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# Prime Time

Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
HSE to conduct review into 2023 sepsis death after man discharged from University Hospital Limerick
This year
2024
Martin and Steen trade barbs in Prime Time debate as referendum campaigns enter final days
The debate was chaired by Sarah McInerney on Prime Time.
Bernie Sanders says Joe Biden is 'very wrong' on the issue of Israel and Gaza
Last year
2023
Garda Commissioner faces questions from TDs after Dublin Riots
Varadkar: Israel is 'under threat' but 'doesn't have right' to breach international law
The Remote: Sex for Rent exposé and a Sinéad O'Connor documentary
Sean Cox able to walk for first time since 2018 attack through exoskeleton therapy
All time
TD says comment about 'druggies' on O'Connell Street was 'maybe a poor choice of language'
Taoiseach struck by violence on O'Connell Street and says 'fabric of the street must change'
Family 'devastated' that school for children with autism not ready for September opening
Father of Captain Dara Fitzpatrick 'relieved' following inquest ruling
Taoiseach apologises to family of twins with autism who were 'failed' by the state
No plan to reintroduce restrictions but Covid figures are 'very concerning', Donnelly says
Cork University Maternity Hospital apologises after babies' organs were incinerated
'Just ignore the bell': Whistleblowers raise concerns about patient care in nursing homes
'We don't have the definitive figure': Housing Minister says number of mica-affected homes could be higher
Internal Department of Health review finds no evidence of 'secret dossiers' on children with autism
'Sucker punch': Unions criticise new vaccine strategy but Varadkar says decision based 'on the science'
Sarah McInerney and Fran McNulty to join Prime Time presenter lineup
RTÉ to pay €20,000 to charity after republican party Éirígí is wrongly linked to murder on Prime Time
Dr Peter Boylan: The RTÉ Investigates programme reminds us of the issues facing the State-funded National Maternity Hospital
Dr Peter Boylan
RTÉ apologises to Declan Ganley over Prime Time programme broadcast 12 years ago
Pubs in parts of Dublin with coronavirus outbreaks should not reopen, says expert
'It just beggars belief': Head of road safety group says questions remain over Cowen drink driving ban
'Some people may be snobbish': Leo Varadkar defends using Mean Girls quote in his Covid speech
'Belt and braces approach': Taoiseach says tighter monitoring of anyone entering Ireland is needed
'It'd be like asking John Delaney to take over the FAI again': The key points from the RTÉ debate
Mary Lou McDonald to appear in RTÉ party leaders' debate
Sean Quinn says those threatening QIH 'not doing it in my name' and urges them to 'cease immediately'
Family speak of anger over daughter's killer being granted escorted day release
Three complaints about RTÉ Prime Time's report on transgender issues rejected by BAI
'Our trust has been betrayed': Hyde and Seek parents speak out after RTÉ Investigates programme
'My mam deserves justice': Daughter of Irene White appeals to public for information
Ireland South debate: Carbon tax and EU army dominate as nine candidates battle it out ahead of Friday's vote
'There's something in your heart that tells you that you're not ready to give it up'
RTÉ receives more than 500 pieces of feedback over Prime Time programme about transgender issues
Trans activists hold protest outside RTÉ studios ahead of Prime Time programme tonight
Leah Remini is warning Ireland about Scientology after last night's Prime Time
'It was horrific': Family of Kilkenny mother-of-two murdered in 1984 speak of ongoing anguish
Pensioner had visiting hours cut at wife's HSE-run care home after protesting over lapses in her care