News, sport, business and interviews with Bryan Dobson. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
Supreme Court rules judicial appointments bill is constitutional
Analysis from Professor of Law with Trinity College Oran Doyle.
08/12/2023 • 3 minutes 23 seconds
Cop28 most important summit ever - Mary Robinson
Mary Robinson was speaking to reporters at Cop28.
08/12/2023 • 1 minute 45 seconds
HSE urges 'extreme caution' after eight non-fatal overdoses in Cork
We've been speaking to Professor Eamon Keenan, HSE national clinical lead in addiction services.
08/12/2023 • 5 minutes 51 seconds
Hundreds line route for Shane MacGowan funeral
Our reporter Carole Coleman was on the streets of Dublin where hundreds lined the route of the funeral of singer Shane McGowan and our Mid-West Correspondent Cathy Halloran reports from Tipperary where his funeral mass will take place.
08/12/2023 • 7 minutes 32 seconds
Nenagh prepares for funeral of singer Shane McGowan
Our reporter Cian McCormack has been talking to people in Nenagh where singer Shane McGowan's funeral will take place.
08/12/2023 • 1 minute 55 seconds
Insurance industry rejects claims customers being 'gouged'
We talk to CEO of Insurance Ireland Moyagh Murdock .
08/12/2023 • 8 minutes 4 seconds
New concerns raised over Sellafield leaks
We're joined by Anna Isaac, of Guardian investigation team which looked at safety and culture at nuclear plant
07/12/2023 • 2 minutes 55 seconds
People with disabilities may be missing health screenings
Disability advocate Tomás Murphy reacts to findings that many with disabilities may be missing cancer screenings
07/12/2023 • 3 minutes 13 seconds
Delivering 3-bed semi averages €397,000 - report
Conor O’Connell, Director, Irish Home Builders Association reacts to the price of building homes
07/12/2023 • 6 minutes 2 seconds
Tánaiste seeks to identify those behind false ads, court told
Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports on Micheál Martin's legal action against Google
07/12/2023 • 3 minutes 6 seconds
CAO changes could attract NI students
University of Galway Deputy President Professor Pól Ó Dochartaigh says new system would offer a fairer system
07/12/2023 • 4 minutes 39 seconds
McEntee never claimed to have fast-tracked garda training, committee told
Tommy Meskill reports from the Oireachtas Justice committee
07/12/2023 • 4 minutes 10 seconds
Domestic abuse complaints up 8% - Gardaí
Detective Chief Superintendent Colm Noonan, says there is positive change in how society views and gender, sexual and domestic based violence
07/12/2023 • 6 minutes 11 seconds
Dáil hears calls for the State to regulate migration into Ireland
Juliette Gash from our Oireachtas unit has been following proceedings
06/12/2023 • 2 minutes 44 seconds
Live crib opens in Dublin after last year's hiatus
Our Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh speaks to those who came to view the animals.
06/12/2023 • 1 minute 13 seconds
NI prosecutors: no charges against 16 people following Stakeknife investigation
Our Northern Editor, Vincent Kearney brings us the detail
06/12/2023 • 4 minutes 27 seconds
Boris Johnson says sorry for loss of life during pandemic
We speak to Peter Cardwell from Talk TV
06/12/2023 • 6 minutes 47 seconds
No other family should suffer as they have
We speak to the mother of a young girl who died last year from invasive Strep A
06/12/2023 • 7 minutes 8 seconds
Families of 900 long-term missing persons gather to mark National Missing Persons' Day
We get the latest from our reporter Laura Fletcher
06/12/2023 • 3 minutes 24 seconds
Social media giants to appear before the Oireachtas Media Committee
Our Work & Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan
06/12/2023 • 3 minutes 33 seconds
SoftBank to invest €473m in Irish tech firm Cubic Telecom
We talk to Shane Sorohan, Chief Operations Officer at Cubic Telecom.
05/12/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
Referendums on family and care to be held in March 2024
Our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane reports.
05/12/2023 • 6 minutes 45 seconds
SMEs eligible for tiered grants under budget business support measures
Enterprise Minister Simon Coveney on the details of the Increased Cost of Business Scheme which were announced today.
05/12/2023 • 8 minutes 44 seconds
Irish teens outperform peers in literacy - OECD tests
We talk to Dr Brenda Donohue Research associate the Education Reseach Centre who conducted this research on behalf of the OECD.
05/12/2023 • 3 minutes 31 seconds
Paramilitary groups still active in NI communities - Report
We talk to IRC commissioner Monica McWilliams.
05/12/2023 • 5 minutes 37 seconds
Route of MacGowan's Dublin funeral procession confirmed
Samantha Libreri reports.
05/12/2023 • 2 minutes 14 seconds
04/12/2023 • 4 minutes 22 seconds
Spotify to lay off around 1,500 employees globally
Our Work and Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan brings us the details
04/12/2023 • 2 minutes 55 seconds
Khan Younis, the new focus of Israeli attacks
We speak to Dr Ahmed El Mokhallalati, an Irish Palestinian surgeon who is now in the European Hospital in Khan Younis in southern Gaza.
04/12/2023 • 5 minutes 52 seconds
Ireland's plan for wind and solar energy thrown into doubt after new report
We hear from Kevin Lynch, Co-Founder and CEO of Source Galileo
04/12/2023 • 5 minutes 32 seconds
Ireland can no longer accommodate all seeking asylum, Dept confirms
We hear from Louisa Santoro, CEO of the Mendicity Institution in Dublin, and speak to Enda O'Neill, Head of Office, UNHCR Ireland
04/12/2023 • 6 minutes 13 seconds
GAAGO to stream three of Cork's games in Munster SHC
Our Gaelic Games Correspondent Marty Morrissey brings us the latest.
04/12/2023 • 3 minutes 59 seconds
Suspected arson attack at former Wexford hotel condemned
We talk to Bernie Mullen of Rosslare Harbour Concerned Residents.
01/12/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
Shane McGowan: London Irish Centre hosts "Songs for Shane" celebration
We talk to the Creative Director at the Centre Gary Dunne, on the special celebration of Shane McGowan's life and music.
01/12/2023 • 4 minutes 25 seconds
Ireland to contribute to climate finance at COP28 negotiations
Analysis from John Sweeney Climatologist and Emeritus Professor of Geography at Maynooth University.
01/12/2023 • 5 minutes 34 seconds
Initiative to see thousands of trees planted in Darndale
We talk to Dr Jack Nolan, Chairperson of the Darndale Together Implementation Oversight Group.
01/12/2023 • 3 minutes 35 seconds
Fighting resumes after Israel-Hamas truce expires
We talk to Channel 4's Foreign Affairs Correspondent Paraic O'Brien in Jerusalem.
01/12/2023 • 5 minutes 23 seconds
Sinn Féin to table no-confidence motion in McEntee
Our Political Reporter Tommy Meskill reports.
01/12/2023 • 3 minutes 27 seconds
Grants for residential solar panels to be cut from January
Reaction from Ronan Power, CEO of Pinergy Solar Electric and Board member of Irish Solar Energy Association.
01/12/2023 • 3 minutes 14 seconds
Clannad's Moya Brennan pays tribute to 'gamechanger' of Irish music
Moya Brennan reflects on the songs and performances of Shane McGowan and the Pogues.
30/11/2023 • 4 minutes 51 seconds
Shane McGowan: Gifted songwriter and truly unique singer
Musician and presenter Phillip King pays tribute to the unique talent of Shane McGowan.
30/11/2023 • 5 minutes 19 seconds
Pogues frontman and songwriter Shane MacGowan dies aged 65
Our reporter Fergal O'Brien looks back on the life and works of Shane McGowan.
30/11/2023 • 2 minutes 26 seconds
Pair plead not guilty over Michaela McAreavey song
Conor Macauley, Northern Correspondent reports
29/11/2023 • 2 minutes 19 seconds
Annual rate of inflation slows to 2.3% - flash reading
Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent looks at the figures for us
29/11/2023 • 5 minutes 2 seconds
WHO warn more people cld die from disease in Gaza than from conflict
Margaret Harris, Spokesperson for the World Health Organisation
29/11/2023 • 3 minutes 54 seconds
'illegal checkpoints' set up in Co Leitrim village
Marian Harkin, Independent TD from Sligo-Leitrim speaks to us
29/11/2023 • 5 minutes 28 seconds
Garda Commissioner says order was 'fully restored' in Dublin on Thursday at 11:30pm
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent outlines what the Garda Commissioner will say to Justice Committee, in relation to the timeline of events in Dublin city centre last Thursday
29/11/2023 • 7 minutes 59 seconds
Challenge of managing prison population has increased: Irish Prison Service
Saoirse Brady, Irish Penal Reform Trust Executive Director gives us their reaction to the strategy document released by the Irish Prison Service today
29/11/2023 • 3 minutes 28 seconds
Double the number of curlew chicks fledged into the wild in 2023
Dr Barry O’Donoghue, of the National Parks and Wildlife Service who led the programme
28/11/2023 • 3 minutes 45 seconds
Ironman triathlon event in Youghal will not go ahead in 2024
Our reporter Jennie O'Sullivan has more
28/11/2023 • 3 minutes 31 seconds
Farm incomes drop steeply in 2023 compared with 2022
We hear from Trevor Donnellan Teagasc Head of Economics
28/11/2023 • 5 minutes 30 seconds
Minister McEntee seeks clarity from Policing Authority on use of force by Gardai in riot situations
We speak to Brendan O'Connor, President of the Garda Representative Association
28/11/2023 • 6 minutes 44 seconds
Michael Watt: PSNI to investigate former neurologist
Our Northern Correspondent Conor Macauley explains the investigation
28/11/2023 • 5 minutes 30 seconds
Rescuers reach trapped Indian tunnel workers
We get the latest Sanjay Jha, ITV News Journalist in New Dehli
28/11/2023 • 3 minutes 12 seconds
"many threats come from animals to humans.." Prof Mary Horgan
Professor Mary Horgan, Professor of Infectious Diseases at UCD & The Mater
27/11/2023 • 4 minutes 56 seconds
Children's Minister reacts to events in Dublin last Thursday
Roderic O'Gorman, Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration & Youth
27/11/2023 • 13 minutes 27 seconds
Israel, Hamas raise concerns over hostage release lists
Fran McNulty reports from Tel Aviv on the latest on the middle east conflict
27/11/2023 • 5 minutes 4 seconds
Workers gathering in solidarity after Dublin violence
Laura Fletcher reports from outside the GPO in O'Connell St where workers gathered this lunchtime following events last Thursday
27/11/2023 • 2 minutes 14 seconds
"It's all very strange..some sort of sliding door reality.." Author Paul Lynch on his Booker win
Author Paul Lynch gives us his reaction to winning the 2023 Booker Prize
27/11/2023 • 5 minutes 13 seconds
City hospitals respond to incident and return to normal after disturbances
The Master of the Rotunda Professor Sean Daly has been telling me how staff from the hospital ran to assist the stab victims.
24/11/2023 • 3 minutes 52 seconds
City restaurants and businesses hold emergency meeting following riots
We talk to Adrian Cummins Chief Executive, of the Restaurants Association of Ireland.
24/11/2023 • 2 minutes 31 seconds
Ceasefire takes hold in Gaza ahead of hostage release
Our correspondent Fran McNulty reports from Israel.
24/11/2023 • 2 minutes 30 seconds
Groups express concern over 'small faction' inciting anti-immigrant sentiment
We talk to anti-racism campaigner and People Before Profit local election candidate Darragh Adelaide.
