Monday - Friday, 4.30 - 7pm
Drivetime Wednesday 4 December 2019
Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day
Barry Lenihan reports on the latest twist in the saga around the finances of Mayo GAA; as a wealthy benefactor demands his money is returned.
Drivetime's John Cooke reports on the poor air quality in Ennis.
Drivetime's Della Kilroy meets mothers preparing for Christmas in homeless accommodation.
Father Paddy Byrne, parish priest of Abbeyleix and Raheen, County Laois, and John Williams, Principal of Divine Word Marley Grange Primary School in Rathfarnham in Dublin, discuss the plans to overhaul the teaching of sacraments in Catholic schools.
Myles Dungan questions whether we should be marking the anniversary of the Battle or the Massacre of Sand Creek in this week's Fake History.
Thomas McCann, director of the Traveller Counselling Service, talks to Mary about the impact of inter-family violence in the travelling community.
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