This Week (RTE)
Internet Privacy and the SAFE HARBOUR deal10/04/15
Dutch MEP Sophie in 't Veld on campaigning for internet privacy and discusses the SAFE HARBOUR deal
The H2B Visa: The hidden restrictions
James Mahon reports on the difficulties encountered by a group of Irish workers using one of the lesser known US work permits, the H2B Visa
The latest on the Yemeni conflict
Journalist Iona Craig on the competing factions in Yemen
Iran's regional influence
Journalist Maziar Bashari discusses the pace of change within Iran and the country's regional policy
Discussion on building standards in the wake of the...
RIAI president Robin Mandall discusses the latest on Longboat Quay apartments
Garda disciplinary action
RTÉ’s John Burke explains the background surrounding alleged wrongdoing by a senior Garda, and his suspended disciplinary review
TUSLA’s warning to the Government
TUSLA chief executive Gorden Jeyes discusses the contents of an unpublished document to Cabinet seen by this programme, in which they warn the Government about serious risks to children
The latest on the MSF Hospital bombing
Journalist Sune Engel Rasmussen speaks to us from Afghanistan on the latest on the MSF run hospital that was bombed on Saturday
France launches airstrikes is Syria against IS
The London Independent's Patrick Cockburn speaks to us from Syria, where France has launched airstrikes against the Islamic State.
Calls for Sepp Blatter to step down from FIFA
Michael Hershman, the founder of Transparency International and a former member of the Independent body set up to scrutinise FIFA, on the ongoing controversy in the world’s football body.
Concerns about child protection guidelines
Chairperson of the Irish Association of Social Workers Donal O’Malley discusses the Department of Children’s risk assessment of Children First, released to This Week under FOI.
Adoption issues with Russia
Another setback for the Irish couples hoping to adopt children from Russia.
Minister responds to criticism over garda car journey from...
European Affairs Minister Dara Murphy on getting an early morning lift from Cork to Dublin Airport from the Gardai after his car broke down.
Major climate change conference to take place in Paris...
Maros Sefcovic, Vice President of the European Commission with Responsibility for Energy Union, joins us to discuss how individual countries target submissions for tackling climate change.
United States and Russia may agree on the creation of no...
Hamish De Bretten Gordon discusses the need to create safe zones for civilians in Syria.
Childcare costs expected to be a big issue in the budget...
Diarmaid Fleming reports on Ireland’s childcare crisis and Labour TD Joanna Tuffy joins us in studio.
Opinion polls indicate a tight race between Syriza and New...
Europe editor Tony Connlly reports on Greece’s fifth general election in six years.
Independent comission to report on all paramilitary...
Denis Bradley,former vice chairman of the North’s policing board, discusses this latest formula for dealing with the issue of paramilitaries.
Chatham House’s Nikolai Kozhanov analyses the Russian military presence in Syria
Marie Collins Reaction
Marie Collins gives her reaction to the controversy.
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