Monday 2nd February The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Gina Menzies, Theolgian gave us her view on Stephen Fry’s controversial comments in which he said God is evil, capricious and monstrous on Gay Byrnes the meaning of life programme and We spoke to Denis O’Conor, Chairman of Bray Wanderers who filled us in on the latest from the club. We also spoke to Technological Consultant Damien Mulley about watching the superbowl through social media, Apple phenomenal profits and faceooks earnings and stats and Nutritional Therapist Connor Saunders dropped in to talk about the ins and outs of the Paelo diet – why so many celebs are eating like a caveman, who it suits and why. 11- 12pm We returned to discuss Stephen Fry controversial comments by hearing more reaction from Fr Arthur O’Neill and Steve Conway dropped in with his book shiprocked – life on the waves with radio caroline. We were alos joined in studio by animator Gerard O’Rourke who has a new childrens series beginning on RTE tonight which was inspired by a holiday to Wicklow. Following radio silence from Ceann Comhairle Sean Barrett since his comments that the opposition were trying to undermine him, we asked Niall O’Connor, Political Correspondent Irish Independent if a vote of no confidence is now likely and Prof Austin Leahy joined us to talk about Varicose veins and gave some no fuss advice to treating and dealing the, he will host an interactive seminar in conjuction with Bon Secours Hospital, is running at the Herbert Park Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 on Tuesday 3rd February at 7pm. There will also be an opportunity to do FREE mini consultations after the Seminar. For more details contact the Vein Clinic of Ireland 01 231 4051.
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