Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Friday 18 January 2019
Katie Hannon presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Ben Lowry, Deputy Editor of the Belfast Newsletter, reports on the DUP's position on Brexit after The Times, Ireland edition reported that the DUP would be open to a soft Brexit.
Jonathan Freedland, columnist with The Guardian, discuss the personalities of Theresa May, Prime Minister, and Jeremy Corbyn, UK Labour Leader.
Michael Clifford, Special Correspondent at The Irish Examiner, reports on why representatives from the Irish Prison Service were in front of the Public Accounts Committee.
Drivetime's John Cooke reports from Limerick where The Cranberries were awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Limerick, while a posthumous award was made to Dolores' family.
Katharina Swirak, Lecturer in Criminology at UCC, and Dr Sean Redmond, Adjunct Professor of Youth Justice, University of Limerick, discuss what can be done to prevent youths entering a life of crime.
Myles Dungan takes a look at the truth behind the rumours that President Ronald Reagan was almost cast in one of the world's most iconic roles as Rick Blaine in Casablanca in this week's Fake History column.
Interviews with candidates for the presidency
Olivia O'Leary asks will he stay or will he go?
Presenter: Mary Wilson