This Week (RTE)
Debate on how Ireland can meet its clean energy...07/26/15
We hear from John Mullins of Amarenco, which is planning to build large scale solar energy power installations here, and Anthony White of consultants BW Energy, who has proposed the conversion of Moneypoint Power Station. We also speak to Brian...
Discussion on Turkey’s military attacks
We speak to Wladimir Van Wilgenberg, an analyst with the Washington DC Jamestown Foundation based in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil, about the Turkish military attacks on the so-called Islamic State positions in Northern Syria and the PKK in...
The leadership race in the UK’s Labour Party
The political editor of The Financial Times, George Parker, gives us an analysis of the UK’s Labour Party leadership race.
Ervia boss discusses Irish Water
Following another busy week for Irish Water, we speak to Ervia's chief executive, Michael McNicholas.
Analysis of the Banking Inquiry
The chairman of the Banking Inquiry, Ciarán Lynch TD (Lab), discusses this week’s events and what to expect next week.
Refugees in Greece
William Spindler, Senior Communications Officer, UNHCR discusses how Greece has become the main focal point of refugees trying to reach Europe.
A major international criminal case involving the illegal smuggling of military and defence products from legitimate suppliers in the USA for use by Russia involved in Shell companies. John Burke reports.
Ingrid Miley is joined by Economist Michael Taft of the Unite Trade Union and Adrian Cummins Chief Executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland to discuss the potential rise in the minimum wage.
Child Protection Services
Tusla Chief Executive Gordon Jeyes , Fianna Fail spokesman on children Robert Troy and independent Senator Jillian Van Turnhout about a review of child protection services obtained by this programme which has found that vulnerable children are being...
The latest on Ibrahim Halawa’s case in Egypt
Barrister Caoilfhionn Gallagher, who is on the team working on Ibrahim Halawa’s case, gives us the latest on his situation in Egypt.
Reaction to reports on the future of IAG’s Aer Lingus...
Labour TD Michael McNamara discusses the reports of IAG having to give up slots in London.
Analysis from Germany
Dr Michael Fuchs, who is the Deputy parliamentary party leader of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union, gives us the political view from Germany.
Syriza’s stance on the Greek bailout deal
Syriza MEP Stelios Kouloglou discusses the Greek bailout deal.
How will the European leaders address the Greek financial...
Economist Colm McCarthy analyses the Greek financial crisis.
The latest from Greece
RTÉ’s Economics Correspondent Sean Whelan speaks to us from Athens.
The impact of the Eurozone leaders’ meeting on Ireland
The Minister of State with responsibility for European Affairs, Dara Murphy, speaks to us ahead of his travels to Brussels, where the Taoiseach Enda Kenny is also travelling to for the meeting with Eurozone leaders this afternoon.
Can a crucial deal be cut with Greece?
RTÉ’s Paul Cunningham gives us the latest from Brussels.
Ekathermani Editor Nick Malkoutsis and David Murphy business editor live from Greece.
The Irish Human Rights Commission Chief Emily Logan discusses asylum seekers and direct provision, including the implementation of a new report on reforming the system.
Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald joins us to discuss NAMA, migration, direct provision, crime statistics and terrorisim.
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