Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Tuesday 17th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 17th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Pat Devlin about last nights win at the Aviva and we asked Steve McMahon Irish Patients Association about the end of universal healthcare. We spoke to Family Law Solicitor Deirdre Burke about an information seminar the Guardian Project hosting for adults on 20th November. This is the first ever national Childhood Bereavement Awareness Day in Ireland, and it coincides with Universal Childrens Day. We spoke to Ronan Lyons Daft.ie about the rise in rents and Laura Haugh Mummy Pages.ie drops in to discuss the build up to Christmas and how to manage children's expectations in terms of time and gifts! 11- 12pm Dr Willie Murphy medical and scientific director Irish Blood Transfusion service told us on why they need more men to donate right now and the issues for women who donated blood in the last 18 months. Arklow based singer Denise Brennan and Paul Barrett joined us in studio to talk about our 'Divas Through The Ages' gig they are having coming up at The Hot Spot Music Club in Greystones, next Friday night the 20th of November, they are also performing . Money Watchdog John Diskin also dropped in to talk about what the banks no longer do for you and Irish Times Beauty Writer Aisling McDermott chatted to us about her new book About Face – the Smart Womans Guide to Beauty. We checked in with Alan Hegarty The Fish Man in Wicklow Town about Sammy the seal getting out and about

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