Friday, June 24, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Friday 24th June

Friday 24th June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



9 -10am

•Denis Fielding, President, Wicklow Chamber of Commerce and Blogger Barbara Scully spoke to us about the importance of Shopping to improve the country’s economic situation following comments from Minister for Finance Michael Noonan
•We returned to the planning issues in West Wicklow
•Mick O’ Dwyer and East Coast FM’s Michael Sargent spoke to us ahead of this weekends match

10 – 11am

•Childrens author and TV writer John Stephens joined us to talk about his latest book
•Technological Consultant Damien Mulley filled us in on the expectations of and speculation on the new iphone and commented on facebook for dogs


11 – 12am

•Professor Eoin O’ Brien talked to us about the current situation in Bahrain
•Kathleen Kelleher spoke to us from the US aboutnthe capture of Whitey Bolger
•Chef Siobhan Donnelly gave us optimistic advice and tips for picnic food!

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Claire Darmody,
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Morning Show

Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 23rd June

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan
Thursday 23rd June


9 -10am

• FG Deputy Andrew Doyle and Independent Deputy Clare Daly spoke to us about special needs assistants and we also got comment from Lorraine Sweeney, PRO, Special Needs Assistants Parents Association.


10 – 11am

• Sean Duke, Joint Editor Science Spin joined us to talk about the science of sleep


11 – 12am

• We discussed the future of cycling in Bray with Bray Cycling Forum, Chairman Steve Matthews
• Holiday Doc Joe Supple gave us value travel advice
• Anne Marie Ferris, Senior Consultant, Causeway Clinic joined us to give advice on dealing with dyslexia and promote her free seminar information evening in The Glenview Hotel on June 29th – for more information see www.causewayclinic.com

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Tune in to East Coast FM’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan every weekday just after 9am

Lo-Call us on 1890 303 103 or email us at morningshow@radiocentre.ie

Listen to the Best of the Morning Show every Saturday from 9am

Claire Darmody,
Producer,
Morning Show

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 22nd June


Tuesday 21st June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



9 -10am

•Independent Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett and Wicklow Parent Terry Dargan spoek to us about special needs assistants
•Dr Chris Luke, consultant in emergency medicine in Cork University Hospital and Mercy Hospital told us about the shortage of doctors and gave us his thoughts on the future of A&E Departments
•Northern Ireland Journalist Eamonn McDermott gave his reaction to last nights violence in Belfast

10 – 11am

•Associate Professor of Finance Brian Lucey gave us his thoughts on Greece
•Irish Independent Political Editor, Fionan Shehan discussed their poll on the popularity of the Taoiseach and the Government so far
•Reporter Laura Wood filled us in on a record breaking jigsaw built by Baltinglass school students


11 – 12am

•Soccer legends Alan Mc Loughlin and Paul Byrne told us about their upcoming match against Cabintelly FC
•East Coast Vet Pete Wederburn gave us tips on how to wash your dog
•Singer Sharon Sexton dropped in to perform live
•Marie O’ Connor talked to us about her book Bodily Harm; Symphysiotomy and Pubiotomy in ireland

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 21st June

Tuesday 21st June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



9 -10am

•Wicklow Farmer Gary Hurley talked to us about his famous cows and the Irish Holstein Friesian Association open day which was taking place today in County Wicklow. For more information see www.ihfa.ie
•WCEB CEO Sheelagh Daly told us the extent of the damage from last nights fire in Rathnew
•Author Elizabeth Wassell dropped in to talk about her new book

10 – 11am

•Judy Bradley, University of Ulster and Tomas Thompson, Advocacy Officer, CF Ireland spoke to us about the new breakthrough treatment for certain Irish CF sufferers
•Independent Deputy Stephen Donnelly gave us his thoughts about the potential end of the euro
•Morning Show reporter Laura Wood linked back from Greystones about some movement and machinery at the Harbour.


