This Week Sunday 29 June 2014
A look at events making the news in the past week with Colm Ó Mongain and Richard Crowley.
The UK Ambassador to Ireland, Dominick Chilcott, discusses why Britain opposes Jean Claude Juncker to become President of the European Commission.
Former Taoiseach and European Union Ambassador to the United States, John Bruton, offers his view on Britain's stance.
Lawyer David Langwallner is fighting the case of Mark Murku, who is serving an 18 year prison sentence in Crete for crimes in which he and his family say he had no involvement. His appeal on Friday only reduced his sentence by a year.
Soumaya Halawa calls on the Government to do more for her brother Ibrahim, who is imprisoned in Egypt. Meanwhile, Minister Joe Costello, outlines what is being done to help him.
Our reporter Diarmaid Fleming looks at the impact of the recruitment moratorium on mental health services, following reports by The Mental Health Commission and the HSE.
Forensic Psychologist Patrick Randall discusses Jimmy Savile's possible motives.
Middle East expert and former Dutch Ambassador to Iraq, Nikolaos van Dam, assesses the conflict in Baghdad between the Iraqi army and the extremist Islamist group ISIS.
Presenters: Colm Ó Mongáin & Brian Dowling