24/11/2023 • 5 minutes 43 seconds
Stabbed girl remains in critical condition as Gardaí increase presence after city centre riots
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
24/11/2023 • 6 minutes 9 seconds
Businesses reopen as estimated cost of riots in 'tens of millions of euro'
Our reporter Cian McCormack reports from O’Connell Street where he spoke to residents, businesses and Derek Kelly Executive manager for Environment with Dublin City Council.
24/11/2023 • 9 minutes 1 second
PSNI withholds intelligence information from Brown inquest
We speak to the solicitor for the family of Sean Brown, Niall Murphy from KRW Law in Belfast.
23/11/2023 • 5 minutes 24 seconds
Cost of borrowing likely to remain high for "some time" - Central Bank Governor
We talk to the Governor of the Central Bank, Gabriel Makhlouf on the publication of the bank's Financial Stability Review today.
23/11/2023 • 9 minutes 7 seconds
Commissioner in Dublin for nitrate derogation talks
We get the latest from out Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh.
23/11/2023 • 3 minutes 48 seconds
Study finds hole in ozone layer above the Antarctic has been growing in size
Professor Marcel Jansen of the Environmental Research Institute at University College Cork.
23/11/2023 • 3 minutes 35 seconds
Concerns raised over emergency care arrangements following Tusla review
We talk to Terry Dignan, Chair of the Children's Residential and Aftercare Voluntary Association.
23/11/2023 • 4 minutes 34 seconds
Far-right's Wilders seeks to form Dutch govt after shock election win
Anna Holligan, BBC correspondent in Amsterdam, brings us the latest.
23/11/2023 • 3 minutes 25 seconds
Sport Ireland satisfied with child protection following jailing of swimming coach
We talk to Dr. Una May, Chief Executive Officer of Sport Ireland.
22/11/2023 • 5 minutes 55 seconds
Flight attendant's action against Dolores O'Riordan's estate settled
Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports on the High Court action.
22/11/2023 • 3 minutes 15 seconds
Health survey shows increased vaping and antibiotic use
We talk to Chief Medical Officer Prof. Breda Smyth on the publication of the Healthy Ireland Survey 2023.
22/11/2023 • 5 minutes 47 seconds
Unions to focus on 'short-term' public sector pay deal
We talk to Minister for Public Expenditure, Paschal Donohoe as unions accept an invitation to talks on a new public sector pay agreement but say they want to focus on a short-term deal.
22/11/2023 • 10 minutes 8 seconds
Israeli hostages held in Gaza - families wait for news
Our reporter Cian McCormack spoke to Tomer Keshet whose cousin Yarden Bibas was taken hostage with his wife Shiri and two children.
22/11/2023 • 6 minutes 3 seconds
Former DUP leader says deal achievable, but negotiations aren't "quite there" yet
Analysis of comments from Peter Robinson from Ben Lowry, Editor of the Belfast Newsletter newspaper.
21/11/2023 • 6 minutes 32 seconds
Repeal of archaic censorship laws before Cabinet
We talk to Dr Aoife Bhreatnach, historian and host of the podcast, Censored.
21/11/2023 • 6 minutes 37 seconds
Qatar-mediated deal on hostages and pause between Israel, Hamas expected
Our Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports from Israel.
21/11/2023 • 4 minutes 14 seconds
Campaigner's last wishes heard at Assisted Dying committee
Sandra Hurley of our Political Staff reports.
21/11/2023 • 2 minutes 53 seconds
Govt approval for Adare bypass ahead of Ryder Cup
We talk to Fianna Fáil councillor for Adare, Bridie Collins.
21/11/2023 • 3 minutes 15 seconds
Hamas-run health ministry says over 5,500 children among Gaza dead
We talk to Executive Director of UNICEF Ireland Peter Power.
21/11/2023 • 6 minutes 22 seconds
Bridge near Croke Park renamed as Bloody Sunday Bridge
We talk to Lord Mayor Daithí de Róiste.
20/11/2023 • 3 minutes 37 seconds
Shakira agrees deal in Spanish tax case
The Guardian's Stephen Burgen reports from Spain.
20/11/2023 • 5 minutes 3 seconds
People in Direct Provision should be recorded as homeless - Sinn Féin
We talk to Sinn Féin’s housing spokesperson Eoin Ó Broin.
20/11/2023 • 9 minutes 4 seconds
Israel expands Gaza operation amid hostage deal talks
Our Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports from Israel.
20/11/2023 • 6 minutes 38 seconds
Indian rescuers to dig new shaft for 41 workers trapped in tunnel
The latest report on the rescue efforts in India from Sanjay Jha, ITV news journalist based in New Dehli.
20/11/2023 • 1 minute 59 seconds
Extra EU seat causing a stir in the Midlands-North West
Analysis from our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane.
20/11/2023 • 4 minutes 23 seconds
Aid supplies to Gaza halted again, UN says starvation imminent
Our Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports.
17/11/2023 • 7 minutes 27 seconds
Road toll incentive for EV drivers to be phased out in December
We talk to Hannah Daly, Professor in Sustainable Energy at University College Cork.
17/11/2023 • 3 minutes 27 seconds
DNA played crucial role in securing conviction and exonerating accused
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds has been speaking to the Director of DNA at Forensics Science Ireland, Dr. Geraldine O’Donnell, about the role of DNA in the case.
17/11/2023 • 4 minutes 27 seconds
Hours left for €1m lottery ticket holder to claim prize
Our reporter Helen Donohue spoke to Glyn Williams of Centra Supermarket in Emyvale in Co Monaghan who sold the ticket and Fran Whearty of the National Lottery.
17/11/2023 • 4 minutes 38 seconds
New Govt roadmap to 'eliminate' cervical cancer by 2040
We talk to Dr Lucy Jessop Director of the HSE's National Immunisation Office.
17/11/2023 • 3 minutes 58 seconds
'Wholly deserved' life sentence handed to Puska for Ashling Murphy's murder
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports from the Central Criminal Court where the partner and family of Ashling Murphy gave victim impact evidence.
17/11/2023 • 6 minutes
Majority of Irish citizens will leave Gaza within days - Israel
Tánaiste says Israel expects most Irish citizens to leave Gaza and Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports on Michael Martin's meetings
16/11/2023 • 6 minutes 6 seconds
Puffin numbers in Ireland down 28%
Dr Stephen Newton, BirdWatch Ireland on latest latest Seabirds Count census
16/11/2023 • 2 minutes 45 seconds
Irish-Palestinian family see new life after fleeing conflict zone
Ayman Shaheen, his wife, 19-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son left through the Rafah Crossing to Egypt yesterday
16/11/2023 • 5 minutes 11 seconds
Ryan Tubridy announces show on UK's Virgin Radio
The former RTE broadcaster says will front the daily show from London from January, Reporter Enda Brady has more.
16/11/2023 • 5 minutes 20 seconds
Gardaí to have access to motor insurance details
Jack Chambers, Minister of state at the Department of Transport discusses this and other moves to reduce road deaths
16/11/2023 • 7 minutes 32 seconds
First group of Irish citizens leave Gaza through Rafah
Our Correspondent Paul Cunningham reports from Egypt.
15/11/2023 • 3 minutes 28 seconds
Media Minister welcomes RTÉ plan to cap salaries at €250k
We talk to Catherine Martin Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
15/11/2023 • 8 minutes 44 seconds
Court rules UK government's Rwanda asylum plan unlawful
Analysis from Lucy Fisher, Whitehall Editor of the Financial Times.
15/11/2023 • 3 minutes 2 seconds
Sharp rise in investment fraud as €18m stolen so far this year
We hear from Detective Superintendent Michael Cryan of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau.
15/11/2023 • 4 minutes 13 seconds
Israeli forces enter Gaza's Al-Shifa Hospital in 'targeted' operation against Hamas
We get the latest from Irish Palestinian doctor Ahmed El Mokhallalati, a senior plastic surgeon at the Al Shifa Hospital in Northern Gaza.
15/11/2023 • 7 minutes 56 seconds
Former ABP deputy chair Hyde wins sentence appeal
Our Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy was in court.
15/11/2023 • 4 minutes 15 seconds
Unions at RTÉ meet DG over new strategic vision
We are joined by Emma O Kelly The Chair of the NUJ Dublin Broadcasting Branch and SIPTU Organiser, Martin Mannion
14/11/2023 • 8 minutes 11 seconds
Government approves funding of €56 million for RTÉ
We speak to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar
14/11/2023 • 17 minutes 37 seconds
Gaza's main hospital forced to bury scores of dead patients in mass grave
Kim Sengupta, Defence and Diplomatic Editor at The Independent brings us the latest
14/11/2023 • 3 minutes 45 seconds
'An absolute nightmare' - Galway shop flooded after Storm Debi
We talk to Ronan Hennigan, owner of Londis Clarinbridge, and Martina Kinane, Fianna Fáil county councillor in the area.
13/11/2023 • 8 minutes 46 seconds
Taoiseach to meet family of kidnapped girl Emily Hand
Our reporter Fiachra MacCionnaith reports from a press conference in Dublin where Emily's father Tom was among a number of Israeli families calling for their loved ones to be freed.
13/11/2023 • 4 minutes 11 seconds
Around 70k properties without power due to Storm Debi
We talk to Brian Tapley, Regional Manager, ESB networks; Anna McHugh Head of Corporate Communications with An Post and National Director for Fire and Emergency Management, Keith Leonard.
13/11/2023 • 8 minutes 46 seconds
Cameron returns, Braverman sacked in UK govt reshuffle
Analysis from Presenter & Chief Political Commentator with Talk TV Peter Cardwell.
13/11/2023 • 6 minutes 50 seconds
National Bravery Awards presented by Ceann Comhairle
Our reporter Edel McAllister talks to the youngest recipient Marc O'Connor; Garda Caitriona Munnelly and Fred Corcoran who carried out a dramatic rescue in 1947.
10/11/2023 • 5 minutes 43 seconds
Post-mortems due after two people found dead in Clare
Our Regional Reporter Teresa Mannion reports.
10/11/2023 • 2 minutes 20 seconds
FAI votes against restructuring board to allow two additional female candidates to join
We talk to Thomas Byrne Minister with special responsibility for Sport and Physical Education.
10/11/2023 • 5 minutes 34 seconds
HSE extends recruitment freeze to almost all categories
We talk to CEO of the HSE Bernard Gloster.
10/11/2023 • 9 minutes 37 seconds
Number of overdoses in Dublin rises to 34 amid heroin warning
Our reporter Carole Colman talks to Uisce outreach members Gillian O'Donnell and Rob Nowlan and Tony Duffin, CEO at Ana Liffey Drug Project.
10/11/2023 • 5 minutes 55 seconds
€13bn Apple tax case judgment should be set aside - EU Court adviser
We get analysis from Tom Collins, Director at the National Centre for Taxation Studies in the Kemmy Business School in the University Of Limerick.
09/11/2023 • 7 minutes 19 seconds
Hollywood actors reach tentative deal with studios to end a four month strike
We get reaction from Ed Guiney of Irish production company Element Pictures, which has developed Normal People, and movies including The Favourite, Room and the upcoming Poor Things.
09/11/2023 • 5 minutes 23 seconds
Stricter rules are being introduced on controlling dogs
We talk to canine behaviourist Nanci Creedon.
09/11/2023 • 2 minutes 28 seconds
Northern Gaza now a "blasted landscape"
Jeremy Bowen, the BBC's International Editor and author of the book "The Making of the Modern Middle East?" speaks to us about his journey into Gaza with the IDF.
