Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Morning Show, Thursday 15th April

Thursday 15th April
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The volcanic dust keeping European airspace closed was just one of the topics that was covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment from aviation author and journalist Gerry Byrne and Dublin Airport Authority spokesperson Siobhan Moore.

On today’s Morning Show Declan spoke to Neil Steedman, Tibet Support group about last weeks earthquake, we discussed the possible dangers linked with facebook and children with Parents Council PRO Rose Tully and best selling author Anita Notaro joined us in studio to talk about her latest book No Ordinary love.

The Morning Show also featured a discussion about proposed new model of health insurance. We heard comment from Dr Fergus Ferrel, Lecturer in Health Policy in Trinity and Labour spokesperson on Health Jan O’ Sullivan.

Producer Claire Darmody also filled Declan in with an update on the in Morning Show from three of the venues of the East Coast FM Wicklow Wide Coffee Morning 2010, she spoke to organisers and found out how the plans were coming along. The coffee morning will take place in nine different venues around the county on this Friday April 16th between 10am – midday, all funds raised will go to the Cancer Support Centres in County Wicklow and the Wicklow Hospice Foundation, Celebrities lending a head on the day by appearing or performing include musicians; Bagatelle, Dickie Rock, Luan Parle, Paul Harrington, Rebecca Storm, The Dublin Gospel Choir, Don Mescall, Mary Coughlan, Eleanor Mc Evoy and Shay Healy, sports personalities Shane Byrne and Mick O’ Dwyer, Celebrity Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, Magician and Comedian Jack Wise and best selling Ross O’ Carroll Kelly author Paul Howard and authors Sarah Webb and Cathy Kelly. For more details on how to take part in this worthwhile event logon to www.eastcoast.fm/coffee.


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Claire Darmody,
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