11 – 12am

•Parenting Coach Marian Byrne talked to us about god parenting and children transitioning from primary to secondary school
•East Coast Physio Avril Barrett gave advice on dealing with golf injuries

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Tune in to East Coast FM’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan every weekday just after 9am

Lo-Call us on 1890 303 103 or email us at morningshow@radiocentre.ie

Listen to the Best of the Morning Show every Saturday from 9am

Claire Darmody,
Producer,
Morning Show

Monday, June 20, 2011

Bray slump to 5th League Defeat

Christy Fagan's double saw Bohemians burst Bray Wanderers' bubble in the Airtricity Premier Division at a rain drenched Carlisle Grounds on Monday night.

The Gypsies repeated their opening day success against the same opposition to end the Seagulls recent six-match unbeaten run.

From the set-piece, Brennan delivered to the back post where Fagan was denied with a point blank header by Gregg's reaction save.

Bohs took the lead after 36 minutes. Killian Brennan stung the palms of Matt Gregg from 25-yards with the keeper failing to prevent the corner.

But the former Manchester United starlet blasted the rebound to the roof of the net.

It ended the Gypsies barren run of 306 minutes without a top-flight goal.

It was the forward's first in open play in the league.

He doubled his tally to four after a Shane O'Connor mistake just 90 seconds in to the second period.

Unmarked when attempting to cut-out a free, the Bray full-back slipped and skewed his header towards his own goal.

Fagan nipped in and dinked the ball past Gregg, with the covering Derek Prendergast unable to prevent the ball crossing the line.

Wanderers had the opportunity to reduce the deficit in the 70th minute.

But after beating the offside, substitute Shane O'Neill could only fire against the outside of the post from 12 yards.

However, the striker won the throw that saw the Green and White's make it 2-1 in the 78th minute.

Play was spread infield and skipper Gary Dempsey registered his first of the campaign with a left footed 20-yard shot that flew into the roof of the net via a deflection off Mark Rossiter.

As the rain pelted down, both teams had chances. Sub Keith Buckley chipped over four minutes from time while seconds later, Dempsey's flick rolled wide of the far upright.

The host wasted a glorious opportunity to equalise in the 90th minute.

Dempsey's quick free saw sub Dan McGuinness hook in the danger zone.

With Bohs calling for a free, Conor Murphy placed his shot wide when unmarked 10 yards out.

Having had their clash with Dundalk at the same venue postponed last Friday, the Seasiders made one change from the side that had beaten Galway as Adam Mitchell replaced Stephen Last in defence.

As for the Dubliner's, Anto Flood was banned but Brennan returned after suspension.

The Wicklow side broke from their usual 4-1-4-1 formation and started both John Mulroy and Conor Murphy in attack in a 4-1-3-2 line-up.

Instead, the visitors deployed a 4-1-4-1 line-up with Ger O'Brien filling a holding role in midfield and Fagan as the lone striker.

After Fagan dragged a tenth minute effort across the face of goal after ten minutes, the first attempt on target came in the 32nd minute.

Joe Kendrick clipped in a free from the right left footed. And Derek Prendergast steered a ten-yard header straight into Barry Murphy's arms.

Then in a sweeping move three man move saw Dane Massey chipped a cross into the penalty area were Mulroy could only flick his close range header wide of the far post.

Fagan's double proved decisive come the end of the game as the Gypsies secured a much-needed win.

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Monday 20th June

Monday 20th June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


9 -10am

•Detective Inspector Frank Kinihan and Sinn Fein Councillor John Brady spoke to us about the suspicious devices found in Bray over the weekend
•Colm O’ Gorman, Executive Director, Amnesty International told us about the campaign for recognition of the human right of health care for all
•FG TD Billy Timmins gave his reaction to the news that St Columcilles A&E is due to close


10 – 11am

•We spoke to several people about Westbank Childrens Home following a recent episode of Would You Believe about the home, the discussion included several former residents and Greystones Councillors Ciaran Hayden and George Jones. We were also joined by Would You Believe reporter Mick Peelo.

11 – 12am

•Panel guests Blogger Barbara Scully and Councillors David Grant and Sarah Wray joined us for a discussion about the news topics of the day

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Tune in to East Coast FM’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan every weekday just after 9am

Lo-Call us on 1890 303 103 or email us at morningshow@radiocentre.ie