Friday, November 15, 2013

The Morning Show With Declan Meehan Friday 15th November 2013

10am - 11am Declan got the morning off to a great start with a roundup of local and national news stories with Wicklow journalists Mick Kelly of wicklownews.net and Mary Forgarty of The Bray People. After the break Declan had a chat on the phone with Tommy Annesly, Mayor of Arklow about a new policy there disallow animal cirusses on council land. Wicklow independent TD Stephen Donnelly was on the phone explaining the "bailout for dummies" and what the bailout exit might mean for the ordinary taxpayer, and Dermot Williams Managing Director of Threatscape dropped into studio to chat to Declan about the latest hacking scandal of credit card payment details. 11am-12 Writer, professional coach and PR guru Terry Prone came in to talk about her life, career,family and her latest book "Coach - Terry Prone Tells It Like It Is". Leslie Dowdall and her band The String Factory entertained us with an original number and a Mick Hanly song, and she chatted to Declan about her upcoming gig tomorrow night in Conary.
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan Wednesday 13th November 2013

10am-11am Declan spoke to Victoria Magde, Chairperson of teh Philippino Community Network Ireland about the ongoing fallout from the typhoon in the Philippines and how Irish-based Philippines citizens are coping with the crisie. Dermot Goode of www.healthinsurancesavings.ie came on to chat to Declan about increases in the cost of health insurance and the loss of tax reliefs and the community rating levy which have added massively to health insurance costs. Sorcha Murphy of Escape boutique in Greystones dropped by to chat about 'mannish chiq' and Sergeant John Fitzpatrick came into studio to talk about credit card fraud and skimming. 11am-12 Journalist Colin Murphy has written a play about the bailout called 'Guaranteed' and he was in studio to chat to Declan about how it's been going and the Kilkenomics festival. Shirley McClure of Bray Active Retirement came in to talk about her work as a tutor in the writing group and brought along Helen Mangan, one of the contributors to the book they produced called 'These Things Happen'. Fiona Dillon dropped in to chat to Declan about her book 'Food From an Irish Garden' and how to live the good life, growing your own and cooking from scratch.
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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan,Tuesday 12th November

Tuesday 12th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10am - 11am •We spoke to Brendan Mc Cabe, IPPN and Janckie O Callaghan, NPCPP about the new uniform vote that could save parents money and we spoke to Dualta Roughneen, Plan Ireland from Manila to find out how the emergency aid relief is going there. We also heard from Adrian Dunne Pharmacy on the Main Street in Arklow about how the new one-way system may effect local businesses in the run-up to Christmas and we spoke to Date Protection Commissioner, Billy Hawkes about the supervalu issue.
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11am –midday •We were joined in studio Money Watchdog John Diskin who talked about the future of credit unions and Roisin O and Mundy dropped in to perform their new single in aid of the Rape Crisis Centre. We also discussed the growing energy market with Simon Moynihan, Bonkers.ie 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

Monday, November 11, 2013

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Monday 11th November

Monday 11th November 2013 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10am - 11am •We spoke to Rigor Dadivas, Secretary of the Filipino Sports Club in Dublin about the Typhoon near where he is from and we heard a review of the finale of Series 3 of Love/Hate. We were also joined in studio by Barry Devlin and Jim Lockhart dropped in with their Horslips book. 11am –midday •We were joined in studio by Gavin James who performed live and Paddy Duffy, Author of Did that really Happen talked about ridiculous moments in political history. Honor Kelly, from Wicklow Citizens Information Centre talked about Benefits Check Day taking place on Thursday 14th November.
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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