Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Monday 21 October 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Stella O'Malley, psychotherapist, talks to Mary about Fine Gael Senator Jerry Buttimer's call for parenting classes to be made mandatory for the parents of youth offenders.
Drivetime's John Cooke reports on local opposition to the new direct provision centre in Ballinamore.
Stephen Donnelly, Fianna Fáil Health Spokesperson, speaks to Mary about the resignation of the state's chief procurement officer from the development board of the new children's hospital board.
Drivetime's Philip Boucher Hayes reports on oppostion to a proposed new gas terminal in the Shannon Estuary.
John McCartin, Director of Quinn Industrial Holdings, talks to Mary about letters that five executives from Quinn Industrial Holdings received from the Gardaí notifing them of credible threats that have been made to their lives.
Lorna Siggins reports from Gort where the town are rallying around a Syrian family whose relatives were killed in an air strike on the Syrian Turkish border town of Ras - Al Ayn.
Ciaran Charles, Harry Dunn's stepbrother, speaks to Mary about Harry's death their families' call for justice.
Pauline McDonagh, Regional Waste Prevention Officer for the Southern Area, and Dr. Paul Deane, Research Fellow in MaREI Centre, discuss how to live a greener lifestyle.
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