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# Prime Time

All time
# Little Harvard
In letter to parents, creche 'does not accept general thrust' of RTÉ footage
Little Harvard has defended itself in a letter sent home with children who attend its five creches this week in the wake of the ‘A Breach of Trust’ programme.
# JobBridge
Nationwide JobBridge ban for creche chains featured in RTÉ programme
The Department of Social Protection says no interns have been sent to the creches involved, and none will be.
# Childcare
McDonald criticises JobBridge's 'no experience required' childcare positions
A number of internships advertised on the site require only secondary level qualifications.
# A Breach of Trust
Did you miss the Prime Time creche expose? Here's what happened
With RTÉ not making the programme available to view again, presents an in-depth recap of the programme for those who missed it.
# Childcare
Garda investigation into alleged child abuse following RTÉ documentary
Frances Fitzgerald says both the Gardaí and the HSE are investigating the footage broadcast on Prime Time last night.
# A Breach of Trust
Links Childcare plans CCTV streaming as it tries to 'repair loss of trust'
The under fire creche has issued a statement about RTÉ’s damning Prime Time investigation into practices of its staff.
# Leaders' Questions
Taoiseach on creche controversy: ‘God knows what has happened in other locations’
Enda Kenny told the Dáíl this morning that the government needed to the get the provision of childcare in Ireland right.
# Childcare
Fitzgerald “witnessed emotional abuse of children” in crèche footage
The Minister said that the undercover footage “would strike horror into every parent watching”.
# Your Say
Poll: Are you worried that mistreatment of children in crèches is more widespread?
Last night’s shocking revelations in RTÉ’s Prime Time programme have brought the issue of treatment of children in Irish childcare facilities into the spotlight.
# A Breach of Trust
RTÉ: No repeats or online airing of Prime Time creche investigation
The one-off broadcast last night showed young children being mistreated by staff at three creches in Dublin and Wicklow.
# A Breach of Trust
Anger as RTE Prime Time shows mistreatment of creche children
The programme which aired last night showed staff aggressively handling children, shouting at them, and leaving them in high chairs for long periods.
# A Breach of Trust
RTE Prime Time creche investigation to air tonight
The station has promised parents it will only broadcast the programme once and it will not by uploaded to the RTE Player.
# Suicide
'Horror movie in a pill': Side-effects of Lariam worse than malaria
A recent RTÉ investigation looks at the links between the anti-malarial and suicide.
# Childcare
Childhood professionals concerned about RTÉ doc revelations
The Assocation of Childhood Professionals have called on the government to work with its members to achieve quality in care.
# Creche
Government shocked by creche claims: 'It's every parent's worst nightmare'
The HSE have been in contact with RTÉ and will be shown the undercover footage today.
# Childcare
HSE and Gardai investigating creches after RTE exposé
“Nightmare situation” for parents as RTE uncover possible mistreatment of children in Dublin creches.
# Your Say
Poll: Should Alan Shatter have made his Prime Time comments?
As a row between Alan Shatter and Mick Wallace rumbles on, we ask was the Minister’s use of information appropriate?
# shatter vs wallace
Shatter rubbishes Wallace and upholds view he had penalty points quashed
Shatter said that Wallace was “making a pretence, for political purposes”.
# Aer Lingus Flight 712
Can you help identify a victim from the 1968 Aer Lingus plane crash?
45 years after the crash, the 14th and final body to be recovered has finally had a DNA profile created for it.
# clothing banks
Shatter calls for report on the activities of gangs targeting clothing banks
The minister said that he wanted to know what could be done to bring them to justice.
# Prime Time
Prime Time criticised as candidates excluded from Meath East debate
Candidates from the Workers’ Party, the Green Party and Direct Democracy Ireland have been excluded from tonight’s debate.
# crisis
Finance Minister 'disappointed' banks haven't dealt with personal debt
New mortgage figures show that 94,488 mortgage accounts are in arrears of more than three months.
# by your powers combined
Are Pat Kenny and Miriam O’Callaghan suited for each other?
What will happen when they join forces tonight? We look at the evidence.
Pics, video: New look Prime Time starts on RTÉ One tonight
Claire Byrne and Pat Kenny are recruited to the Prime Time team, joining Miriam O’Callaghan for the now thrice-weekly show.
New editor named for RTÉ Investigations Unit
Paul Maguire, who won awards for his Prime Time Investigates reports, is to take over new section.
# Expert Group
Sinn Féin brand leak of expert group report on abortion "disgraceful"
The parties health spokesperson, Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, called for its immediate release in light of the leak.
# Prime Time
Donogh Diamond new editor of RTÉ's Prime Time
The reporter and presenter has been with the flagship show for 15 years.
# ch-ch-ch-changes
George Lee joins Prime Time as part of RTÉ News shake-up
RTE has announced a range of changes to its current affairs programmes – including a new focus on investigative work.
# Referendum
RTÉ to stay 50-50 for referendum debates - but news coverage 'cannot be prejudged'
The national broadcaster is dropping a ‘stopwatch’ system for news broadcasts, but will keep it for formal debates.
Nicolas Roche: Everybody cheats at some stage in some aspect of life
The Irishman was critical of cyclists, such as Lance Armstrong, that have been accused of sustained doping practices.
# Broadcasting
Prime Time was "fair, impartial" on Quinn family
BAI publishes its reasons for rejecting Quinns’ allegations of bias and factual inaccuracy against RTÉ current affairs show.
# Justice for Magdalenes
Justice for Magdalenes group call for 'dignified debate' ahead of tonight's motion
The motion, due to be tabled by Sinn Féin, is set to take place today and tomorrow.
Column: Why I don't watch Vincent Browne
… or Prime Time, for that matter, Ciarán Mc Mahon writes.
# alan ryan
Ryan family to make formal complaints about gardaí and newspapers
The family were invited to speak on RTÉ’s Prime Time about Ryan’s murder, but said they are unable to. They have released a statement about his murder.
# Coming Soon
Tubridy, Homeland, and Love/Hate: RTE announces its new schedule
There’s a couple of unusual programmes lined up in RTE’s autumn schedule which was announced this afternoon.
RTÉ promotes David Nally to Managing Editor position
The former Sunday Tribune reporter will take up his new role immediately.
# Éamon Ó Cuív
After pledging media silence, Ó Cuív goes on Prime Time, VinB and Ireland AM
The former Fianna Fáil deputy leader pledged a media silence in the wake of his announcement that he would remain in the Fianna Fáil party but not speak publicly about the reasons for voting No in the upcoming referendum.
# Bai
In full: The BAI report into RTÉ's Mission to Prey programme
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has published its final report into the RTÉ Prime Time Investigates programme which libelled Fr Kevin Reynolds.