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This Week (RTÉ radio series)

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This Week (RTÉ radio series)

This Week
Genre News and Current Affairs
Running time 1 hour
Country Ireland
Language(s) English
Home station RTÉ Radio 1
Host(s) Colm Ó Mongáin, Gavin Jennings et al.
Editor(s) Colm Ó Mongáin
Recording studio Donnybrook, Dublin
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This Week is a news and current affairs programme broadcast on RTÉ Radio 1. It airs Sundays at 13:00 and is presented by various RTÉ News and Current Affairs journalists.[1][2]

Colm Ó Mongáin and Richard Crowley are the main presenters. Kevin Rafter has also presented.

This Week is a round up of all the week's news stories. It is similar to RTÉ News at One. An extended news bulletin takes up the first few minutes of the programme. This is then typically followed by a series of interviews, with people like the Taoiseach or Tánaiste.[3]

Lengthened editions are also aired on the occasion of major breaking news stories such as general elections or referendums.

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