09/11/2023 • 8 minutes 1 second
Senior garda discontent over retirement tax bills
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
09/11/2023 • 3 minutes 3 seconds
Cork hotel ordered to pay compensation for discriminating against Traveller family
We hear from Sinéad Lucey, Managing Solicitor with the Free Legal Advice Centre who represented the family.
09/11/2023 • 3 minutes 9 seconds
RTÉ document on future plans ready 'next week'
Brian O'Donovan, Work & Technology Correspondent reports
08/11/2023 • 1 minute 39 seconds
EU executive recommends membership talks with Ukraine
Donnacha Ó Beachain, Professor of Politics at Dublin City University speaks to us
08/11/2023 • 6 minutes 10 seconds
6,000 people waiting for full approved care supports
Ivana Bacik, Labour Party leader on how they say the HSE recruitment freeze is going to send "a creaking home care system into utter collapse"
08/11/2023 • 9 minutes 4 seconds
Closing arguments expected later in sentencing of Tom & Molly Martens
Sean Whelan, Our Correspondent in the US reports from North Carolina
08/11/2023 • 1 minute 42 seconds
Judge continues charge to jury in Puska trial
Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell on trial of 33 yr old Jozef Puska from Mucklagh in Co Offaly, who denies murdering Ashling Murphy in January 2022
08/11/2023 • 3 minutes 9 seconds
Campaigners call for more urgent focus on road safety
Donna Price, co-founder of the Irish Road Victims Association speaks to us
08/11/2023 • 7 minutes 25 seconds
Former Fine Gael TD Maria Bailey has received an apology from The Irish Daily Mirror newspaper over two articles it published about the so-c
Our reporter Dyane Connor was at the Four Courts and joins us
07/11/2023 • 2 minutes 39 seconds
Ireland's first-ever satellite launches into space later this month
We get the details from the Director of UCD's Centre for Space Research and Professor of Astronomy at the School of Physics Lorraine Hanlon
07/11/2023 • 2 minutes 43 seconds
Revenue deadline for owners of unoccupied houses to file return for new Vacant Homes Tax
We talk to Katie Clair, Manager of Revenue's Local Property Tax branch
07/11/2023 • 4 minutes 45 seconds
Israel open to 'pauses' but not ceasefire - Netanyahu
Our correspondent Tony Connelly reports has been speaking to people in Tel Aviv We talk to those in Gaza waiting to leave including Irish-Palestinian man Ibrahim Al-Agha his wife and three young children.
07/11/2023 • 7 minutes 54 seconds
Closing speeches under way in trial of Jozef Puska
Cabinet approves guidelines on smartphones for primary school children
We talk to Education Minister Norma Foley
07/11/2023 • 7 minutes 54 seconds
Northern Lights illuminate skies across parts of Europe
We talk to photographer Tom O'Hanlon and Danielle Wilcox, Resident Astronomer at the Blackrock Observatory, Cork.
06/11/2023 • 2 minutes 38 seconds
'Now we've got hope back,' says sister of missing Emily Hand
We talk to Natali Hand, sister of Emily Hand.
06/11/2023 • 7 minutes 48 seconds
Man and woman in late teens killed in Co Donegal road crash
Our North West Correspondent Eileen Magnier reports.
06/11/2023 • 2 minutes 36 seconds
Israel's military carries out one of the heaviest bombardments of Gaza overnight
Analysis from our Correspondent Tony Connelly in Tel Aviv.
06/11/2023 • 6 minutes 45 seconds
Defence concludes evidence in trial of Jozef Puska
Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell.
06/11/2023 • 3 minutes 23 seconds
800 posts currently unfilled due to teacher shortage, INTO
We hear from INTO Deputy General Secretary, Deirdre O’Connor.
06/11/2023 • 6 minutes 45 seconds
Jozef Puska continues giving evidence in murder trial
Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports from the Central Criminal Court.
03/11/2023 • 4 minutes 21 seconds
Irish born doctor and family now living in Gaza hospital
We talk to Dublin born Dr Ahmed El Mokhallalati, a senior plastic surgeon at the Al-Shifa hospital in Northern Gaza.
03/11/2023 • 6 minutes 8 seconds
630 Irish born children applied for migrant amnesty scheme
We talk to Fiona Hurley, spokesperson for migrant and refugee group NASC, after analysis by the Dublin Inquirer newspaper found that 630 Irish born children applied for the recent scheme for the undocumented.
03/11/2023 • 4 minutes 9 seconds
IMF warns on 'considerable external risks' for Irish economy
Analysis from our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt.
03/11/2023 • 3 minutes 49 seconds
Blinken: How Israel defends itself matters
Our Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports from Tel Aviv.
03/11/2023 • 7 minutes 25 seconds
Landowners offered €50k per pylon in North-South Interconnector plans
We talk to Michael Mahon, Eirgrid Chief Infrastructure Officer.
03/11/2023 • 6 minutes 32 seconds
Israel at 'gates of Gaza City' as fighting intensifies
Bel Trew, Chief International Correspondent with the UK Independent has the latest on the mideast conflict
02/11/2023 • 8 minutes 31 seconds
Ashling Murphy murder trial continues
Orla O'Donnell, Courts Correspondent reports on the latest from the trial of 33 yr old Jozef Puska, from Mucklagh Co. Offaly, who has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Ashling Murphy in January 2022
02/11/2023 • 3 minutes 16 seconds
Study finds Covid pandemic may have impact on brain health of over 50s
Professor Colin Doherty, Consultant Neurologist at St James Hosp on the UK study in The Lancet
02/11/2023 • 5 minutes 1 second
Highest ever October rainfall recorded in parts of Cork
Paul Moore, Climatologist with Met Éireann speaks to us
02/11/2023 • 3 minutes 19 seconds
Majority of working youths paid above legal entitlement
Maeve McElwee, Director of Employer Relations with IBEC gives her reaction
02/11/2023 • 4 minutes 41 seconds
4,500 termination notices issued by landlords in Q3
John-Mark McCafferty, CEO of renters lobby group Threshold gives his reaction to latest figures published by the Residential Tenancies Board
02/11/2023 • 5 minutes 44 seconds
Doctors ranked second highest as most trusted profession in Ireland - survey
Dr Suzanne Crowe, President of the Medical Council speaks to us
01/11/2023 • 5 minutes 10 seconds
First patients & dual-nationals cross the border from Gaza into Egypt
Laura Whelan speaks to Ibrahim Alagha, a Palestinian-Irish man in Khan Younis in Gaza, & we hear from Tánaiste Micháel Martin
01/11/2023 • 16 minutes 54 seconds
Irish Red Cross begin payments under flood relief scheme
Deirdre Garvey, Secretary General of the Irish Red Cross on how they've begun paying out funds to applicants under the flood relief scheme
01/11/2023 • 6 minutes 34 seconds
Donegal Gardaí “considering the consequences” after 12-year-olds stopped while driving tractors
Stephen Maguire, Editor Donegal Daily tells us the story
01/11/2023 • 2 minutes 27 seconds
Israel reports attacking Hamas inside Gaza tunnels
We get the latest from Lindsey Hilsum is Channel 4 News International Editor
31/10/2023 • 3 minutes 28 seconds
Expert tells court no evidence Puska admissions related to drug effects
We get the latest from our Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell
31/10/2023 • 4 minutes 16 seconds
"It was coming down the road like a river"
We speak to Louth business owners -Frankie McGrory and Sharon McGuigan impacted by flooding in Ravensdale and Carlingford overnight
31/10/2023 • 5 minutes 18 seconds
Euro zone inflation dropped to its lowest level in over two years this month.
We talk to Stephen Kinsella, Professor of Economics at University of Limerick
31/10/2023 • 3 minutes 4 seconds
Newry badly flooded ahead of Storm Ciarán
We hear from Eamonn Connolly, Manager of Newry's Business Improvement District organisation
31/10/2023 • 4 minutes 17 seconds
Met Éireann has issued further rain and wind warnings ahead of Storm Ciarán, with the UK Met Office issuing similar alerts for Northern Irel
We are joined by Met Eireann Meteorologist Linda Hughes
31/10/2023 • 2 minutes 46 seconds
Five people taken to hospital, with what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries, after a building collapsed in the east
Our regional reporter Teresa Mannion is in Kilkelly and joins us now...
31/10/2023 • 1 minute 59 seconds
Review at LUH after concerns over locum radiologist raised
We discuss what happened with Professor Pat Nash, the Chief Clinical Director for the Saolta Group
31/10/2023 • 5 minutes 30 seconds
'A scene of horror' Greysteel shooting 30 yrs on
Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor reports on the 30th anniversary of the shooting in the Co Derry village of Greysteel
30/10/2023 • 5 minutes 16 seconds
Luis Rubiales banned from football for 3 yrs
Alex Ibaceta football reporter on how the President of the Spanish Football Association Luis Rubiales, has been banned from all football-related activities by world governing body
30/10/2023 • 2 minutes 22 seconds
56 arrested on suspicion of drink/drug driving in last 24 hrs say Gardaí
Martin Kenny TD, Sinn Féin spokesperson on Transport speaks to us
30/10/2023 • 4 minutes 29 seconds
Bathroom destroyed by firework last night as fire brigade issue warning
Greg O'Dwyer, Assistant Chief Fire Officer with Dublin Fire Brigade on the firework incidents they've seen over last few days
30/10/2023 • 4 minutes
Fierce clashes in Gaza as Israel expands offensive
Our Correspondent Fran McNulty reports from Tel Aviv
30/10/2023 • 4 minutes 30 seconds
Will new National Lottery draws increase risk of problem gambling?
Michael Guerin, addiction therapist is concerned about expanding any opportunities to gamble.
27/10/2023 • 3 minutes 46 seconds
New guidelines for social media influencers
We've been talking to Jessica Hopkins of The Collaborations Agency which connects influencers and brands
27/10/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
Department considers travel exemptions for refugees
Nick Henderson, Irish Refugee Council reacts to reports that Ukrainian refugees could loose state provided accommodation if they travel.
27/10/2023 • 6 minutes 38 seconds
Annual Inflation rate dips to 3.6% in October
Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt on what this reduction means for consumers
27/10/2023 • 4 minutes 36 seconds
People staying longer in emergency accommodation - housing charity
We hear from Helen McInerney who became homeless last year and from Una Burns of Limerick's Novas housing agency
27/10/2023 • 7 minutes 12 seconds
Commission finds huge numbers of minors abused by Catholic clergy in Spain since 1940
Journalist Guy Hedgecoe discusses the findings of commission into historical of Spanish minors by catholic priests
27/10/2023 • 3 minutes 54 seconds
Govt agrees retrofit loan deal for homeowners with EIB
We talk to Eamon Ryan, Minister for Transport, climate , Environment and Communications.
26/10/2023 • 7 minutes 47 seconds
ECB breaks record streak of rate hikes as economy weakens
Our Business Editor Will Goodbody has the latest.
26/10/2023 • 4 minutes 35 seconds
Interpreter tells court Puska asked him to translate confession
Ciaran O'Connor senior analyst with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue joins us
28/09/2023 • 2 minutes 50 seconds
Garda roster row deepens
Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham on the latest reaction to the threat of Garda action over roster changes
28/09/2023 • 5 minutes 30 seconds
Actor Michael Gambon dies at 82
Michael Doherty, Entertainment Editor, RTE Guide remembers Michael Gambon in his varied roles
28/09/2023 • 4 minutes
Six arrests as MV Matthew under guard in Cork
Our South East Correspondent Conor Kane brings us the latest on the investigation into the massive drugs haul
28/09/2023 • 4 minutes 2 seconds
Irish inflation edges up
Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt tells us inflation stubbornly high at 5%
28/09/2023 • 4 minutes 40 seconds
Concerns for migrants housed in tents around the country
We talk to John Lannon from Doras in Limerick who's been working with international protection applicants in Knocknalisheen and Linda Loughnane of the Laois Integration Network who's at Stradbally where 367 people are in tents.
