Four News' Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson

    FBI investigate online hack of celebrity photographs

    Technology Editor with the Irish Independent Adrian Weckler

    Israeli minister condemns settlement plans

    Gideon Levy, columnist with Haretz

    Additional scrutiny for language schools

    Minister for Education Jan O'Sullivan

    Latest figures show fewer mortgages in arrears

    Conor Brophy reports

    Monday 1st September

    Yesterday's GAA All Ireland semi-final victory is only sinking in according to treasurer of the Donegal County Board Cieran Kelly

    Paschal Moynihan, Specialist in Services for Older Persons at the HSE says close to 2,500 elder abuse cases were referred last year

    RTE's Political Correspondant Martina Fitzgerald previews the next Dáil term which begins this month

    The Government's Special Rapporteur on Child Protection Geoffery Shannon discusses the necessity for legislation on cyber bullying

    Tony Costa was one of 131 children sent to Australia as a migrant. His experience is being heard at an inquiry in Northern Ireland

    The Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan says the invasion of Ukraine is an against international law & must stop

    Evan Ostryzniuk, Journalist with the Kiev Post gives the latest from Ukraine as the diplomatic row between Moscow and Kiev escalates

    Friday 29th August

    Head of Operations for Concern Worldwide warns that the shooting down of a UN cargo helicopter in South Sudan is a worrying development

    Nancy Soderberg, a key person in brokering peace in Northern Ireland speaks to Roisín Duffy twenty years after the IRA ceasefire

    Professor Adrian Hill at the University of Oxford calls for healthy volunteers to test a vaccine for the Ebola virus.

    Fine Gael TD says referendum to remove eighth constitutional amendment is only way to resolve abortion regime

    46-year old man ordered to leave mother's home after she took legal action claiming she was 'under seige' from him and his wife

    As the Ukrainian Prime Minister asks his parliament to begin moves to NATO membership, we ask author Edward Lucas how Russia will respond

    Thursday 28th August

    RTE's South East Correspondant reports from Kilkenny where locals have been protesting near the site of a multi million euro bridge

    RTE's Northern Editor discusses visit to Belfast by Gary Harte to meet representatives of all the main political parties.

    UN special representitive on migration Peter Sutherland calls on European Commission to create a new post of Migration Commissioner

    Washington based Bloomberg Journalist Michael Riley explains the background to the hacking of at least five banks this month

    Moscow Correspondant for the Telegraph Roland Oliphant discusses the deteriorating situation in Ukraine

    Property owners with 'a genuine financial difficulty' in paying the second home tax have been offered some respite.

    Bank of Ireland apologises to customers whose wages were not paid into their accounts this morning - the second time in recent weeks

    Wednesday 27th August

    Child fatalities in road accidents have doubled

    Ailbhe Conneely reports

    Suggestions of age limits for people adopting

    CEO of the Adoption Authority Patricia Cleary

    Head of the IMF Christine Lagarde under investigation

    John Lichfield is Paris Correspondent with the London Independent

    Peace efforts in Gaza

    Peace mediator, Gershon Baskin

    Search underway for one of the 'Disappeared'

    John Hill, senior investigator with the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims' Remains

    Government minister says that pay rises are needed

    Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash

    Tuesday 26th August

    Electric Picnic Festival to get underway

    Festival Director Melvin Benn on what to expect

    Continued gains by Islamist fundamentalists calling themselves Islamic State

    Rosemary Hollis, Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at City University London assesses the threat

    Controversy over the lack of female candidates put forward for EU commissionerships

    Fine Gael MEP Mairead McGuinness is a vice president of the European Parliament

    High Court clears way for baby born to mother with psychological disorders to be cared for by father in UK

    Dyane Connor reports

    South Tipperary General Hospital severely criticised for lack of staff hand hygiene and cleanliness

    Our South East correspondent Damien Tiernan reports

    CSO figures show decrease in both unemployment and outward migration

    Our Economics Editor Sean Whelan reports

    Friday 22nd August

    RTE's Dublin Correspondant says there may be a resolution to the long running row over the heritage centre on Dublins Moore Street

    David Moore of Astronomy Ireland explains why we should keep our eyes on the sky tonight!

    Jerusalem Bureau Chief with the Washington Post William Booth discusses the current situation in Gaza

    As forensic investigators prepare to survey a bog for the remains of Brendan Megraw, we speak to the CEO of victims group WAVE

    Tests on a man found dead in Donegal yesterday have proven negative for the Ebola virus

    Our Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers and Dr Gerard Sheehan, Consultant at the Infectious Diseases Department Mater Hospital and member of the Emerging Viral Threats Group with the Department of Health discuss

    Thursday 21st August

    More from RTE's 1999 interview with Albert Reynolds and the former Labour Minister Ruairí Quinn remembers Albert Reynolds political life

    Former Irish Press Political Correspondant Tim Ryan and former Fianna Fail Minister Máire Geoghegan Quinn pay tribute

    Journalist and Publisher Neil O'Dowd was a key figure during the Peace Process. He explains the role Albert Reynolds played

    Speaking in a Radio 1 interview in 1999 Albert Reynolds recalls working with John Major

    Former leader of the PUP outlines how matters changed for his party when Albert Reynolds got involved in the Peace Process in 1994

    Deputy First Leader of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness says the fole of former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds was key in Peace Process

    Former Fermanagh South Tyrone Ulster Unionist MP Ken McGuinness recalls Albert Reynolds' role in the Peace Process

    The former President Mary Robinson pays tribute to former Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil Leader Albert Reynolds following his death overnight

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