Wednesday 23rd September The Morning Show with Aengus Cox 10- 11am We spoke to Technology consultant Damien Mulley about the end of the web summit in Ireland and Anne-Marie Caulfield, Director of the PRTB told us about the recent dramatic rise in rent. We were also joined in studio by Gerry Ginty, CEO and Co-Founder Powerscourt Distillery who talks about his plans to a .construction of a craft distillery and visitor centre at Powerscourt Estate, a 10m investment that will create 30 jobs in the construction phase and 18 full-time jobs once the business is fully operational and Sunbeam House MD John Hannigan along with some family members of people with Intellectual Disabilities dropped in to talk about their life supporting a person and their views/concerns for the future, the positives that have come from the person they are supporting. 11- 12pm We were joined in studio by local singer Robbie Doyle who performed liVe, chatted about his new single and gigging with Brian McFadden and we checked in at the ploughing championships with Wicklow business woman Amy Sherwin who is there her 3D Activity greeting card business Popzle. We were also joined in studio by Barry and Rachel Doyle from Arboretum in Kilquade with gardening advice and Food writer Dee Laffan gave us her reaction to Jamie olivers top 14 foods to eat if you want to live longer.
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