Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Monday 10 June 2019
Katie Hannon presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports on a hushed up Irish expedition to Rockall in 1975
Ian Power, CEO of Crisis Textline Ireland, talks to Katie about the new text service for young people who are feeling suicidal or facing a mental health crisis, Crisis Textline Ireland.
Louise O'Mahony, Head of Sustainable Banking, Banking Payments Federation of Ireland, and Mervyn Taylor, Executive Director of Sage Advocacy, discuss adult safeguarding laws.
Mel Reynolds, Housing Policy Analyst, talks about the negative affect co-living developments will have on the housing market.
Paul D'Alton, associate professor of psychology at UCD and principal clinical psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, talks to Mary about psychological benefit of taking a break.
Eoghan Linehan, PwC, speaks to Mary about the growing world of the 'blue economy'.
In her weekly political column, Olivia O'Leary asks why Ireland doesn't have a big, ultra nationalist, anti immigrant party.
Philip Boucher-Hayes gets a guided tour of a Komori printer similar to the one at the centre of the Dail controversy.
Tom Clonan, security analyst, talks to Mary his experiences of being a whistleblower in the Irish army.
Presenter: Mary Wilson