Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Friday 17 May 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Fr. Stephen Farragher, Director of the service at the Knock Marriage Bureau, speaks to Mary about the closure of the Bureau.
Gary McMahon, the local returning officer for Galway City, talks to Mary about a new freephone service that will assist visually impaired people to vote in the upcoming elections.
Honey Langcaster James, Reality TV psychologist, talks to Mary about the psychological impact of taking part in a reality television show.
In this week's Fake History Myles Dungan asks, did the concept of 'separate but equal' originate with the white minority regime in South Africa?
Dr. Edward Cameron, Climate Change expert, discusses the importance of leadership as we transition to a low carbon world.
Drivetime's Philip Boucher-Hayes retraces the footsteps of the Falcon Blanco's few survivors for clues of the ship's fate.
Tom Donnelly, RTÉ Producer, explores the origins of 'The Troubles'.
Keith Byrne, Irish man facing deportation from the US, and Joe Hohenstein, member of Keith's legal team and Philadelphia State Representative, talk about Keith's legal battle.
Presenter: Mary Wilson