Tuesday 28th July The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We spoke to Councillor Pat Casey about the future of Irish water and we spoke to family law solicitor Deirdre Burke about what ‘celines law’ is and the new domestic violence law stopping phone and online contact. We also spoke to Dr Ernan Gallgher about the high number of diabetes sufferers who have had to have lower limbs amputated...and what symptoms to watch out for diabetes diagnosis and Michael O’Toole, Crime Editor Irish Daily Star told us all he could about M1 crash and possible related murder yesterday. 11- 12pm Relationship coach Jennifer Haskins joined us from Two’s Company matchmaking service to talk about dating do’s and don’ts and give her views on Ashley Madison story. FG DeputyAndrew Doyle reminded students about SUSI, how to apply for grants and the deadline for doing so and gave us his view on Irish water. We were also joined in studio by Dermot Williams, Threatscape about being careful with passwords and if yours is really as strong as you think and Singer/songwriter Eilidh Patterson joins us in studio to perform live ahead of her gig in The Breffini in arklow main street tonight.
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