Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday 20th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 20th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Graham O Neill from the Wicklow Voice and Mary Fogerty from the Bray People dropped in to discuss the main stories of the week, we heard from Doctor Stephen Carroll about common pregnancy problems and Ann Mc Govern from the Arklow Chamber of Commerce told us about the Arklow Chamber Ball and Person of the Year awards. 11- 12pm Alan Mathews the Bray Wanderers Manager Bray joined Declan ahead of Bray's match against Bohemians tomorrow afternoon at the Carlisle Grounds. Shane Byrne joined us ahead of this weekends rugby and Career Guidance expert Patricia Wroe spoke about preparing for exams.
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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Thursday 19th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 19th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We got the latest on the Graham Dwyer trial from our courts correspondant Francesca Coymn. Our Science man Sean Duke why men loose their memory earlier than women and how horses find stables depressing. 11- 12pm Billy Ryan joins us from Aughrim, a Garda by trade but this morning he spoke to us about being taking part in ‘The Passion Play”. Our Holiday Doctor Joe Supple dropped in to discuss holidaying in Ireland and Pete the Vet was in for his regular slot.
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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Wednesday 18th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Wednesday 18th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Simon Moynihan, Bonkers.ie spoke to us about how people are losing up to €400 by not going online to pay bills and Wicklow water Protestor Maureen Griffen spoke to us about non-payment of water charges the protest in Dublin on Saturday and the possibility of a new left movement being created from the various groups involved in right2water. John Glynn, also joined us to tell us what he could about the early stages of the Gavin Glynn Foundation and was joined by TV presenter and Former Mr World Kamal Ibrahim who filled us in on Strictly from the movies, the first fundraising event being held for the foundation on Sunday March 29th in Parkview Hotel in Newtown 11- 12pm Former Xfactor contestant Melanie McCabe dropped in with her new single and chat about her multiple experiences with the music reality show and Food Writer Dee Laffin joined us to talk about the food and drink that makes you Irish . Laura Haugh, Mummy pages.ie also joined us with a parenting view on homework, how much is too much.
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Monday, March 16, 2015

Monday 16th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Monday 16th March The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We heard on 37 signs you might be Irish, according to an Irish Times Article by Jennifer O’Connell and we heard details and start time from the Wicklow, Arklow and Greystones Parade. We also spoke to Conor Pope Pricewatch Editor on the things that make Irish Consumers unique and heard the line-up from more Parades in newtown, Aughrim and Bray. 11- 12pm Ashford based Psychotherapist Richard Bury returned with more practical advice for people who have suffered from job loss and Dermot Goode, totalhealthcover.ie spoke to us about cheap heath cover forcing patients on to waiting lists. We also heard more plans for St Patricks day celebrations in Baltinglass, Rathdrum and Carnew and Comedy act Foil, Arm and Hog join us in studio ahead of their upcoming gigs, including one in the Mermaids Arts Centre on April 11th.
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