Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 5th January 2011

Wednesday 5th January
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

There was water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink on today’s edition of the Morning Show with Declan Meehan. With the snow set to return later this week many homes are still being left without supplies overnight and we asked the powers that be if the end is in sight for Wicklow’s residents. We also found out about the state of the county’s roads, waiting lists in Loughlinstown hospital and the contentious issue of commercial vehicle tax reared its ugly head once more.

It wasn’t all bad news however property experts told us how Wicklow is bucking the trend in falling house prices and Minister Dick Roche defended the the Seanad amid talk of its possible abolition.

Author Mick Lynch joined Declan later on to pay his respects to Gerry Rafferty the singer/songwriter behind the classic ‘Baker Street’ tune and as if all that wasn’t enough one of the best known politicians in the country, the Labour leader, Eamon Gilmore took time out of the party’s Wicklow launch of their candidates for the next general election to visit the East Coast studio.

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Claire Darmody,
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