27/09/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
Traffic disruption, fallen trees and power outages as Storm hits
We get the latest from Gerry Murphy, Meterologist with Met Eireann.
27/09/2023 • 3 minutes 52 seconds
Inquiry after teenage girl from Co Clare dies
Our Mid West Correspondent Cathy Halloran reports on the death of a 14-year-old girl who became ill last Friday and was taken to Children's Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin in Dublin, where she died on Monday.
27/09/2023 • 2 minutes 21 seconds
At least 100 dead after fire at Iraq wedding party
We spoke to Middle East Correspondent Borzu Daragahi about the fire.
27/09/2023 • 3 minutes 58 seconds
€157m drugs seizure is 'largest in history of State'
We get the latest from Defence Forces Colonel Stephen Ryan and analysis from our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds.
27/09/2023 • 14 minutes 47 seconds
Childcare providers protesting outside Leinster Hse this lunchtime
Brian O'Donovan, Work & Technology Correspondent reports from outside Leinster House for us this lunchtime
26/09/2023 • 5 minutes 42 seconds
Oireachtas Committee hears about experience of euthanasia in Netherlands & Switzerland
Sandra Hurley reports from the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Assisted Dying, which has been hearing about the experience of euthanasia in the Netherlands & Switzerland
26/09/2023 • 3 minutes 43 seconds
Finance Minister warns cost over-runs should only happen in exceptional circumstances
Paul Cunningham, Political Correspondent on the latest from the Cabinet meeting today
26/09/2023 • 4 minutes 54 seconds
CSO: 50% of young adults sexually harassed in last year
Dr Cliona Sadlier, Executive Director of Rape Crisis Network Ireland gives us her reaction to the latest research from the CSO
26/09/2023 • 5 minutes 10 seconds
Orange rain warning for Cork, Kerry as storm to hit
Mark Bowe, Meteorologist with Met Éireann has the update
26/09/2023 • 2 minutes 21 seconds
Two arrested after boat runs aground off Wexford coast
Conor Kane, Our South East Correspondent reports
26/09/2023 • 3 minutes 58 seconds
Rise in number of electricity, gas customers in arrears
Tricia Keilthy, Head of Social Justice & Policy at the Society of St Vincent de Paul
26/09/2023 • 4 minutes 21 seconds
Thousands of health, community workers to strike next month
We talk to ICTU General Secretary Owen Reidy.
25/09/2023 • 5 minutes 14 seconds
Letby to face retrial over attempted murder charge
UK based journalist Enda Brady reports.
25/09/2023 • 3 minutes 29 seconds
Plans for degree course to train online influencers
We talk to Dr Eleanor O'Leary, Lecturer in Media and Communications at SETU Carlow Campus.
25/09/2023 • 4 minutes 55 seconds
Reaction to 'tentative' deal struck over Hollywood writers strike
We talk to Jennifer Davidson, Chair of the Writer's Guild of Ireland.
25/09/2023 • 5 minutes 51 seconds
Significant increase in violent crime, robbery - CSO
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports.
25/09/2023 • 4 minutes 26 seconds
Girl receives apology from Gymnastics Ireland after parents allege racist behaviour over medal
Our reporter Sharon Lynch explains the story.
25/09/2023 • 4 minutes 24 seconds
Donnelly defends spinal surgery review after criticism of terms
Analysis from our Political Correspondent Paul Cunningham.
25/09/2023 • 3 minutes 14 seconds
Deer management groups concerned over EU classification
We talk to Damien Hannigan of the Irish Deer Commission.
22/09/2023 • 2 minutes 37 seconds
Irish fans optimistic ahead of South Africa clash at Stade de France
Our reporter Paul O'Flynn is in Paris with the fans.
22/09/2023 • 4 minutes 57 seconds
Thousands of free events to celebrate Culture Night
Our reporter Sally-Anne Barrett rounds up the events happening around the country.
22/09/2023 • 4 minutes 23 seconds
Stardust doormen tried to put out fire, inquests hear
Our reporter Conor Hunt reports on the evidence of former manager of the Stardust club, Eamon Butterly.
22/09/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
'Emily' case review recommends further investigation
Our Social Affairs Correspondent Aibhe Conneely reports.
22/09/2023 • 6 minutes 55 seconds
GRA declines Commissioner's offer for talks on garda rosters
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds.
22/09/2023 • 4 minutes 41 seconds
Poland to provide Ukraine previously agreed weapons
Poland has promised to fulfil existing arms supply deals with Ukraine, a day after saying it would no longer arm its neighbour in a mounting row between the two allies. Our Eastern Europe Reporter Liam Nolan
21/09/2023 • 3 minutes 58 seconds
McEntee: 'Disgraceful scenes have no place in our democracy'
McEntee: 'Disgraceful scenes have no place in our democracy' Justice Minister has spoken to the Garda Commissioner and the Superintendent in Pearse Street about what she described as the 'disgraceful scenes' outside Leinster House yesterday. We speak to the Minister for Justice Helen McEntee
21/09/2023 • 7 minutes 59 seconds
Investigation into use of unauthorised springs in children's surgeries ordered
The Clinical Director of Children's Health Ireland Dr Ike Okafur speaks to us
21/09/2023 • 9 minutes 55 seconds
Back to school for speeding motorists
Motorists caught speeding outside a primary school in County Longford today were given the option of avoiding a fine if they attended a special session where they could explain themselves to a group of 6th class children. Principal of Stone Park National School, Longford Micheál O'Sullivan speaks to us
21/09/2023 • 4 minutes 10 seconds
Former Stardust manager takes to inquest witness box
Eamon Butterly is giving evidence at the inquest into the deaths of the 48 people, who died when a fire swept through the building during a disco in 1981. Our reporter Conor Hunt is at the Startdust Inquest today
21/09/2023 • 3 minutes 15 seconds
Justice Minister meets with Garda reps over roster controversy
We hear from Brendan O' Connor, President of the GRA.
20/09/2023 • 4 minutes 35 seconds
Kenneally's cousin denies sweeping allegations under carpet
We get the latest from our Legal Affairs Correspondent, Orla O'Donnell.
20/09/2023 • 4 minutes 57 seconds
Parents of girl who died after Temple Street operations want answers
We speak to Ciaran Damien Tansey, a solicitor representing Dollceanna Carter's parents.
20/09/2023 • 8 minutes 46 seconds
Driving test waiting time 'unsatisfactory' - RSA
We can speak to Sandra Hurley, of our Political Staff
20/09/2023 • 3 minutes 13 seconds
Food inflation now running at over 11 per cent
Our reporter Sally-Anne Barrett speaks to shoppers in Athlone and we speak to Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise Neale Richmond.
20/09/2023 • 7 minutes 26 seconds
Azerbaijan launches operation against Nagorno-Karabakh
We speak to Donnacha Ó Beacháin, Professor of Politics at Dublin City University.
19/09/2023 • 5 minutes 50 seconds
ESB Group's half-year profits up 30% to €676m
Analysis from Dr Muireann Lynch, Energy Economist with the ESRI.
19/09/2023 • 5 minutes 32 seconds
YouTube blocks Russell Brand from making money from his videos on the platform
We get the latest from Jim Waterson, Media Editor at The Guardian.
19/09/2023 • 4 minutes 18 seconds
Durham Town folk singer Roger Whittaker dies at 87
Folk singer Roger Whittaker, famous for his 1969 hit song Durham Town and expert whistling, has died at the age of 87.
19/09/2023 • 1 minute 15 seconds
Ireland's first National Timing Grid launched
We hear from David Fleming, National Standards Authority of Ireland Technical Manager for Time.
19/09/2023 • 4 minutes 7 seconds
Parents waiting for operations seek clarity after children's surgeries paused pending review
We speak to our Health Correspondent, Fergal Bowers.
19/09/2023 • 4 minutes 50 seconds
Reports Celtic FC seeking to settle Boys Club sex abuse cases
We talk to Alex Thomson Chief Correspondent and Presenter, Channel 4 News.
19/09/2023 • 3 minutes 17 seconds
US citizens jailed in Iran expected to fly home as part of prisoner swap
Analysis from Defence and Diplomatic Editor of The Independent Kim Sengupta.
18/09/2023 • 2 minutes 22 seconds
Barriers to entry limit number of cross-border students - report
Our Political Coverage Editor David Murphy reports on the latest research from the ESRI and the government's Shared Island unit.
18/09/2023 • 4 minutes 42 seconds
Grocery price inflation falls to lowest level in a year - Kantar
Analysis from Damian O'Reilly, lecturer in retail management at Technical University Dublin.
18/09/2023 • 2 minutes 55 seconds
External review ordered into aspects of orthopaedic care at Temple Street
We speak to Damien McCallion, HSE Chief Operations Officer.
18/09/2023 • 10 minutes 9 seconds
Migrant protests after thousands flee Africa to Lampedusa
We get the latest from Margot Bernard, Advocacy Manager with Medicins Sans Frontiers based in Rome.
18/09/2023 • 5 minutes 36 seconds
Broadcasters investigating after allegations against Russell Brand
We get political reaction from Lucy Fischer - Whitehall editor of the Financial Times.
18/09/2023 • 4 minutes 14 seconds
TikTok fined €345m by Irish Data Protection Commission
Analysis from our Business Editor Will Goodbody.
15/09/2023 • 4 minutes 43 seconds
Permission refused for Shannon Estuary LNG terminal
Analysis from our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt, while our Correspondent Carole Colman gathers local reaction.
15/09/2023 • 9 minutes 36 seconds
Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Green Party holding think-ins
Analysis from our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane.
15/09/2023 • 3 minutes 34 seconds
Mortgage arrears down 4% on a quarterly basis - Central Bank
We talk to Personal Insolvency Practitioner Mitchell O'Brien who is co-founder of the Insolvency Resolution Service (IRS).
15/09/2023 • 7 minutes 35 seconds
Meath house buyers say they've been asked to pay extra €60k
People who put down deposits on houses in Meath say they have been asked to pay an extra €60,000 to finish them. We talk to Amanda Mekitarian who is among those waiting for their house to be finished.
15/09/2023 • 6 minutes 5 seconds
Most would support digital health records
Dr Ronan Glynn, partner EY Ireland, and former Deputy Chief Medical Officer joins us in studio
14/09/2023 • 5 minutes 45 seconds
Tánaiste cautions against calls for RTÉ to sell Donnybrook site
Work and Technology Correspondent Brian O'Donovan reports on Micháel Martins comments and latest on RTE payments
14/09/2023 • 3 minutes 15 seconds
European Central Bank raises rates again
Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt analyses the 10th sucessive ECB rise in interest rates
14/09/2023 • 3 minutes 38 seconds
Irish-Lybian doctor describes Derna devastation
Dr Salem Langi, who spent 16 years working and living in Ireland, says the situation is "catastrophic" with survivors in a state of shock
14/09/2023 • 7 minutes 10 seconds
Stephen Kenny to remain in place - FAI
Listen to FAI CEO Jonathan Hill and hear Soccer Correspondent Tony O'Donoghue on Kenny's future and reasons for not renewing Vera Paw contract
14/09/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
GRA vote of no confidence in Harris passes by overwhelming majority
We speak to Ronan Slevin, the secretary-general of the GRA
13/09/2023 • 6 minutes 28 seconds
Libya floods death toll of 5,300 to increase significantly, says Minister
We speak to Dr Faheem Bukhatwa and Dr Fatima Hamroush.
