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Drivetime Wednesday 11 November 2020
Sarah McInerney and Cormac Ó hEadhra bring you all the latest news and stories of the day from around the country and beyond.
Lord Gavin Barwell, former Downing Street Chief of Staff to Teresa May, speaks to Sarah about the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Siobhan Byrne Learat, Founder & CEO Adams and Butler, talks to Cormac and Sarah about luxury holidays.
Padraic Cribbin, CEO of the Vintner's Federation of Ireland, Richard Guiney, CEO fo Dublin Town, Alan Kelly, Leader of the Labour Party, discuss the Covid-19 restrictions in the run up to Christmas.
Professor Mary Horgan, consultant in infectious diseases at Cork University Hospital, speaks to Cormac about the distribution of the Covid 19 vaccine in Ireland.
Drivetime's Della Kilroy reports on a report that highlights the causes of suicides of young women in west Dublin.
Cllr. Shane O'Callaghan, Fine Gael Councillor, and Cllr. Kieran McCarthy, Independent Councillor, discuss why a proposal to erect three new statues of male revolutionary heroes on Cork's main street was shot down by city councillors.
Brian O'Connell reports from Cork Penny Dinners on the problems that face the homeless community in Cork at Christmas.
Shany Dror, researcher at ELTE University, talks to Sarah about the Genius Dog Challenge.
Presenters: Sarah McInerney and Cormac O'Eadhra