This Week (RTE)
Journalist Craig Unger discusses the evolution of US-Saudi relations under Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah.
Japan’s reaction to the latest IS hostage killing
Irish Times journalist David McNeill speaks to us from Tokyo about the reaction to the killing of a Japanese national by the Islamic State militants.
Syriza Party discusses the Greek elections
Giorgos Karatsiabanis of Syriza's European policy Department tells us his message to Europe and the consequences would be if Syriza didn't get its way.
The Greek elections: what’s in store?
RTÉ’s Europe Editor Tony Connelly discusses the Greek elections.
Party Leader Interview: Joan Burton
Labour Party leader and Tánaiste Joan Burton joins us for the third of our annual series of party leader interviews.
Analysis of the Government’s share in Aer Lingus
Aviation business analyst and Davy stockbrockers Stephen Furlong discusses the possible sale of the Government’s share in Aer Lingus.
The rise of the Boko Haram
We speak to Atta Barkindo from the School of African and Oriental Studies in London, about the rise of the Islamic militant group following its latest attacks in Nigeria
Al Queda in the Arabian Peninsula: Profile
Yemen-based journalist Iona Craig on claims by the Al Queda in the Arabian Peninsula that they were responsible for the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo office
Garda questioned about drugs related activity
RTÉ's Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports the latest on a female garda who was arrested as part of an investigation into a criminal gang in the northwest
Concern about Job Clubs scheme
RTÉ's John Burke reports on an internal audit which gives details on Job Bridge interns delivering unsupervised training to the unemployed
Party Leader Interview: Gerry Adams
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams joins us for the second of you annual series of party leader interviews
Varadkar will not be in politics at 51
RTÉ's Political Correspondent David Davin-Power reports on the health minister's revelations about his political and personal life
Artist Lars Vilks on artistic freedom
Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who gained fame for his depiction of the prophet Muhammad, discusses artistic freedom, isolation and life under threat.
Analysis of the attacks in France
Former counterterrorism magistrate Jean-Louis Bruguiere discsusses whether future atrocities can be prevented by security services in France.
Anti-terror march in Paris
RTÉ’s Richard Downes joins us from Paris, where world leaders are gathered with over a million people to commemorate those killed in this week’s attacks.
Party Leader Interview: Micheál Martin
Fianna Fáil's Micheál Martin joins us for the first of our annual series of party leader interviews.
Exclusive audio from the Anglo Irish Bank bankruptcy hearing
We hear exclusive audio recordings of David and Lorraine Drumm answering questions in court during the bankruptcy hearing last summer, and an analysis from RTÉ’s Washington Correspondent Caitriona Perry and Business Editor David Murphy.
The continuing threat of Ebola
Concerns International’s Alistair Short, who is based in West Africa, gives his assessment on the deadly disease
An assessment of IS
Richard Barrett, senior Vice-President of the Soufan Group and formally of Britains MI5 and MI6, on the threat of the Islamic State militants
World Food Programme estimates gap in food funding
Greg Barrow, Director of the World Food Programme in London, on the costs associated with providing food to refugees and displaced people as a result of the conflict in Syria
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