Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Thursday 14 November 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Eve Farrelly, Executive Director of CARI, talks to Mary about a new initiative to provide children with assistance dogs when giving evidence in Irish criminal court cases.
Philip Boucher Hayes speaks to Alison McArdle, owner of Cupán tae, and Peter Thorne, climatologist and professor of physical geography in the Department of Geography, Maynooth University, about climate change and flooding.
Noeline Blackwell, CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre, talks to Mary about the sentencing of Brendan Doolin for his harassment campaign of six female journalists.
Drivetime's John Cooke reports on the HSE's winter plan and he speaks to people impacted by the shortage of beds in UL and Galway.
Anne Mitchell, farmer, Dr Andrew Crumie, cattle breeder, James Moran, lecturer in GMIT, Peter Thorne, climatologist, and John Tynan, farmer, discuss climate change and farming.
Philip Boucher-Hayes and Lorna Siggins talk to students about climate change.
Philip Boucher Hayes speaks to Matt Smith, Treehome, and Fergal Anderson, Talamh Beo, about reforestation in Ireland.
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