Drivetime Tuesday 21 January 2020

Drivetime

Drivetime

Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

Seven arrested in £215m Northern Ireland money laundering investigation

Seven arrested in £215m Northern Ireland money laundering investigation

Tommie Gorman, RTÉ Northern Editor, discusses the money laundering investigation.

Kildare North Consistency Profile

Kildare North Consistency Profile

Philip Boucher-Hayes and Barry Lenihan, profiles Kidare North.

Titanic to be treated with 'sensitivity and respect' following agreement

Titanic to be treated with 'sensitivity and respect' following agreement

Senan Molony, Titanic author and documentary maker discusses the news the wreck of the Titanic will be treated with "sensitivity and respect" following a "momentous" international agreement .

Greta tells Davos 'nothing done' to fight climate change

Greta tells Davos 'nothing done' to fight climate change

Ryan Heath, Senior Editor at Politico, discusses the conference.

ERU 'short-staffed' - GRA

ERU 'short-staffed' - GRA

Jim O'Callaghan, Fianna Fail Justice Spokesperson, discusses the ERU.

Voting on a Saturday

Voting on a Saturday

Claire McGing, researcher at Social Science Institute at Maynooth University, discusses the first Saturday General Election vote since 1918.

Kildare North Debate

Kildare North Debate

Philip Boucher Hayes hosts a debate with James Lawless, Fianna Fáil, Emmet Stagg, Labour, Catharine Murphy, Social Democrats, Vincent Murphy, Green Party, Réada Cronin, Sinn Féin, Antony Lawlor, Fine Gael

Man who was labelled with homophobic slur awarded €27,000 at WRC

Man who was labelled with homophobic slur awarded €27,000 at WRC

David Joyce, Equality Officer, Irish Congress of Trade Unions, discusses Homophobia in the work place.

Extreme Storms

Extreme Storms

Dr Gerard McCarthy, Irish Climate Analysis and Research Unit, Department of Geography, Maynooth, discusses how Extreme storms could become a more frequent aspect of weather patterns in Ireland.

Scones

Scones

Fionnuala Close, Dietary Health Lead at the Food Safety Authority of Northern Ireland, discusses how bakers across Northern Ireland are being sent guidance on how to make healthier scones.

Election Round-up

Election Round-up

Fergal Keane looks at the news from the General Election.

Harris says gardaí have necessary firearms capacity

Harris says gardaí have necessary firearms capacity

Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, discusses Garda Commissioner Drew Harris' leter.

100-year-old pony tail goes on display at National Museum

100-year-old pony tail goes on display at National Museum

Linda Connolly, Professor of Sociology and director of the Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute, discusses the new exhibit at the National Museum.

Programme Highlights

Three simple steps to help calm the mind

Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, provides three simple steps to help calm the mind during stressful periods.

Finding it hard to sleep?

Paul D'Alton, Associate Professor of Psychology at UCD and Principal Clinical Psychologist at St Vincent's University Hospital, provides tips for people who are struggling to sleep.

Olivia O'Leary Column

In her column Olivia O'Leary looks at how we respond to strange times.

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