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50th anniversary celebration of the Sound of Music03/27/15
Eleanor Mannion reports on how this year marks the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music and this weekend its star Julie Andrews will be in Dublin
Taoiseach visits Ballymurphy where 11 civilians were shot in 1971
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports on the Taoiseach's visit to Ballymurphy in West Belfast, where 11 civilians, were shot dead by British soldiers during a 3 day period in 1971
First Irish Conference on mobile journalism
Sinead Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent reports on the first Irish conference on mobile journalism, which is taking place today at the Convention Centre in Dublin
Trial of Irish teenager in Egypt due to start this weekend
John Kilraine, Dublin Correspondent reports on how the family of Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa, who's trial in Egypt is due to start this weekend, is calling on the Irish Government to press for his immediate release
EirGrid : strategy for development of transmission grid
Eddie Farrell, Joint Chairman of the Moy Valley Protection Group, on the news that Eirgrid has published a new consulation paper on its strategy for the development of Ireland's transmission grid, the Grid25 programme
Closing arguments begin in Ian Bailey's High Court case
Vivienne Traynor, Courts Reporter on how the jury in Ian Bailey's High Court action for damages against the Gardai and the State has begun hearing closing arguments
Implications for the aviation industry following French Alps crash
Eamon Brennan, CEO of the Irish Aviation Authority on the implications for the aviation industry in Europe of the French Alps plane crash, which killed all 150 people onboard
More details emerge about co-pilot in French Alps crash
Journalist Allan Hall reports from the west German town of Montebar, as more details emerge of mental health issues reportedly suffered by the German co-pilot, Andries Lubitz, who's believed to have deliberately crashed a passenger plane in the French...
Westmeath disability centre criticised - HIQA
Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent and Paddy Connolly, CEO of Inclusion Ireland on the report by the Health Information and Quality Authority which criticised many aspects of the running of St Peter's Centre in Castlepollard, in County Westmeath,...
Legal action in Belfast over gay marriage cake
Mark Simpson, reporter with BBC Northern Ireland on the opening of the case in the High Court in Belfast, against Ashers Bakery, which refused to make a cake bearing a pro-gay marriage slogan
Man shot dead in Dublin
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent on the fatal shooting of a man in Drumcondra in Dublin, another man was seriously injured
"Co-pilot wanted to destroy plane" : Marseille Prosecutor
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor reports on the latest into the crash of the Germanwings passenger aircraft in the French Alps, in which 150 people were killed when the Airbus struck the mountain range on Tuesday, also people in Dublin pay their respects...
Roddy Doyle’s Barrytown trilogy chosen for One City, One Book
Jane Alger, Director of Dublin City Libraries, explains the selection of Roddy Doyle’s Barrytown trilogy for the Dublin: One City, One Book initiative.
Mother discusses double mastectomy to prevent cancer
Angelina Jolie this week revealed she has had her ovaries removed - two years after her double mastectomy to prevent the onset of cancer. 36-year-old mother of two Francis Cahill discusses her experience of having the preventive surgery for the so...
Reports Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked by BBC
Media commentator Steve Hewlett discusses reports that the BBC has sacked Jeremy Clarkson as Top Gear presenter, after an investigation found he did assault a producer in a row over steak and chips.
RTÉ appears before Oireachtas Committee
Conor McMorrow reports as representatives from RTÉ appear before the Oireachtas Transport & Communications Committee. They are meeting the committee to discuss governance at the broadcaster, as well as the policies and procedures in place to prevent...
Fall in property prices recorded for second consecutive month
RTÉ Business Editor David Murphy assesses figures from the Central Statistics Office showing a decline last month in house prices for certain categories.
Students from German school among Germanwings crash victims
RTÉ Europe Correspondent Tony Connolly reports from the scene in the French Alps where the Germanwings plane crashed yesterday, while Director of Studies at the Joseph-Koenig secondary school in the German town of Haltern, Dietmar Bienert, discusses...
Judge in Dwyer trial makes further remarks to jury
RTÉ Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports from the Central Criminal Court where Mr Justice Tony Hunt has been making further and perhaps unexpected remarks to the jury in the trial of Graham Dwyer for the murder of Elaine O'Hara.
An unusual request for 5 Rathfarnham based firefighters
Firefighter and paramedic Brian Tracey on delivering a baby at the firestation
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