In 2007, Barbara Streisand visited Castletown House in County Kildare to perform for her adoring fans, but heavy rainfall for more than 40 days prior to the concert had disastrous consequences. Interviews with ticket-holders for the event reveal how people were stranded in their cars before reaching the waterlogged venue, where a shortage of stewards resulted in some guests losing their seats. MCD blamed the weather, road-works and some opportunistic fans. But as the complaints grew ever louder a special committee, chaired by former Garda Commissioner Pat Byrne, was established to examine the problems. Most of the aggrieved fans received compensation but, for many, no amount of money could recompense them for the once in a lifetime opportunity that went horribly wrong. At 9.30pm, Prime Time Investigates the rise in drug-related kilings.