Monday, September 14, 2015

Monday 14th September The Morning Show with Michelle MacMullan

Monday 14th September The Morning Show with Michelle MacMullan 10- 11am We spoke to Justin Moran, Age Action Ireland about the planned €115 Christmas Bonus for pensioners; we asked if it makes a difference or is just a popularity plea and on the morning U2 Tickets went on sale to sell out in record time; we asked Eoin Murphy Entertainment Editor for the Irish Daily and Mail on Sunday what we can expect from the Dublin dates and to remind us of past concerts. We also spoke to Billy Timmons about Rea Nua think-in last week and his upcoming meetings in Bray and Arklow this week and Award winning celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin dropped in to talk about his fundraising gardening event on 24th September in Arboretum Garden Centre in Kilquade. It’s in aid of a young man Shane Vickers. Shane is a local Kilmacanogue man and GAA Star and last year was in a road accident in which he was struck by a car whilst he was walking home. Our Producer Claire Darmody joined us to fill us in on how she got on at the Tinahely walking challenge for pieta house over the weekend, and we got her thoughts on celeb bb 11- 12pm We spoke to local travel writer Mary Dinan for an update on Eva Sutton, the 90 year old Bray woman who was savagely beaten and burgled last week and unfortunately we stayed with local unpleasant incidents then when we spoke to Simon Taylor is the Blessington Community First Responder Coordinator who tells us about a PAD (Public Access Defibrillator) being vandalized and we were joined in studio by Conor Saunders, Nutritional Therapist who talks about nutritional therapy awareness week. We were also joined in studio Aisling Keenan Deputy Editor Xpose Magazine who filled us on the 3 questions you should ask yourself to change your life and why everyone is talking about cheryls weight and we were joined in studio by Wicklow Musicians Paul Coates and Fergal Canterbury and their band the chosen few who will launch a CD of original songs this Friday night in fitzpatricks lounge in Wicklow; all proceeds to raise funds for Wicklow Cancer Support the lads performed live and filled us in on the CD and why they chose to do it for Wicklow Cancer Support

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