13/09/2023 • 7 minutes 14 seconds
Latest from Oireachtas Media Committee
We get the very latest from our political correspondent, Paul Cunningham
13/09/2023 • 6 minutes 12 seconds
Warning to Irish rugby fans in France after a botulism outbreak in Bordeaux
We hear from Sharon Gaffney, journalist with France 24
13/09/2023 • 4 minutes 32 seconds
Bakhurst announces immediate recruitment freeze at RTÉ
Our political correspondent Paul Cunningham looks ahead to today's appearances before the Oireachtas Media Committee, and we get reaction to Emma O'Kelly, Chair of the National Union of Journalists' Dublin Broadcasting Branch.
13/09/2023 • 6 minutes 21 seconds
Guidance published for workers exposed to sensitive content
Patricia Murray, Senior Work and Organisational Psychologist, Health and Safety Authority.
12/09/2023 • 2 minutes 59 seconds
North Korean leader in Russia for talks with Putin
Analysis from Prof. of Political Science, at Pusan National University Dr Robert E Kelly.
12/09/2023 • 4 minutes 23 seconds
Four largest local authorities haven't provided any modular housing sites for Ukrainians - OPW Minister
We hear from the Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works, Patrick O'Donovan about a row in Celbridge over access to Kildare's Castletown House ; the latest modular housing targets; and RTÉ.
12/09/2023 • 9 minutes 32 seconds
Red Cross says death toll from Libya storm floods 'huge'
We speak to Malak Altaeb, a Libyan researcher on environmental policy about the scale of the situation.
12/09/2023 • 5 minutes 17 seconds
Gardaí say body cams will not be permanently recording
We speak to our Crime Correspondent, Paul Reynolds.
12/09/2023 • 5 minutes 36 seconds
Almost 3,000 patients diagnosed with Sepsis die in Irish public hospitals every year
Carole Coleman has this special report
12/09/2023 • 5 minutes 9 seconds
Kim Jong Un: North Korea leader to meet Putin in Russia
Professor Hazel Smith, from the Centre of Korean Studies at SOAS University of London.
11/09/2023 • 3 minutes 27 seconds
New CSO figures shows Irish businesses continue to increase female representation, albeit slowly
We speak to Gillian Harford, Country Executive of the 30% Club
11/09/2023 • 3 minutes 25 seconds
Fianna Fáil holding think-in as farmers stage protest
Joe Mag Raollaigh, our Agriculture Correspondent speaks to us from Tipperary
11/09/2023 • 4 minutes
Man found guilty of stealing car keys in Lordship case
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds was in court and joins us now.
11/09/2023 • 3 minutes 32 seconds
Free GP care being extended from today
We speak to the Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly about the details of this expansion.
11/09/2023 • 9 minutes 26 seconds
Race against time to rescue Morocco earthquake survivors
We get the latest from the BBC's Middle East correspondent, Tom Bateman, who has travelled to Morocco's remote Atlas Mountains.
11/09/2023 • 5 minutes 12 seconds
Call for urgent action over violent incidents in Galway
Councillor Hoare tells our Western Correspondent, Pat McGrath he will attend a meeting with senior Gardai and City Council officials tomorrow to discuss the incidents.
11/09/2023 • 2 minutes 33 seconds
€17m transferred through money mule accounts
USI Vice President Colette Murphy advises students on what to do if asked to hold money illegally
08/09/2023 • 2 minutes 51 seconds
Will new plan make North Inner city Dublin safer?
Fergal O'Brien speaks to community warden Francis Treacy, while Social Democrat TD for Dublin Central Gary Gannon reponds to the plan
08/09/2023 • 5 minutes 33 seconds
EU Ombudsman blasts response Qatargate
Our Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports on Emily O Reilly's criticism of the EU handling of corruption
08/09/2023 • 2 minutes 24 seconds
Planning permissions down over summer
We're joined by Petula Martyn of our Business Desk to discuss falloff in planning permissions when compared to last year
08/09/2023 • 2 minutes 17 seconds
New Irish language children's channel
We're joined from our Casla studio by Alan Essleont Director General of TG4
08/09/2023 • 6 minutes 37 seconds
Bus and teacher shortages affect special-needs students
Education Minister Norma Foley reponds to parents claims that 30% of special needs students have to sort their own school transport
08/09/2023 • 11 minutes 12 seconds
Over 80 farmers and IFA members demonstrate in Dublin over new nitrates limits
Our Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh speaks to those attending the protest.
07/09/2023 • 1 minute 56 seconds
Electric Ireland to cut electricity and gas prices from November
We speak to Pat Fenlon, Executive Director of Electric Ireland
07/09/2023 • 5 minutes 23 seconds
Further price reductions needed on energy bills, says Taoiseach
We speak to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar about energy costs, RTÉ, the housing crisis and the Wolfe Tones performance at Electric Picnic.
07/09/2023 • 23 minutes 22 seconds
Controversial Legacy Bill expected to clear final hurdle at Westminster
We speak to the SDLP MP for South Belfast, Claire Hanna
06/09/2023 • 4 minutes 57 seconds
Banking industry's new support measures for mortgage customers
We speak to Padraic Kissane, financial advisor and member of the Irish Banking Culture Board
06/09/2023 • 6 minutes 31 seconds
Sinn Féin calls for new powers to compel energy companies to be more transparent about pricing
We speak to Sinn Féin spokesperson on Energy, Darren O’Rourke
06/09/2023 • 5 minutes 23 seconds
National Spending Rule and RTÉ dominate first Cabinet meeting after summer break
Our political correspondent, Paul Cunningham brings us the latest.
06/09/2023 • 5 minutes 58 seconds
Tánaiste Micheál Martin visiting the occupied Palestinian territory
We get the latest from there with our Deputy Foreign Editor, Edmund Heaphy.
06/09/2023 • 3 minutes 35 seconds
State to amend concrete levy to exclude precast after industry backlash
We speak to Donal McNamee of the Business Post
06/09/2023 • 3 minutes 31 seconds
Garda Commissioner to discuss Kinahan gang with Dubai police
Our Midlands Correspondent Sinead Hussey reports that Garda Commissioner Drew Harris along with Assistant Commissioner Justin Kelly are in Dubai for a series of meetings to discuss the Kinahan crime gang.
05/09/2023 • 3 minutes 3 seconds
Fine Gael TD Richard Bruton expected to stand down at next election
Our Political Correspondent Mícheál Lehane reports.
05/09/2023 • 1 minute 51 seconds
National Lottery Regulator withheld payments to operator PLI after breach of licence
Dyane Connor reports.
05/09/2023 • 3 minutes 4 seconds
June hottest month on record while July was wettest
Keith Lambkin, Head of Climate Services Division at Met Éireann
05/09/2023 • 4 minutes 25 seconds
Cluster munition fatalities increase eight fold
Analysis from Mary Wareham, Ban Policy Editor of Cluster Munition Monitor 2023.
05/09/2023 • 6 minutes 6 seconds
Children with disabilities face support shortages
We talk to HSE Chief Operations Officer Damian McCallion following a report from the Office of the Children's Ombudsman.
05/09/2023 • 6 minutes 32 seconds
Huge blow for Ireland as Evan Ferguson ruled out of France and Netherlands matches
Our Soccer Correspondent Tony O'Donoghue reports from France.
05/09/2023 • 2 minutes 41 seconds
127 detected speeding as 'Slow Down' day under way
Liz O'Donnell, Chairperson of the Road Safety Authority
04/09/2023 • 8 minutes 32 seconds
MEP hack case before court
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor reports from Brussels
04/09/2023 • 3 minutes 14 seconds
NI Policing Board members called to meeting this afternoon
Conor McAuley, Northern Correspondent reports
04/09/2023 • 2 minutes 48 seconds
'Very important' grain announcement due - Erodgan
James Waterhouse, BBC Ukraine Correspondent on the latest on the grain talks & developments in Ukraine
04/09/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
Invasive species a growing global threat - UN report
Prof Laura Meyerson, Dept of Natural Resources Science at the University of Rhode Island & one of the reports lead authors
04/09/2023 • 6 minutes 42 seconds
Physios could treat patients with joint pain conditions
CEO of Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists [ISCP] Dr Marie Ó Mír
04/09/2023 • 3 minutes 55 seconds
Ukrainian refugees to be housed in tented accommodation
Emma Lane-Spollen, National Coordinator, Ukraine Civil Society Response
01/09/2023 • 5 minutes 34 seconds
Gardaí issue appeal to road users
Dyane Connor reports
01/09/2023 • 3 minutes 4 seconds
Pauw claims staff turned on her & takes aim at FAI
RTÉ Sport's Tony O'Donoghue speaks to former Republic of Ireland women's manager Vera Pauw
01/09/2023 • 12 minutes 52 seconds
Clonmel comes to a standstill for funeral of siblings
Conor Kane, South East Correspondent reports from Clonmel
01/09/2023 • 4 minutes 5 seconds
Electric Picnic festival gets underway
Joan O'Sullivan has the latest from Stradbally, Co Laois where the festival is getting underway
01/09/2023 • 3 minutes 11 seconds
Toll climbs in Johannesburg apartment blaze
We're joined by Alex Patrick, Metro reporter, News 24 South Africa, who's been at the scene of the fire
31/08/2023 • 2 minutes 59 seconds
Irish Sailor second in first stage of Figaro yacht race
Irish sailor Tom Dolan from Kells speaks about crossing the finish line in Kinsale after almost 4 days at sea
31/08/2023 • 3 minutes 27 seconds
More seeking with help with food and energy costs
Dr. Tricia Kielthy, St Vincent De Paul says calls are up, but numbers requesting help with back-to-school costs down 20%
31/08/2023 • 3 minutes 51 seconds
Average rents €1,544 per month
Ann-Marie O'Reilly of the Threshold housing charity reacts to latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board
31/08/2023 • 5 minutes 10 seconds
Health Minister favours mobile phone ban in schools
Stephen Donnelly would like to see phone ban spearheaded by parents rather than imposed by authorities
31/08/2023 • 1 minute 55 seconds
Calls for PSNI Chief Constable to resign
Northern Correspondent Conor MacCauley reports on mounting pressure on Simon Byrne to step down
31/08/2023 • 3 minutes 37 seconds
Nicole Murphy's funeral mass takes place in Kilcash
South East Correspondent Conor Kane reports on the first of the funerals of the four young people who died in a crash in Clonmel
31/08/2023 • 5 minutes 1 second
Eurozone energy prices down 3%, food up 10%
Our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt says Eurozone inflation of 5.3% means further interest rates hikes likely
31/08/2023 • 4 minutes 54 seconds
Russian military planes destroyed in Ukrainian attacks
We get the latest from Ukraine based journalist Emmanuelle Chaze.
30/08/2023 • 2 minutes 28 seconds
Vhi to increase health insurance policy prices by 7%
Our Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh has the details.
30/08/2023 • 2 minutes 9 seconds
Remembering Seamus Heaney ten years on
To mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Seamus Heaney rte.ie/culture has published selected archive broadcasts and RTE Radio One's Arena will have a special programme dedicated to his life and legacy at 7pm. Here he is reading his poem "Postscript".
