This Week Sunday 15 June 2014
Former IBRC Chair Alan Dukes outlines why he thinks the Government doesn't need a majority on the banking inquiry and the challenges faced by the Committee.
Committee member and Fine Gael TD Kieran O'Donnell and Independent TD Shane Ross on whether the Committee's work is now damaged by the Taoiseach's move to secure a Government majority.
SIPTU president Jack O'Connor discusses why The Labour Party needs to take the battle to its critics.
Veteran of the US-backed surge against Al- Qaeda in Iraq, Peter Mansoor, on the advancement of Islamicist extremists ISIS.
We speak to the former head of the BBC's Iranian service, Baqer Moin about the flexing of Iranian military muscle in the sectarian conflict.
We speak to Theresa Hiney Tinggal, who discovered out at the age of 48 that the parents named on her birth certificate were not her parents. She outlines how a government inquiry needs to get her answers.
Presenters: Colm Ó Mongáin & Brian Dowling