It is almost 34 years since the body of the unknown baby, christened Baby John by locals, was found on a beach in Caherciveen and that began the nightmare for the Hayes family. Miriam O'Callaghan speaks to journalists Ger Colleran and Ann Lucey about the
Living with the fallout of a gangland feud and One year on, Eithne O'Brien returns to Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon to see how some of the Syrian refugees have adapted to their new lives in Ireland.
A day in the lives of Ireland's homeless population as Christmas approaches. Homeless families and individuals tell their stories about life in temporary emergency accommodation, hotels, hostels, hubs and sleeping rough. A studio debate follows on the cau
This edition of Prime Time looks at out-of-control marauding teenage gangs who intimidate, vandalise and sometimes attack. Then, with a pilot strike threatened five days before Christmas - Is the Ryanair model in trouble? And, after more than 20 years, a
As the HSE talks about "reconfiguring" services, local activists vow to fight to save their hospitals. There could be a Brexit deal on the horizon yet. Miriam talks to Brian Hayes on the latest on Brexit. David discusses it further with our political corr
Thousands of people all over the country spend virtually their entire lives caring for loved ones who are unable to care for themselves. In a specially extended programme, RTÉ Prime Time goes into the homes of the country's carers, and asks if are we aski
Will Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald have to fall on her sword? Ms Fitzgerald faced further questions in the Dáil but insisted there was no attempt by her or anyone else to cover up the email at the centre of the row.
The RTÉ Investigations Unit examines the widespread failure to implement the 2008 Hospital Consultants Contract and the impact this is having on Ireland's healthcare system. How some consultants are treating large numbers of private patients while public
Presented by Miriam O'Callaghan and David McCullagh. Vigilantism or wise community action? Fran McNulty reports in the midst of an ongoing crime problem. Dr Kevin Kelleher discusses the risk of measles in Ireland.