30/08/2023 • 1 minute 24 seconds
Reaction to report which could impact electoral fortunes of sitting TDs and prospective candidates
Reaction from Marc O'Cathasaigh, Green party TD for Waterford and Party Whip and Sinn Féin TD for Cavan-Monaghan, Matt Carty.
30/08/2023 • 8 minutes 34 seconds
14 extra TDs and four more constituencies recommended
Art O’Leary Chief Executive of The Electoral Commission on the recommendations of the Constituency Review 2023. Analysis from Fionnán Sheehan, Ireland Editor with the Irish Independent.
30/08/2023 • 12 minutes 23 seconds
Tributes to grandparents and grandchild who died in Cashel crash
Mags Casey Co-ordinator at Tipperary Rural Travellers' Project pays tribute to the couple and their grandchild who were well known members of the Traveller community in Cashel.
30/08/2023 • 4 minutes 13 seconds
Restorative justice report on abuse perpetrated by late Jesuit Priest Joseph Marmion published
We speak to Barbara Walsh, who was one of two independent restorative justice practitioners who spoke to 62 past pupils impacted by Fr Joseph Marmion.
29/08/2023 • 10 minutes 11 seconds
Proposals for RTÉ's Register of Interests published
We get analysis from the National Union of Journalists Irish Secretary Seamus Dooley.
29/08/2023 • 4 minutes 36 seconds
418 hospital consultants sign new public-only contract
Our Health Correspondent Fergal Bowers has the story.
29/08/2023 • 2 minutes 13 seconds
Owners of most polluting vehicles to pay charge to drive anywhere in London
We talk to Brian Caulfield, Professor of Transportation at Trinity College Dublin, about London's new Ultra Low Emission Zone.
29/08/2023 • 3 minutes 48 seconds
Martin welcomes RTÉ plan for Register of Interests
We talk to Catherine Martin, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.
29/08/2023 • 6 minutes 23 seconds
Flight cancellations continue after UK tech issue
Our reporter Dyane Connor reports from Dublin Airport.
29/08/2023 • 3 minutes 5 seconds
Clonmel families facing 'tough days ahead' after crash
We talk to Minister of State at the Department of Transport Jack Chambers on the recent road death tragedies and plans to phase out cash at NCT centres.
28/08/2023 • 9 minutes 10 seconds
'Technical issue' to cause major disruption to Irish flights
Minister of State Jack Chambers and Travel Journalist Eoghan Corry as issue witj UK airspace is expected to have a "major impact" on Irish flights.
28/08/2023 • 3 minutes 34 seconds
Eurozone economic data "seriously distorted" by US multinationals here
We talk to Stefan Gerlach, Chief Economist at EFG Bank in Zurich and a former Deputy governor of Irish Central Bank.
28/08/2023 • 6 minutes 36 seconds
Tuam's St Jarlath's College becomes co-ed school
We've been talking to Principal of St Jarlath's Secondary School, John Kelly, as the well known Tuam school welcomed girls for the first time in its 223 history.
28/08/2023 • 4 minutes 40 seconds
Pinergy announces another cut to electricity prices
Analysis from Head of Communications at bonkers.ie Daragh Cassidy.
28/08/2023 • 4 minutes 41 seconds
Hearsay evidence permitted in Soldier F case
Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney on the judge's ruling on Soldier F hearsay evidence
25/08/2023 • 3 minutes 48 seconds
Leaving Cert students celebrate success
Students at Our Lady of Mercy School in Drimnagh in Dublin tell Philip Bromwell about the moment they got their results
25/08/2023 • 1 minute 28 seconds
Concern over Leaving Cert grade inflation
Pól Ó Dochartaigh, Deputy President and Registrar from the University of Galway
25/08/2023 • 8 minutes 10 seconds
RTÉ barter account report due
Tommy Meskill of our Political Staff looks ahead to its publication
25/08/2023 • 3 minutes 27 seconds
Only two Navy ships at sea "extremely worrying"
We speak to Micheál Martin, Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence
25/08/2023 • 17 minutes 23 seconds
Irish Memorial Honors Firefighters Lost on 9/11
We speak to Tommy McEnroe Jr, former Pipe Major with New York Fire Department
24/08/2023 • 3 minutes 39 seconds
INMO: HSE trolley targets sound like admission of defeat
We get reaction from the INMO General Secretary, Phil Ní Sheaghdha
24/08/2023 • 5 minutes 55 seconds
Petrol and diesel prices set to jump again next week
We hear from Kevin McPartlan, CEO of Fuels for Ireland and speak to Blake Boland, spokesperson for AA Ireland
24/08/2023 • 4 minutes 33 seconds
Putin silent after Wagner chief Prigozhin 'killed in plane crash'
For the latest we talk to Roland Oliphant, senior foreign correspondent at the Telegraph newspaper
24/08/2023 • 4 minutes 46 seconds
Calls for clarity gender equality referendum wording
We hear from Ivana Bacik, leader of the Labour party and chair of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Gender Equality
24/08/2023 • 5 minutes 32 seconds
Trump to report to Atlanta jail in election-subversion case
We get the latest from Brendan Keefe, Chief Investigative Reporter for Atlanta News First
24/08/2023 • 3 minutes 12 seconds
Just two Naval ships to patrol Irish waters
Cathal Berry TD give responds to further reduction in active naval ships
24/08/2023 • 4 minutes 32 seconds
Resilient Ciara Mageean on the edge of greatness
Ciara Mageean, the fourth fastest woman in the world in the 1500 metres
23/08/2023 • 7 minutes 20 seconds
India's Chandrayaan-3 becomes the first spacecraft to land near the south pole of the Moon
We speak to Dr Niamh Shaw
23/08/2023 • 4 minutes 42 seconds
Govt's failure to act on sky-high energy prices means Irish households face another winter of high energy bills- Soc Dems
We speak to Jennifer Whitmore, Social Democrats spokesperson on Energy.
23/08/2023 • 3 minutes 51 seconds
Safety fears after Nazi flags flown near mosque
We've been speaking to the mosque's chairman Imam Jamal Iweida.
23/08/2023 • 3 minutes 48 seconds
Gardai outline details of Dublin policing policy
We speak to Angela Willis, Assistant Commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Region, and we get reaction from Richard Guiney, Chief Executive Officer of Dublin Town, a group representing businesses in the city centre.
23/08/2023 • 11 minutes 47 seconds
New variant Eris detected here and is impacting on our health services- CMO
We speak to Chief Medical Officer Professor Breda Smyth
22/08/2023 • 8 minutes 49 seconds
PSNI chief meeting oversight body on data breaches
We speak to Vincent Kearney, our Northern Editor
22/08/2023 • 3 minutes 20 seconds
Almost 4,000 children waiting for first-time CAMHS appointment
We speak to Mark Ward, Sinn Fein's Spokesperson for Mental Health
22/08/2023 • 4 minutes 27 seconds
Competitors speak about Ironman event in Cork
Ironman competitors Keith O'Sullivan & Winnie Moore speak of what it was like taking part the Ironman in Cork
22/08/2023 • 10 minutes 19 seconds
Big two days ahead for Irish track athletes
Greg Allen, reporting from the World Athletics Championships in Budapest
22/08/2023 • 36 minutes 4 seconds
Snail due to return to Lough Talt with help from Uisce Eireann
Olwyn James, Senior Planning Mgr at Uisce Eireann explains how the project works as reported in the Irish Times
21/08/2023 • 4 minutes 27 seconds
Primary school principals warn of teacher shortage
Páiric Clerkin, CEO of Irish Principals' Network speaks to us
21/08/2023 • 4 minutes 47 seconds
Sage Advocacy on concerns regarding new decision-making laws
Mervyn Taylor, CEO Sage Advocacy speaks to us
21/08/2023 • 4 minutes 31 seconds
Man in court charged in relation to PSNI data breach
Vincent Kearney, Northern Editor was in court
21/08/2023 • 2 minutes 33 seconds
Finance Minister says change in RTÉ culture needed before more funding committed
Brian Stanley, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee
21/08/2023 • 5 minutes 8 seconds
Killer UK nurse Lucy Letby jailed for rest of her life
Mr Justice Goss gives his sentence on Lucy Letby at Manchester Crown Court & Enda Brady, UK based journalist, reports
21/08/2023 • 7 minutes 47 seconds
Grocery inflation drops to lowest rate since Nov
Robert Shortt, Economics Correspondent reports
21/08/2023 • 3 minutes 3 seconds
Reaction to ending of Tubridy talks
Professor Jane Suiter, DCU discusses RTE's future following latest developments
18/08/2023 • 5 minutes 13 seconds
Concern over funding for independent television
ShinAwil CEO Larry Bass warns Irish content could disappear if people refuse to pay the TV licence fee
18/08/2023 • 9 minutes 50 seconds
Storm Betty to cause heavy rain
Senior Met Éireann forecaster Gerry Murphy outlines wind and rain warnings for Friday
18/08/2023 • 4 minutes 5 seconds
Rain preventing crop harvesting
Kieran McEvoy, IFA, says rain and poor field conditions leave huge volume of crops yet to be harvested
18/08/2023 • 2 minutes 6 seconds
Food crisis in South Sudan worsening
Mary Ellen McGroarty, World Food Programme director in South Sudan on food insecurity affecting 8 million
18/08/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
British nurse guilty of murdering seven babies
Vincent McAvinney reports on the guilty verdict for British nurse Lucy Letby who murdered seven babies at the Countess Chester Hospital
18/08/2023 • 2 minutes 2 seconds
Minister seeking “proper assessment” of RTÉ finances
Minister for Finance Michael McGrath explains that he is considering short and long-term funding options for RTE in budget
18/08/2023 • 10 minutes 48 seconds
RTB orders landlord to pay €7,000 after letting house to new tenants at higher rent
Amy Molloy, Public Affairs Correspondent with the Irish Independent on the case of a landlord who evicted tenants after claiming he was selling the property but instead let it out at a higher rent
17/08/2023 • 3 minutes 29 seconds
Noticeable reduction in cup litter according to Killarney businesses
Killian Tracey, one of the organisers of the Killarney coffee cup project discusses positive results after first five weeks
17/08/2023 • 5 minutes 17 seconds
Second Common Crane chick has fledged here in 300 yrs
Mark McCorry, Ecologist at Bord na Móna speaks to us
17/08/2023 • 3 minutes 13 seconds
Chat show host Michael Parkinson has died aged 88
Producer & Riverdance promoter, John McColgan who worked with Michael Parkinson & Newstalk presenter Pat Kenny, pay tribute to Michael Parkinson who has died
17/08/2023 • 13 minutes 11 seconds
Retained firefighters suspend industrial action
Reporter Fergal O'Brien on how retained firefights suspended their industrial action at midday
17/08/2023 • 3 minutes 48 seconds
550 deaths linked to 'adverse incidents' in health care
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent reports
17/08/2023 • 3 minutes 21 seconds
Secret room found in 800-year-old Johnstown Castle
Anne O'Donoghue, CEO of the Irish Heritage Trust
16/08/2023 • 4 minutes 2 seconds
'Plausible' RTÉ altered Tubridy pay to keep under €500K- GT review
Chair of the RTÉ Board, Siún Ní Raghallaigh speaks to us about the latest Grant Thornton report published today
16/08/2023 • 12 minutes 8 seconds
Travis King: North Korea says US soldier fled because of racism in army
Alannah Hill, deputy managing editor at NK News speaks to us
16/08/2023 • 2 minutes 45 seconds
Unions "gravely concerned" at latest RTÉ revelations
Seamus Dooley, General Secretary of the NUJ
16/08/2023 • 4 minutes 4 seconds
Finance Minister asks Central Bank for account of causes of BOI technical issues
Ciara O'Brien, Irish Times Technology Journalist has the latest
16/08/2023 • 4 minutes 45 seconds
Reaction to latest RTÉ developments
Niamh Smyth TD & Chair of the Joint Oireachtas Media Committee gives reaction to latest Grant Thornton report
16/08/2023 • 3 minutes 25 seconds
OXFAM Ireland calls on Govt to target windfall taxes on those benefiting from cost of living and interest rate increases
We hear from Jim Clarken, CEO of Oxfam Ireland
15/08/2023 • 5 minutes 24 seconds
Investigation after building set on fire in South Dublin
We get the latest from our reporter Conor who is in Ballybrack
15/08/2023 • 2 minutes 37 seconds
Culture Night to take place on Friday 22 September
We hear from Maureen Kennelly. Arts Council Director
15/08/2023 • 4 minutes 7 seconds
Emergency services are at the scene of a large fire at a McDonald's in Newbridge, Co Kildare.
