This Week (RTE)
How much can Ireland recover from the banking collapse?12/21/14
PWC Professor of Accounting at UCD, Eamonn Walsh, discusses what figure we could realistically hope to recover from Ireland’s banking collapse.
Report 1: Russia’s side of the story
In the first of two reports, journalist Diarmaid Fleming hears the views from Russia's side of the divide with Ukraine.
USA and Cuba begin to normalise their relations
America's Editor with radio station WLRN-Miami Herald News, Tim Padgett, discusses the surprise move by US President Barack Obama and Cuba President Raúl Castro to begin normalising relations between their countries.
The HSE waiting list figures
The Sunday Business Post’s Health Correspondent Susan Mitchell discusses how the latest official HSE waiting list figures do not reflect the number of patients awaiting diagnostic tests for cancer and heart conditions.
Micheál Martin gives his reaction
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin gives his reaction to the Irish Water report.
Irish Water metering
Our reporter John Burke has details of a confidential memo showing how Bord Gáis told the Government they did not see the need to push ahead with the water metering project prior to customer billing, but the Government insisted they did.
Ongoing fighting in South Sudan
A year on since violence broke out between former Government allies, Peader King reports on the situation in South Sudan
Global multinationals avoiding tax
RTÉ's Europe Editor Tony Connolly reports on the methods of tax avoidance used by global multinationals
CIA torture report
Former senior military interrogator Tony Camerino on why torture does not work, we also get analysis on the reaction of the report from Shane Harris, journalist with The Daily Beast
Abuse in care settings
Following an investigation by RTÉ Investigations Unit into the abuse of vulnerable people in care settings, we ask what can be done next? We speak to a former staff member at Áras Attracta and Fine Gael TD Fergus O'Dowd
US bases in South Korea
Peadar King reports on the impact the construction of a US defence base is having on Jeju in South Korea
Pensions for former Waterford Crystal workers
RTÉ’s South East Correspondent Damien Tiernan reports on a pension deal for former Waterford Crystal workers
Dublin’s homeless crisis
Last September Dublin City Council voted to reduce resources available to them; we speak to Labour’s Cllr Dermot Lacey who voted against the move
The ‘Hooded Men’ case
Thomas Hammarberg, a researcher from Amnesty International who originally dealt with the case, says that his agency is now calling for an independent inquiry into the case Britain
Failed rescue attempt in Yemen
Iona Craig, journalist based in Yemen, speaks to us about the killings of Pierre Korkie and Luke Somers as a result of a failed mission to rescue them from Islamist Fundamentalists
Concern over ambulance services
Managers in the National Ambulance Services raised concerns that they lack the key skills necessary to carry out their work. HIQA CEO Phelim Quinn and Fine Gael Seanad Health spokesman Colm Burke discuss
Savings made by the HSE
The HSE Director General Tony O’Brien discusses their 2015 Service Plan Budget.
Reaction to the Ferguson police officer's resignation
We speak to author of e-book ‘Ferguson in Black and White’ Jeff Smith following the resignation of the white police officer Darren Wilson who shot dead the unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
Revelations of New Beginnings' handling of sensitive customer details
We speak to co-founder of mortgage distress advisor group New Beginnings Ross Maguire following revelations that they passed the names and bank details of over 1,000 customers to an investment fund with which it’s seeking to partner.
Minister Alex White denies that the Government is preparing for the...
Minister for Communications Alex White gives us The Labour Party's view on the next elections.
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