Tuesday 21st April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Niamh O’Connor crime journalist and author and author of “I’m sorry, sir” spoke to us about the victim impact statement read out by Elaine O’Hara’s family yesterday at the sentencing of Graham Dwyer and we got an update on STEMI unit plans from First repsonders John Fitzgerald. We also spoke to Tom Curran on the Gail O’Rourke trial and Joan Freeeman, CEO Pieta House told us about this years Darkness into light walk and the Arklow and Bray location. Health and fitness Consultant Helen Walsh dropped in to tell us How to stay motivated with exercise and stick to healthy eating plan and Claire spoke to us with an update on the figure raised so far from the 7th Annual East Coast fm Wicklow Wide coffee morning, you can still donate online at www.eastcoast.fm/coffee all money raised at the event will go to the 5 Cancer Support Centres in County Wicklow and the Wicklow Hospice Foundation. 11- 12pm We asked Money doctor John Lowe is there progress at last for people with variable mortgages and spoke to Bray woman Sara Hogan who has been campaigning for change and we heard about the spy who came in from the cold movie showing in Delgany tonight from Aran McMahon. Local singer songwriter Jamie Duff also joined us in studio to perform live and we discussed Father Ted 20 years on. Dermot O’Leary General Secretary NBRU also spoke to us ahead of planned bus strikes.
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