Our reporter Joan O'Sullivan reports from the scene in Newbridge
15/08/2023 • 1 minute 58 seconds
68% of young Irish adults still living with parents
We hear from Cian O'Callaghan, Social Democrats deputy leader and housing spokesperson
15/08/2023 • 4 minutes 38 seconds
Omagh relatives to lay flowers on 25th anniversary of bombing
Michael Gallagher, whose son Aiden was among those killed, and will be attending today's event speaks to us
15/08/2023 • 7 minutes 41 seconds
Plans to double public service apprenticeship places
We speak to Simon Harris, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.
15/08/2023 • 7 minutes 58 seconds
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Growing and serious delays in the conveyancing process are leading to property sales falling through, according to estate agents
We hear from Chief Executive of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, Pat Davitt
14/08/2023 • 3 minutes 32 seconds
Redacted document, purporting to be from a major PSNI data leak, posted overnight on a wall facing a Sinn Fein office in Belfast.
We speak to Our Northern Editor Vincent Kearney
14/08/2023 • 2 minutes 12 seconds
More notices to quit as landlords sell properties
Focus Ireland's Mike Allen explains the imapct of 5,735 notices to quit April -June
11/08/2023 • 5 minutes 30 seconds
Hundreds still missing on Maui
Maui businessman Cole Millington and Bill Dorman, Hawaii Public Radio speak about the utter devastation on the Island
11/08/2023 • 9 minutes 50 seconds
More children entitled to free GP care
Dr Tadhg Crowley. IMO discusses the extension of free GP visits to children under 8
11/08/2023 • 6 minutes 38 seconds
Prisoners released under US-Iran deal
Dr Sanam Vakil, Middle East expert discusses the US-Iran deal that's led to a number of people being moved from a Tehran prison
11/08/2023 • 4 minutes 47 seconds
Ukraine war arrivals trending downward
Tommy Meskill has the latest numbers of Ukrainian and International Protection arrivals to Ireland
11/08/2023 • 2 minutes 27 seconds
AIB reassures tracker mortgage customers
Will Goodbody reports that AIB mortgage customers who received letters won't face higher than anticipated repayments
11/08/2023 • 3 minutes 7 seconds
2,300 Mediterranean migrants dead or missing this year - IOM
Julia Black of the International Organisation for Migration discusses the latest loss of life
10/08/2023 • 5 minutes 7 seconds
At least 36 dead on Maui
Bill Dorman, Hawaii public radio on the wildfire disaster on the island of Maui
10/08/2023 • 5 minutes 47 seconds
Award for Grace composer and author
Mullingar brothers Frank and Sean O'Meara tell Sinead Hussey about the famous Irish song
10/08/2023 • 4 minutes
PSNI Chief Constable explains data breach to Policing Board
Belfast journalist Sam McBride discusses the latest on the PSNI data breach
10/08/2023 • 4 minutes 3 seconds
Irish man assaulted in Perth emerges from coma
The father and sister of 41-year-old Frank Staples talk about his condition in a Perth hospital
10/08/2023 • 46 minutes 59 seconds
Extreme weather patterns explained
Eoin Moran, Director of Met Eireann on why we are experiencing such extreme weather
10/08/2023 • 5 minutes 57 seconds
Free post-primary school books part of budget negotiations
Education Minister Norma Foley speaks about free school books and voluntary contributions
10/08/2023 • 3 minutes 51 seconds
Should by-elections be scrapped? Should the voting age be lowered?
Our political reporter Sandra Hurley looks at the questions faced by the new Electoral Commission
09/08/2023 • 5 minutes 58 seconds
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to visit Linfield Football Club in Belfast
We talk to Roy McGivern - Chairman of Linfield Football Club
09/08/2023 • 2 minutes 42 seconds
Italian banks hit with surprise windfall tax
We speak to Victoria Scholar, head of Investment at Interactive Investor
09/08/2023 • 3 minutes 46 seconds
Just 4,000 steps a day could 'reduce risk of death' - study
We speak to Professor Maciej Bannock, the lead author of this research
09/08/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
PSNI 'major data breach': latest
We hear from Freya McClements, the Northern Editor of the Irish Times and speak to the Sinn Féin Policing spokesperson Gerry Kelly
09/08/2023 • 12 minutes 7 seconds
Amazon deal lacks concrete measures, say climate activists
We get the latest from Sarah O'Sullivan is a journalist based in Rio
09/08/2023 • 3 minutes 23 seconds
More psychological services needed for victims & survivors of the Troubles in NI
Dr Michael Duffy from the School of Social Sciences, Education & Social Work at Queen's University in Belfast
08/08/2023 • 7 minutes 38 seconds
More than 1,000 evacuated as Portugal wildfire spreads
Alison Roberts, Journalist based in Lisbon reports on the latest
08/08/2023 • 2 minutes 41 seconds
New service cuts eye procedure waiting lists
Fergal Bowers Health Correspondent reports
08/08/2023 • 3 minutes 9 seconds
New Athlone Greenway Bridge opens
Teresa Mannion reports from the new bridge in Athlone, which is part of the planned coast to coast greenway between Galway & Dublin
08/08/2023 • 2 minutes 50 seconds
Music, applause as Sinéad O'Connor is remembered in Bray
Aengus Cox reports from Bray seafront where thousands gathered to pass their respects
08/08/2023 • 5 minutes 32 seconds
July hottest month on record says EU climate agency
Professor Peter Thorne, Climate Scientists and Director of ICARUS Irish Climate and Research Analyst Unit at Maynooth University
08/08/2023 • 4 minutes 58 seconds
Crowds line Bray seafront for Sinéad O'Connor funeral
Chief Imam at the Islamic Centre of Ireland, Dr Umar Al-Qadri, who led prayers at the funeral service
08/08/2023 • 5 minutes 42 seconds
Barbie film hits $1bn mark at global box office
We speak to Helen O'Hara, film journalist of Empire Magazine and author of Women Vs Hollywood: The Fall And Rise Of Women In Film about how significant a moment this is for the Hollywood blockbuster
07/08/2023 • 3 minutes 38 seconds
Airspace over Niger closed by coup leaders
They are are awaiting a military response from neighbouring countries. Members of the Economic Community of West African States issued an ultimatum to the junta which expired last night. Foreign powers say they hope for a peaceful resolution. We speak to Declan Walsh, the New York Times Chief Africa Correspondent
07/08/2023 • 3 minutes 36 seconds
Irish scouts prepare to leave jamboree site in S Korea amid typhoon warning
They are among over 36,000 scouts being evacuated from the World Scouts Jamboree in South Koreadue to an impanding typhoon. We speak Chief Scout of Scouting Ireland Jill Pitcher Farrell about the situation where they are at the moment
07/08/2023 • 6 minutes 20 seconds
Reward offered to track down those responsible for the deaths of two dogs in Co Tyrone
PSNI investigate after bodies of two dogs were found weighted down in a lake in Co Tyrone. The USPCA have offered a reward for information following the discovery We speakg to its Director of Operations, Siobhan McHaffie
07/08/2023 • 3 minutes 23 seconds
Calls for financial supports for landowners facing big bills to remove dying roadside ash trees
The trees are infected with ash dieback disease which is expected to kill up to 90% of them. Under the law, landowners are liable for any damage caused by their trees. Our agriculture and consumer affair correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh has been telling us more
07/08/2023 • 5 minutes 6 seconds
Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann begins Sunday
Joe Connaire discusses the Fleadh in Mullingar in Co Westmeath which runs from 6-14 August
04/08/2023 • 3 minutes 52 seconds
Scouts treated for heat-related illnesses at Jamboree
Jill Pitcher Farrell talks about how Irish participants at World Scout Jamboree in South Korea are coping with the heat
04/08/2023 • 5 minutes 26 seconds
Ryanair warns of 'mass cancellations' over airport noise rule
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary says Fingal County Council's order to reduce night flights at the airport is "stupid and idiotic"
04/08/2023 • 8 minutes 9 seconds
Figures highlight low female recruitment to Defense Forces
Honor Murphy of the Women of Honour campaign responds to latest figures on female recruitment into the Defense Forces
04/08/2023 • 3 minutes 55 seconds
Protest held over Shannon flooding
Agriculture and Consumer Affairs Correspondent Joe Mag Raollaigh reports from the protest near Athlone
04/08/2023 • 2 minutes 20 seconds
Man guilty of murder over 40 years ago
Eleanor Burnhill reports on the guilty verdict in the trial of Cork man Noel Long at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin
04/08/2023 • 5 minutes 41 seconds
Gardaí following definite line of inquiry in fatal road rage incident
Irish Times Crime Correspondent Conor Lally reports on the death of Martin Lynn from injuries sustained outside his Dublin home.
04/08/2023 • 3 minutes 1 second
What will the sale of Laya Healthcare mean for customers?
