This Week

This Week

Sunday, 1pm

This Week Sunday 21 April 2019

This Week

This Week

A look at events making the news in the past week presented by David McCullagh, Carole Coleman and Justin McCarthy.

Multiple explosions at churches and hotels in Colombo in Sri Lanka

Multiple explosions at churches and hotels in Colombo in Sri Lanka

Ashwin Hemmathagama, a Journalist in Sri Lanka gives the latest update from Sri Lanka and Dr Thamil Ananthavinayagan, Lecturer in international law at Griffith College Dublin on life in Sri Lanka since the end of the civil war in 2009

Investigation continues into murder of Lyra McKee in Derry

Investigation continues into murder of Lyra McKee in Derry

RTÉ's Northern Correspondent Vincent Kearney on the current atmosphere in Derry as well as the latest into the investigation of murdered journalist Lyra McKee; Marisa McGlinchey, Assistant Professor in Political Science at Coventry University on the 'New IRA' and its implications for peace in Northern Ireland

Orange fire warning remains in place as dry weather continues

Orange fire warning remains in place as dry weather continues

Gary Martin, Director of Emergency Services for Donegal County Council on the orange fire warning which remains in place following a gorse fire in Donegal that destroyed two homes

US Immigration policy discussed during Pelosi Congressional delegation visit to Dublin

US Immigration policy discussed during Pelosi Congressional delegation visit to Dublin

RTÉ's Sinéad Morris speaks to James O'Malley, an Immigration Lawyer in the US on the Trump administration's stance on immigration; as well as his recent visit to a detention facility for women and children fleeing violence from across the southern border

National Ambulance Service welcomes Leitrim initiative to put all defibrillators onto an easy to search map

National Ambulance Service welcomes Leitrim initiative to put all defibrillators onto an easy to search map

RTÉ's Carole Coleman speaks to John Martin, who survived a cardiac arrest following the quick action of his community

Climate change activists take to streets in Dublin

Climate change activists take to streets in Dublin

RTÉ's Gill Steadman speaks to those taking part in Dublin's Extinction Rebellion protest in Dublin and Dr Tanya Lokot, Assistant Professor at DCU's School of Communications on the growth of social activism and the rising influence of social media in politics

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