Monday 19th October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm Andrew Jackson, East Coast Manager ISPCC spoke to us about banning slapping and We spoke to Former Rugby International Shane Byrne following yesterdays devastating loss and the end of Irelands world cup dream. We also spoke to Adrian Weckler, Irish and Sunday Independent Technology Editor ahead of his TV3 Doc tonight which takes a look at how social media impacts and Producer Claire Darmody gave us a review on the weekends reality TV. 11- 12pm Emma Comeford joined us to talk about her book Irish bitches be crazy; which includes how to perform the walk of shame with the utmost dignity, coping with the the consequences of an out of control hen party and overcoming your zumba and pilates antagonists and we were joined in studio by Betty Murphy founder of Homelink who talked about the charity and upcoming Halloween cookery demo event and also Rory Morhahan the Druid Chef who will be taking part in the demo on Thursday 22nd Homelink is based in Southern Cross Business Park. They offer community support services to older people through their telephone call centre, arranging maintenance, garden and repair services and regular social events. We ensure our members feel more secure and happy living at home. We also spoke to Jim O’Brien, Bray Travellers Community Group ahead of the first of funerals and Pat Devlin gave us his view on playing Bosnia, while we asked Colm Kavanagh, Arklow United to pay tribute to Howard Kendall.
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