Prime Time - Weather, Peat, Ryanair Strike

Prime Time - Weather, Peat, Ryanair Strike

09 Jul The latest on whether threatened strike action at Ryanair will affect your holidays. Also, discussion and debate on peat harvesting and the challenges of Ireland's drought.

Prime Time - Brexit Risks Cheese Jobs, Smartphones In School

Prime Time - Brexit Risks Cheese Jobs, Smartphones In School

29 Jun It employs thousands of people in every corner of Ireland. As the clock ticks and negotiations stall, RTÉ Prime Time has a special report on what's at stake for our cheese industry and interviews key UK Remainers and Leavers on the Brexit crisis.

Prime Time - Education Board Spending, Foiled Robbery

Prime Time - Education Board Spending, Foiled Robbery

29 Jun How is your money used by one of the country's education boards? We report on an investigation that's been referred to the gardaí. And the inside story on how a plan to carry out a massive cash robbery was foiled.

Prime Time - Audiology Failures, Building Failures and Brexit

Prime Time - Audiology Failures, Building Failures and Brexit

27 Jun Katie Hannon speaks to the father of a child failed by audiology services in the West of Ireland. Plus, should the state bale out those living in Celtic Tiger building failures? And asks where Theresa May's latest Brexit move leaves the Border.

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Prime Time 05/06/18

06 Jun A fatal shooting at the Bray Boxing Club - who was the intended target? Also, the Magdalene laundry survivors - tonight they receive another State apology - but there's still no State admission of liability.

Prime Time - 31/05/18

Prime Time - 31/05/18

01 Jun Prime Time reports on sextortion, a hidden and growing problem. Plus, after 17 years, three planning applications, and a vigorous campaign of opposition, An Bord Pleanala gives the green light to the Ringaskiddy incinerator.

Prime Time - when does life begin? Tensions Mount In Gaza

Prime Time - when does life begin? Tensions Mount In Gaza

17 May As part of continuing coverage on the upcoming Abortion Referendum, Prime Time asks the critical question; when does the foetus become a human being? Plus, tensions mount in Gaza as Palestinians bury their 60 dead. Israel says it was defending its borders

Prime Time - Rural Bus Service, Brexit and Iran

Prime Time - Rural Bus Service, Brexit and Iran

14 May Minister Shane Ross and Michael Healy-Rae debate a new night-bus service for rural Ireland. Brexit in the balance and analysis of Donald Trump's withdrawal of the US from the Iran nuclear deal.

Prime Time - Flood Relief, Health Crisis, After The Vote?

Prime Time - Flood Relief, Health Crisis, After The Vote?

10 May A billion euro plan to protect against floods - will it stop the water and allow those at risk to get insurance? With trust in the health system at an all time low - can we restore trust? Finally, with under 3 weeks to go until the referendum, we find out

Prime Time - 8th Amendment, Cervical Check, Vicky Phelan

Prime Time - 8th Amendment, Cervical Check, Vicky Phelan

10 May Does the 8th Amendment prevent doctors giving women the appropriate treatment? And Vicky Phelan with her reaction to news from the Minister of Health that more women may be affected in the cervical cancer screening scandal.

Prime Time - Fostered & Abused, Shannon Water Supply Project

Prime Time - Fostered & Abused, Shannon Water Supply Project

26 Apr Two abuse victims from a foster home in Galway tell their stories and express their anger at what they see as lenient sentences handed down to their abuser. Irish Water confirms a €1.3 billion Shannon water supply project, what does this mean? Two abuse

Prime Time - Denis Naughten & INM, Tony Golden Investigation

Prime Time - Denis Naughten & INM, Tony Golden Investigation

24 Apr Did Denis Naughten give sensitive information to an interested party before he told the Dáil? And disturbing new details on Garda interactions with the man who killed Tony Golden. Did Denis Naughten give sensitive information to an interested party befor