Monday, February 22, 2010

The Morning Show, Monday 22nd February

Monday 22nd February
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

A pause in the work at Greystones Harbour Development work just one of the topics covered today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment from local Councillors George Jones, Tom Fortune and Ciaran Hayden.

Michael Kelly, Founder of the Irish Grow it Yourself Movement and author of Tales from Home Farm told Declan why he started GIY and about National GIY week which runs from February 20th – 27th. We also heard a GIY update from Suzie Cahn who runs Glenealy Wicklow South East GIY. Further info about GIY is available at

Morning Show Reporter Laura Wood joined Declan to talk about the awards ceremonies that took place over the weekend. She reviewed performances and appearances at the IFTA’S, The Meteor Music Awards and the BAFTA’S

Food Allergy tester Martin Healy joined Declan in studio to explain the symptoms of food allergies, he also told us how to detect and live with food allergies. Contact

On today’s Morning Show we heard how more then 800 Irish restaurants are facing closure from Aiden Cummins, Chief executive, Restaurant Association of Ireland, we were also told about new funding for the re-introduction of the red kite into County Wicklow and MABS spokesperson Michael Culloty warned listeners against the dangers of dealing with private debt firms. If you need or help with financial worries and money problems you can contact MABS (Money Advice and Budgeting Service) or lo-call 1890 283438

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Claire Darmody,
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