Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 25th July, 2012

Wednesday 25th July 2012
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


10- 11am

• Declan got a full report on the Madonna concert last night with fan Mick Lynch. Mark Fielding of ISME was on to talk about the effect of ‘nixers’ and the black economy on legitimate businesses, Councillor Tom Fortune filled Declan in on Minister Leo Varadkar’s 36 million Euro boost for CIE. Julie Sutton, a recruiter from Greystones who has been living in Christchurch, New Zealand for 9 years talked about the jobs her company has on offer to Irish people who want to work in New Zealand. Local historian James Scannell dropped by to talk about a lecture today in the Mermaid. Shay Pardy, director of the airshow at the Bray Summerfest chatted to Declan about the show last weekend.


11- 12pm

• Caroline Rowland spoke to us from the centre of the action in the Olympic village in London. She is directing the official movie of the games, and it features only 12 atheletes, including Katie Taylor. News broke today that the Church of Ireland had been successful in the bid to become patrons of the new secondary school in Greystones and we spoke on the phone to Amy Mulvihill of Educate Together, whose bid was unsuccessful. In studio we had Gareth Fennell, parent and Reverend David Mongavin of Greystones who were talking about the successful bid by the Church of Ireland and their hopes for the new school. Sergeant John Fitzpatrick called in to talk about an attempted bag snatch at the Bray Summerfest and then in studio we had young singer-songwriter Rory Quinn perform one of his songs and chat about his upcoming fundraising gig in the Horse and Hound, Delgany.



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