Thursday 10th September The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We spoke to Gerry O’Connor, Irish Immigrant Council of Ireland about the announcement we will take 4,000 refugees in and what the plan is for them as they arrive and Caroline McGuigan Founder & CEO Suicide or survive spoke to us about world suicide prevention day and attitudes to mental health in Ireland. Wicklow County Tourism Chairman Noel Keyes joined us in studio to talk about funding for the Garden county’s answer to the wild atlantic way; the ancient east and with back to school time just behind us Science Man Sean Duke dropped in to tell us how Starting school at 10, not 9, would benefit teenagers and why Sexist toys putting girls off science and on world suicide prevention day he tells us why Mental health apps lets you access therapy from your smartphone. Technology Consultant Damien Mulley gave us his reaction to Apple’s latest offering. 11- 12pm Mystic Celt Chef Paul Smith dropped in to tell us all the uses for baking soda and Barry Doyle dropped in from Arboretum in Kilquaide with gardening advice. Brenda Barry also popped in to talk about her upcoming fundraiser with Derry Clarke in Avoca for the Wicklow hospice and Pete the vet joined us to talk about harvest mites. We also spoke to Eileen Kennedy about this weekends’ Wicklow vintage car run.
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