Patricia Byron, Chairperson of the Health Insurance Authority on how AXA is buying Laya Healthcare
03/08/2023 • 2 minutes 58 seconds
Approx 75,000 acres of farmland flooded in parts of Co Offaly
Emily Young of Save Our Shannon Organisation on the 75,000 acres of farmland in an area known as "The Callows" which is underwater
03/08/2023 • 4 minutes 23 seconds
Big increase in 'mistaken' 999 calls from mobiles
Adrian Weckler, Technology Editor with Independent Newspapers on a glitch in some phones that causes them to ring emergency services
03/08/2023 • 3 minutes 38 seconds
Trump set to appear in court to face election charges
Julia Manchester, National Political Reporter with 'The Hill' in Washington DC
03/08/2023 • 3 minutes 20 seconds
Two hospitals currently dealing with Covid outbreaks
Phil Ní Sheaghdha, General Secretary of the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation
03/08/2023 • 5 minutes 16 seconds
Funerals of girls killed in Monaghan crash to be held
Laura Hogan, North East Correspondent reports on the funerals of 17-yr-old Kiea McCann and 16-yr-old Dlava Mohamed
03/08/2023 • 3 minutes 55 seconds
3 red panda cubs born in Co Cork
Sean McKeown, Director of Fota Wildlife Park on their new arrivals
03/08/2023 • 2 minutes 52 seconds
Foreign nationals continue to leave Niger after coup
Declan Walsh, Chief Africa Correspondent with the New York Times
03/08/2023 • 4 minutes 40 seconds
Puffins depart Skellig Mhicheal early
Niall Hatch, Birdwatch Ireland, on this year's premature departure of puffins from Skellig Mhicheal
02/08/2023 • 3 minutes 17 seconds
Donald Trump indicted again
Julia Manchester, The Hill, discusses the latest indictment of former president Trump for trying to overturn the 2020 election result
02/08/2023 • 4 minutes 58 seconds
Soccer homecoming event tomorrow
Justin Treacy reports from Dublin Airport as the women's World Cup soccer team touches down
02/08/2023 • 3 minutes 33 seconds
Crash victims' funerals tomorrow
Locals and Angela Graham, Clones Family Resource Centre, speak about the deaths of teenagers Kiea McCann and Dlava Mohamed
02/08/2023 • 6 minutes 7 seconds
Russia attacks port of Izmail
Journalist Emmanuelle Chaze in Kyiv on why Russia is attacking Ukranian ports
02/08/2023 • 4 minutes 51 seconds
TV licence renewals down 23 per cent
Seamus Dooley of the NUJ is concerned about the fall in the number of TV licences sold last month compared to a year ago
02/08/2023 • 5 minutes 55 seconds
Dublin Airport ordered to reduce night flights
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith reports that Fingal County Council has has ordered Dublin Airport to reduce night time flights
02/08/2023 • 2 minutes 27 seconds
Water workers picket 9 local authorities
Tom Fitzgerald of UNITE on what workers need to return to work
02/08/2023 • 5 minutes 21 seconds
Road deaths in the first half of 2023 the worst for six years
We speak to Liz O’Donnell, Chairperson of the Road Safety Authority
01/08/2023 • 6 minutes 2 seconds
New car registrations up over 20% so far this year
Figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry also show an increase in the sale of electric cars. We talk to Brian Cooke, Director General of the SIMI
01/08/2023 • 2 minutes 9 seconds
Most Irish authors ever on Booker prize longlist
We speak to James Shaprio, one of the judges who chose the 13 books for this year's longlist. We also speak to one of those longlisted - Elaine Feeney author of the "How to Build a Boat" joins us from our Galway studio
01/08/2023 • 8 minutes 39 seconds
'Deep shock' as two teenagers killed in Monaghan crash on way to Debs
We speak to local priest Fr Peter Corrigan, who was called to the scene of the tragedy last night. We also speak to David Maxwell, Cathaoirleach of Monaghan County Council and member of the Largy College Board of Management
01/08/2023 • 9 minutes 13 seconds
Call for election candidates not to have to publish their home addresses
We hear from Green Party TD Patrick Costello
01/08/2023 • 4 minutes 3 seconds
Tensions simmer between Katie McCabe and Vera Pauw
We hear from Sineád O'Carroll who was in Australia covering the World Cup for the Journal and the 42
01/08/2023 • 4 minutes 8 seconds
Back in Blue Dublin, All Ireland Football Champions again
We hear from Dublin Lord Mayor Daithí De Róiste
31/07/2023 • 2 minutes 3 seconds
Insurance laws change from today
We speak to Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee.
31/07/2023 • 7 minutes 25 seconds
Burning ship, carrying thousands of new cars, being towed to new location off the Dutch coast today
We get the latest from Anna Holligan, Correspondent with the BBC in the Netherlands
31/07/2023 • 3 minutes 47 seconds
Man admits murders of two men and harming third in Sligo
We get the latest from our legal affairs correspondent, Orla O'Donnell.
31/07/2023 • 2 minutes 25 seconds
Major drug dealer in the West and North West jailed for eleven years.
We speak to our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds
31/07/2023 • 3 minutes 17 seconds
5% of adults who experienced sexual violence as an adult and told others - disclosed to the police.
CSO Statistician Helen McGrath
31/07/2023 • 4 minutes 32 seconds
Eurozone inflation falls in July but consumers will still feel the pinch
We hear from Daragh Cassidy from Bonkers.ie
31/07/2023 • 5 minutes 33 seconds
Ireland sign off Down Under with draw against Nigeria
We cross live to Australia - our reporter Samantha Libreri in pitchside at Brisbane Stadium.
31/07/2023 • 5 minutes 22 seconds
Irish-UK joint Euro 2028 bid strengthened as Turkey look to 2032
We talk to Miguel Delaney chief football writer at The Independent
28/07/2023 • 7 minutes 16 seconds
Three men given 15 years each for attack on security guards
Fergal O'Brien reports.
28/07/2023 • 3 minutes 21 seconds
GAA World Games finals taking place in Celtic Park
We talk to Charlie Harrison, GAA International Manager on this year's competition.
28/07/2023 • 5 minutes 40 seconds
Supreme Court rejects Quirke application for retrial
Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports and analysis from Dr Eoin O'Dell Associate Professor School of Law TCD.
28/07/2023 • 7 minutes 47 seconds
€10m announced to increase garda visibility in Dublin
Our Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds talks to Justice Minister Helen McEntee.
28/07/2023 • 3 minutes 56 seconds
Conflict in Sudan sees 3m displaced after 100 days
We talk to Kate Nolan, deputy director of operations with Médecins Sans Frontières in Sudan.
28/07/2023 • 3 minutes
Call for legislation following RTE Investigates 'Sex for Rent'
We talk to CEO of Ruhama Barbara Jordan.
28/07/2023 • 3 minutes 24 seconds
Film maker and friend Neil Jordan pays tribute to Sinéad O'Connor
We speak to Neil Jordan, a friend and musical collaborator on his films Michael Collins and The Butcher Boy.
27/07/2023 • 4 minutes 52 seconds
Sinéad O'Connor: An immense talent remembered
We hear tributes from singer Declan O Rourke, author Allyson McCabe and film director Margot Harkin
27/07/2023 • 12 minutes 43 seconds
Sinéad O'Connor died at London home, UK police confirm
We speak to our London Correspondent, John Kilraine.
27/07/2023 • 40 seconds
Tributes to 'the greatest voice of her generation'
Our reporter Laura Whelan has been to Bray in County Wicklow, home to Sinead O'Connor for many years.
27/07/2023 • 5 minutes 21 seconds
HIQA review finds no definitely effective Long Covid treatments
We hear from Michelle O’Neill, Deputy Director, HIQA
27/07/2023 • 2 minutes 41 seconds
ECB increases rates by 0.25% again
We get the latest from our Business Editor Will Goodbody
27/07/2023 • 4 minutes 17 seconds
Retained firefighters resume strike action
Brian O'Donovan, Work & Technology Correspondent reports
26/07/2023 • 4 minutes 34 seconds
US Embassy updates advice to citizens travelling to Ireland
Lisa Kennedy CEO of the Irish Tourist Assistance Service
26/07/2023 • 3 minutes 57 seconds
CAMHS: Inspector can't give assurances on safe care
Chief Executive of Mental Health Commission John Farrelly on the review carried out into CAMHS services
26/07/2023 • 8 minutes 11 seconds
Live updates from Ireland v Canada in the World Cup
Samantha Libreri reports from pitchside in Perth
26/07/2023 • 4 minutes 15 seconds
HIQA report says at-risk children left on waiting lists for months
Ailbhe Conneely Social Affairs Correspondent
26/07/2023 • 4 minutes 4 seconds
EU Ombudsman asks Frontex about role in rescue operations after Greek boat tragedy
Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly announces an inquiry into the role of EU border agency Frontex in one of the deadliest shipwrecks in decades
26/07/2023 • 5 minutes 8 seconds
Tributes to Mayo born Smyths Toys director
Pat McGrath reports on tributes to Smyths Toys Superstores director Liam Smyth who died aged 60.
25/07/2023 • 2 minutes 4 seconds
41% of charities failed to file annual finances on time
We talk to Helen Martin the Charities Regulator Chief Executive.
25/07/2023 • 5 minutes 22 seconds
Heat and fires continue to cause travel chaos
We talk to Travel Journalist Eoghan Corry.
25/07/2023 • 3 minutes 14 seconds
Survivor says family and friends kept her alive as father handed ten year abuse sentence
Our Legal Affairs Correspondent Orla O'Donnell talks to Karen Harkin(22) from Buncrana who waived her anonymity so her father Michael Carter(55) could be named after he was sentenced to ten-and-a-half years for raping her as a child.
25/07/2023 • 7 minutes 32 seconds
Govt outlines eligibility criteria for accessing publicly funded IVF
We talk to Health Minister Stephen Donnelly.
25/07/2023 • 8 minutes 15 seconds
Ireland will not meet upcoming carbon budget targets, climate council warns
We talk to Dr Paul Deane, Research Scientist Clean Energy at University College Cork .
25/07/2023 • 4 minutes 35 seconds
'You will die in prison' - Irishman recalls Iran ordeal
Irish man Bernard Phelan speaks to reporter Conor Hunt about his experience in a jail in Iran
24/07/2023 • 1 minute 38 seconds
Thousands more evacuated as Greece battles wildfires
Bridget Davidson from Bangor in Co Down is at the airport in Rhodes and speaks to us, we also hear from journalist Damian Mac Con Uladh in Greece too
24/07/2023 • 9 minutes 4 seconds
Woman who was raped by her father speaks out
Courts Correspondent Orla O'Donnell reports
24/07/2023 • 4 minutes 34 seconds
Renewed appeal for missing woman 30 yrs on
Reporter Laura Fletcher on the disappearance of 39-yr-old Eva Brennan from Dublin on July 25th 1993
24/07/2023 • 2 minutes 59 seconds
Limerick preparing for a big party in the city
Liam Ahern MC for the Limerick homecoming celebrations
24/07/2023 • 3 minutes 2 seconds
Inflation has peaked & economy will grow again says research by EY
Dr Loretta O'Sullivan, Chief Economist with EY Ireland on their Summer Forecast report
24/07/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
We hear from the Irish working in Perth Australia on what life is like there
Samantha Libreri reports from Perth, Australia
24/07/2023 • 5 minutes 40 seconds
Annual wholesale electricity prices down over 35% in June
Analysis from our Economics Correspondent Robert Shortt.
21/07/2023 • 3 minutes 56 seconds
LDA to buy private sites for provision of affordable housing
We talk to CEO of the Land Development Agency John Coleman.
21/07/2023 • 9 minutes 8 seconds
UN committee member concerned over Irish children in care
Our Social Affairs Correspondent Ailbhe Conneely speaks to UN Committee on the Rights of the Child Professor Philip Jaffé.
21/07/2023 • 3 minutes 20 seconds
GAA & DCU seek phD candidate to test how hurley and sliotar interact
We talk to Dermot Brabazon, Professor in Material Science and Engineering, DCU.
21/07/2023 • 4 minutes 4 seconds
Football Australia head tips Ireland to qualify for next round
Head of Women’s Football at Football Australia Sarah Walsh talks to our reporter in Sydney Samantha Libreri.
21/07/2023 • 5 minutes 42 seconds
By-election defeats for Sunak's Tories but UK PM spared whitewash
Analysis from Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London.
21/07/2023 • 3 minutes 42 seconds
Tourist injured after Dublin city centre gang attack
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent reports
20/07/2023 • 3 minutes 13 seconds
Retained firefighters to resume strike action next week
Karan O'Loughlin, SIPTU Divisional Organiser on the rejection of the Labour Court proposals by their members
20/07/2023 • 3 minutes 7 seconds
Ireland lose their opening match against hosts Australia
Samantha Libreri reports from Sydney, while Martin Curtin, former Ireland international & Conan Byrne, former League of Ireland player give their reaction, along with fans at Dalymount Park