This Week (RTE)
Sierra Leone in lockdown over Ebola03/29/15
On the last of a three-day curfew in west African coutnries to keep the outbreak of Ebola under control, we speak to Fiona McLysaght - Concern's country director in Sierra Leone
TTIP - who will gain from it?
We speak to EU's Trade Commissioner, Cecelia Malmstrom; Eddie Downey, IFA President; Pat Ivory, Director of TRADE Affairs at IBEC; Tom Healy, Director of the Nevin Economic Research Institute
Govt task force considering garda access to PPS numbers
RTÉ's John Burke reports on an interdepartmental group considering giving unprecedented access to gardaí of PPS numbers of more than two million road users
Jobs loses due to govt drugs pricing policy
The pharmaceutical industry claims that 500 jobs have been lost in the last five years due to the government's drugs pricing policy. We speak to Oliver O'Connor of the Irish Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association
What do Israel's election results mean for relations with the USA
Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington speaks to us about the heightened tensions between Jerusalem and Washington.
Growth of the Islamic State
Aymenn Al Tamimi is an expert on militant Islamicist groups with the Middle East Forum and has been telling us about the growth of the IS franchise following the recent suicide bomb attacks in Yemen.
Fianna Fáil's Sean Fleming Live in Studio
We are joined live in studio by Fianna Fáail's Sean Fleming, who is on the Public Accounts Committee and will be one of those questioning why consultants may have been appointed to carry out inquiries without being made to go through a tender process.
Public Acounts Committee seeks explanation from the HSE
RTE News has seen documents around a forthcoming Public Accounts Committee investigation into the use of external consultants by the Health Service Executive. Michael Lehane of our political staff has been giving the background.
MEP Brian Hayes gives Europe's perspective
Fine Gael Member of the European Parliament, Brian Hayes, gives us his analysis of Greece's negotiation.
Further Austerity for Greece
Earlier we spoke to Professor of Political Economy at Kings College London, Aris Trantidis about Greece's negotiations in Europe.
Renua's Lucinda Creighton
Renua leader Lucinda Creighton gives her reaction to the meetings between the former Minister Phil Hogan and key Irish Water players.
No records of Irish Water Meetings
Our reporter John Burke joins us in studio with the details on the lack of records for multiple meetings between former Environment Minister Phil Hogan and key players in Irish Water
The Israeli elections
The Times of Israel’s political correspondent Haviv Gur discusses the upcoming elections in Israel.
Syria: four years on
Bassam Barabandi, a former Syrian diplomat who is now an opposition activist, reflects on the evolution of the crisis in his country over the last four years.
Syria: the situation for aid agencies
Jane-Ann McKenna of Médecins Sans Frontières discusses the situation for aid agencies in Syria, four years after the conflict and war began.
Analysis of a 2008 PwC report
The Sunday Business Post’s Tom Lyons discusses the hitherto unseen 2008 PwC report into balance sheet risk inside the domestic banks used by the then Taoiseach Brian Cowen to justify the bank guarantee.
Sinn Féin's reaction to the allegations and Stormont crisis talks
Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister, Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, discusses the allegations and talks with the DUP in Stormont.
Alleged rape of Paudie McGahon
RTÉ’s John Burke reports on the allegations made by Paudie McGahon.
Barriers facing women in politics
On International Women's Day, RTÉ's Carole Coleman reports on genda quotas and barriers facing women pursuing careers in politics.
50 years on from Selma's Bloody Sunday
RTÉ Washington Correspondent Caitriona Perry speaks to Lynda Blackmon Lowery, one of the youngest people who took part in a demonstration in 1965 where 600 unarmed African-American demonstrators were beaten and tear-gassed by Alabama State Troopers
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