'Midweek' examined how rural Ireland felt it was being ignored and victimised by a Dublin-based government. Septic tank and household charges were just two of the issues that brought the rural community together in a way that here to fore was unseen.
'Prime Time - Profiting from Prostitution' went undercover to expose the frightening reality for women involved in prostitution across the cities and towns of Ireland. Following a six-month investigation, the programme exposed the people profiting from the sex trade and reported on the ever-growing demand in Ireland for paid sex with young, foreign and often vulnerable women.
'Sean Quinn's Missing Millions', a special investigation by BBC NI's Spotlight, probed the spectacular fall of Ireland's richest man. Long before Sean Quinn was jailed, business editor Jim Fitzpatrick travelled to Kiev, Stockholm and Belize to expose the complicated financial web used to hide a fortune from Irish taxpayers.
In this programme Vincent Browne tackles a representative of the ECB at a troika press conference, on one of the most critical, if not the most critical issue facing this country; the burden of Ireland's bank debt. This style of robust questioning is a trademark of his nightly current affairs programme.