Friday, June 8, 2012

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Friday 8th June

Friday 8th June 2012
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



10- 11am

•We spoke to East Coast Reporter Marlena Murphy in Poland following meeting the team and Arklow man and USI President Gary Redmond spoke to us from Germany en route to Poland after picking up his camper van. We also congratulated Arklow Station Manager, Martin Zielinski on his train station being named the best in the Country and heard about the cost of raising a child from Dr Bernadette McMahon from the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice.


11- 12pm

•We were joined in studio by Ross O’ Carroll Kelly Author, Paul Howard who chatted about his new comic novel, “Triggs” (The autobiography of Roy Keanes Dog) and we were joined in studio by Holiday Doc Joe Supple who told us why DIY holidays are sometimes more expensive then travel agents.



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Thursday, June 7, 2012

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 7th June

Thursday 7th June 2012
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


10- 11am

•We spoke to Mick Browne and Mick Mullens from Greystones United about heading to Poland and Paul McShane who is a former club member and we got some bad news about more rainy weather to come from Met Eireann’s Jean Byrne. We were also joined in studio by Musician Mark Geary who chatted and performed live.

11- 12pm

•We talked to Dr Chris Van Egerat, Lecturer in Economic Geography, NUI Maynooth about why Wicklow is mostly overlooked when it comes to big job announcements and we got reaction to this from Councillors Jimmy O’ Shaughnessy and Pat Casey. We were also joined in studio by Michael Conry to talk about his book “Picking Bilberries, Fraochans and Whorts in Ireland.



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Claire Darmody,
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Morning Show

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 6th June

Wednesday 6th June 2012
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



10- 11am

•We spoke to some of our listeners who still haven’t paid the household charge and we spoke to Wicklow volunteer worker Lee Kinsella moments after he had carried the Olympic torch. We were also joined in studio by Emma Parkin, Editor, Easy Health and Dee Laffin, Easy Food Editor who gave us tips on students staying healthy and calm during exam time.

11- 12pm

•We were joined in studio by Avoca based artist Maggie Magee ahead of her international and Irish artist exhibition in The Point Village from June 16th and Escape Boutique owner and fashion commentator Sorcha Murphy joined us in studio to comment on jubilee style. We also heard how childrens spelling, writing and exams may be impacted by too much text speak.


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

Claire Darmody,
Producer,
Morning Show

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 5th June

Tuesday 5th June 2012
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



10- 11am

•We spoke to some Wicklow participants who took part in yesterdays womens mini marathon and David Moore from Astronomy Ireland talked about how Venus crossing the Sun at dawn tomorrow will be visible from Ireland. We also talked property tax dodgers with Money Watchdog John Diskin.

11- 12pm

•We were joined by parenting coach Marian Byrne who gave advice on reducing exam stress and author Brian Finnegan dropped in to talk about his debut novel “The Forced Redundancy Film Club”.


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Tune in to East Coast FM’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan every weekday just after 10am

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

What a weekend.....coming up this week on Freshly Squeezed.

Well that was some bank holiday weekend. The 50th anniversary of The Late Late on Friday night- Twink making a holy show of herself, nearly every guest being three sheets to the wind including Liam Neeson or'Shindlers Pissed' as he's now been nicknamed- giving away the night's big surprise that Bono was backstage. Then there was the Bavaria City Racing in Dublin with Jenson Button and of course the Flora Mini Marathon yesterday. What a cracker of a day as many people including myself walked, jogged and occasionally limped the 10k around Dublin. Well done to everyone for taking part and helping to raise a fortune for many charities around Ireland. This week on Freshly Squeezed we are giving someone the chance to win up to 10,000 euro in our Betfair Euro 2012 competition. Tune in all this week to hear our daily song on all the shows and when you hear it, text Ireland and your name to 0833399103 within half an hour to be in with a chance of qualifing and joining us in Lynskey's in Arklow at 4pm on Sunday. Also let us know your plans for Euro 2012, have you put your bunting up yet?! Have you done this to your house? Tune in all this week. We're live from 6. L x