Drivetime Tuesday 10 April 2018

Drivetime

Drivetime

Sarah McInerney presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

Mo Mowlam and the Good Friday Agreement

Mo Mowlam and the Good Friday Agreement

Documentary originally broadcast in 1999.

Skripal

Skripal

Over a month after the Salisbury nerve agent attack, Julia Skripal left hospital yesterday for an undisclosed location. The Russian embassy in London responded by saying it needed "urgent proof" that Julia Skripal was acting of her own free will. Enda Brady of Sky News spoke to Drivetime.

Good Friday

Good Friday

20 Years on from the Signing of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, many of the deal's key architects have been meeting in Belfast. Bertie Ahern, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and George Mitchell met with local political leaders, past and present. RTÉ Northern Editor Tommie Gorman spoke to the programme.

Queuing For Homes

Queuing For Homes

Since 6am yesterday morning, a group of would-be house buyers have been queuing in the rain in a bid to put a deposit on a home in a new development near Clonsilla. The three and four bedroomed houses go on sale on Friday. Our reporter John Cooke had this report.

Disclosures Tribunal

Disclosures Tribunal

the Disclosures Tribunal which has heard of text communication between former Secretary General of the Department of Justice, Brian Purcell and former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan. Our reporter Sinead Morris had the latest from Dublin Castle.

Gerry Adams

Gerry Adams

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. Many of the key architects of the agreement, including Senator George Mitchell, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and former Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams are meeting this afternoon at Queen's University. Gerry Adams spoke to the programme.

Abortion stories #7 Pat

Abortion stories #7 Pat

Pat's partner had an abortion and didn't tell him until after the procedure

Politics

Politics

Barry Lenihan reports on Fianna Fail shakiness over the Confidence and Supply Deal; whilst Kevin Doyle of the Irish Independent says Leo Varadkar is looking for people to rate his ministers.

Programme Highlights

Olivia O'Leary

In her weekly political column, Olivia O'Leary asks why Ireland doesn't have a big, ultra nationalist, anti immigrant party.

PrinterGate

Philip Boucher-Hayes gets a guided tour of a Komori printer similar to the one at the centre of the Dail controversy.

Tom Clonan

Tom Clonan, security analyst, talks to Mary his experiences of being a whistleblower in the Irish army.

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