Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Tuesday 22 October 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Helen Downes, CEO of Shannon Chamber of Commerce, talks to Mary about the loss of 500 jobs in Shannon as Molex announces closure.
Averil Power, CEO of Irish Cancer Society and Joe Dunne, Spokesperson for Vape Business Ireland, discuss the new legislation on the sale of electronic cigarettes.
Stephen Teap and Vicky Phelan give their reaction to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's apology to the victims of the CervicalCheck scandal.
Dorothy Walsh, solicitor of Monika Nawrat, speaks to Mary about the investigation into the death of Monika Nawrat, a women who died in the Dochas women's prison.
Drivetime's John Cooke speaks to locals and tourists after Galway was named the world's fourth Best City to visit according to the Lonely Plant Guide.
Dr. Kieran O'Sullivan, senior lecturer in physiotherapy School of Allied Health in University of Limerick, talks to Mary about a new study on back pain treatments.
Julien Mercille, UCD Geography department academic, speaks to Mary about the increased numbers of private hospital beds in Ireland.
Aileen Malone, mother of the late Dara Quigley, and Elizabeth Farries, Information and privacy rights programme manager from the ICCL, discuss why they are calling for a change in the laws around online privacy laws.
In her column this week, Olivia O'Leary reflects on the master of the stage, Gay Byrne.
Peter Sherrard, CEO of Olympic Federation of Ireland, speaks to Mary about the ticket allocation process for the 2020 Olympics games in Tokyo.
Presenter: Mary Wilson