The National Handler, by Olivia O'Leary - Some see him as affable and helpful, for others there is something sinister about the man who oils Garret FitzzGerald's wheels and makes Fine Gael run.
THE ARD FHEIS LIMERICK BIGAMY, by Helen Shaw - Year after year RTE is handed over to the political parties, year after year the viewers switch off. Still the free adverts continue.
Limerick Bigamy Case, by Martin Byrnes - The laws of church and state came into direct conflict in the open court for the first time in Limerick recently. Many other such cases may follow.
THE UDR DEATHS, by Nell McCafferty - Three members of the Graham family in Fermanagh joined the UDR. And one after another the brothers were shot dead by the IRA.
DUNNE'S STORES IN BLACK AND WHITE, by Eamonn McCann - What began as a localised dispute over the suspension of a member of staff at a Dublin store has acquired internatio nal significance. There are now major issues of principle involved.
MICK DOYLE, by Gervase Thornley - Ireland coach Mick Doyle has been given much of the credit for the Triple Crown victory. Gervase Thornley looks at the rugby career of the man who has given Ireland a new style of play.
THE DUEL FOR THE CROWN, by John Reason - "Somehow they have manaaged to take up their beds and hobble up onto the winners rostrum. It would be stretchhing credibility to say that they walked there."
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