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    Drivetime Tuesday 4 February 2014

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    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
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    Transgender Recognition

    Amnesty International report that and six other European countries are violating the human rights of transgender people. Laura Carter from Amnesty Internationals and Ben Power from TENI discuss the report and the difficulties faced when trying to get legal recognition of their gender.
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    Rehab Lotteries Audit

    Martin Wall of The Irish Times assesses the Dept of Justice audit of Rehab Lotteries
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    Talks between the Pakistan Government and the Taliban

    Shashank Joshi Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London
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    Ramifications of Louise O'Keefe judgement for other claims

    Solicitor James MacGuill represents a number of people pursuing claims for abuse suffered in school
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    Olivia O'Leary

    In her column this week Olivia O Leary explores our relationship with alcohol.

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    The Refugee Crisis

    On Thursday, after the photograph of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a beach caused an international outcry, we spoke to a number of reporters travelling on packed trains with refugees and also to Shams Shanin who had been speaking to Aylan's father.

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