Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Monday 20 May 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Caitriona Crowe, former head of special projects at the National Archive, discusses the State's proposal to seal the records of the Laffoy/Ryan commission of inquiry.
Pat O'Mahony, Chief Executive, Clinical Research Development Ireland, and Emma Corcoran, a woman who recently undertook a clinical trial, talks about the need for investment in clinical research.
Mary O'Connor, Chief Executive, Federation of Irish Sport and Boidu Sayeh, Westmeath Footballer, originally from Liberia, talk about what can be done to make Sports in Ireland more inclusive.
Barbara Walshe, Chairperson of the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, discusses the visit of Prince Charles Duchess Camilla, to the Glencree Centre.
Drivetime's Della Kilroy speaks to parents who divorced in Ireland about their view of the separation period required to get divorced in Ireland.
Drivetime's Barry Lenihan reports on the pay and expenses that members of the European Parliament (MEP) receive.
Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, speaks to Mary about vaccine hesitancy, a tendency to resist or delay vaccination.
Patricia Rickard Clarke, Safeguarding Ireland Chairperson, talks about why we need tougher laws to tackle the abuse of vulnerable adults.
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