Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Monday 11 November 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Dr. Mary Rose Sweeney, School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health in DCU, talks to Mary about the decline of folic acid in food staples.
Mary Robinson, former President, speaks to Mary about climate change and direct provision.
Lord David Puttnam, British film producer, talks to Mary about RTÉ's financial difficulties and the future of public service broadcasting.
Eunan McKinney, Alcohol Action Ireland, and Patricia Callan, Director of Drinks Ireland, discuss the new rules about the advertising of alcohol.
Thomas Byrne, Fianna Fail Spokesperson on Education, talks to Mary about why Fianna Fáil is not going to discipline Senator Lorraine Clifford-Lee for derogatory remarks she made about Travellers on Twitter.
Sonya Lennon, designer and founder of Dress for Success, speaks to Mary about Ireland's gender pay gap.
Drivetime's Della Kilroy begins her climate change series with an examination of how Kenya is coping with drought.
Psychologist Dr Paul D'Alton finishes his mini series on maintaining health relationships during the pandemic.
Psychologist Dr Paul D'Alton continues his series on love and relationships during the pandemic.
Psychologist Dr Paul D'Alton begins his mini series on the impact stress can have on relationships.
Presenter: Mary Wilson