Today, the Central Bank confirmed that it is preparing an enforcement investigation into state-owned AIB as it pursues the Irish banks for over-charging tracker mortgage customers -- a number of whom lost their homes as a result.
Financial advisor and consumer rights campaigner Padraig Kissane spoke to Drivetime.
The Taoiseach says the Tanaiste Frances Fitzgerald 'had no prior knowledge' of a strategy pursued by then Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan's legal team to attack the credibility of Sergeant Maurice McCabe during his testimony before the O'Higgins Commission.
Could you spend 24 hrs As Gaeilge? That's the ambitious target of Conradh Na Gaeilge today with "Gaeilge 24" and there's more that thirty thousand students taking part.
Brian Lally hit the sraid to ask if people were up for the challenge.
An alternative to Catalan independence "is always possible", a Belgian Newspaper has quoted Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, as saying.
Raphael Minder is the author of "The Struggle for Catalonia" and he's Madrid Correspondent with the New York Times and he spoke to Drivetime.
House price inflation of 20% over the next three years but no bubble in sight, according the ESRI who've published new research on the housing market.
Karl Deeter of Irish Mortgage Brokers discussed this with Drivetime.
A proposal making it an offence for the owner of a vehicle to allow it to be driven by an unaccompanied learner driver is to come before the Dáil.
Eight-year-old Zoe Scannell, was killed in a car crash in June 2014 when an unaccompanied learner driver lost control of the car he was driving.
Her mother Alisha spoke to RTÉ's Sharon Tobin.
The Government is trying to lure skilled emigrants back home to Ireland again but how easy do we make it for them when they get here?
Sean Donegan, from Quigley's Point in Donegal told his story to Mary Wilson.