Tuesday 27th January The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We spoke to Fiona Doyle about her courageous journey to justice, which she finally received when her rapist father was handed down triple his original sentence yesterday and we were joined in studio by Junior Finance Minister Simon Harris who talked about Greece in relation to Ireland, the funding for the Wicklow Hospice and enhancing Kilmacurragh Gardens as a tourist destination. We were also joined in studio by Broadcaster and Journalist Barbara Scully who talked about Greece, silly baby names and gave her view on Michael Lowry’s comments and Michelle Mulherins phone calls. 11- 12pm We spoke to Aviation Journalist and Author Gerry Byrne about Aer Lingus and we talked to John Kennedy, Editor from Silicon Republic about facebook and instagram crashing and being back on-line now. We also spoke to FG Deputy Andrew Doyle and Tom Shortt, Wicklow County Chairman IFA about farm accidents and farm safety and Wicklow Hospice Foundation Chairman Brendan Cuddihy dropped in to talk about future plans for the hospice now they have finally got planning permission to go ahead on the Maghermore site. We spoke briefly to Steve McMahon, Chairman Irish Patients Association about a report that compared part of our health service to Romania.
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