Friday, April 24, 2015

Friday 24th April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 24th April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Mick Kelly and Graham O’Neill joined us in studio to review the papers and Technology Consultant Damien Mulley talked to us about apple watch, 10 years of you tube and facebook stats. The Maguire Trad Band Philip , Emma, Aoife and Sean also joined us in studio to perform and promote the Wicklow Fleadh taking place tomorrow and Kevin Dempsey spoke to us about representing Wicklow in Mr Personality competition. 11- 12pm Anne King from Lakers spoke to us about Special Olympics annual fundraising day taking place today and Music Journalist and Broadcaster Dan Hegarty joined us in studio about his book buried treasure – overlooked and forgotten albums. Simon and Quincy from Wicklow Wolfe joined John Wilson, Irish Times Wine Expert in studio to chat about wine and craft beer.
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Future Of Bray Summerfest In Doubt After Organisers Cancel This Year's Event

One of the biggest annual events on the East Coast, The Bray Summerfest has in effect been cancelled this year, with organizers saying that they will only be applying for a licence to provide the Air Display and the funfair and the on the seafront The committee issued a statement today saying they were forced into this position after public representatives in the Bray district council decided to reduce the operating days of the Summerfest funfair. Last month the Bray Municipal District Councillors voted to reduce the number of days the Summerfest Fun Fair can operate on the seafront from 24 to 15 from next year onwards. The Summerfest committee says the revenue generated by the funfair, is crucial to financing the four week long Summerfest , which has seen record numbers of visitors drawn to the town, particularly for the Air Display. At a meeting this week the Summerfest Committee decided to apply for an event license to provide this year’s Bray Air Display and the Festival Funfair. But says its full 4 week festival programme will not take place. They say this will allow some of this year’s funds to be held for an Air display next year.

Thursday 23rd April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 23rd April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Francesca Cumin court reporter spoke to us on Gail O’Rourke trial and Conor Faughnan, AA Roadwatch told us how 4 in 10 written off cars end up back on the road. Science Man Sean Duke joined us in studio to tell us why People with high expectations of themselves perform best under pressure and how Mindfulness has found to be as effective as anti-depressants and Money Doctor John Lowe talked about AIB. 11- 12pm Pete the vet joined us in studio to answer your questions and Michelle Carter dropped in to studio to talk about the Sue ryder cycle. Holiday Doc Joe Supple talked to about holidaying in rural England and Chef Siobhan Donnelly joined us on getting ready for BBQ season . We spoke to Janis from Manhatten transfer ahead of National Concert Hall Gig on May 2nd.
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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Wednesday 22nd April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Wednesday 22nd April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Joanna Donnelly Met Eireann spoke to us about the good weather and we spoke to Steve Wynne Jones, Editor of Checkout Magazine about Tesco’s biggest ever loss. 6 year old Harry Kane from Bray joined us in studio to talk about winning the doodle for google competition and how it feels to know his winning entry will be displayed on google on Friday, Harry was joined by mum Paula and Dad Alan and Finance Analyst Karl Deeter told us about extra hidden costs you can expect if you are building your own home . We also heard about a meeting taking place tonight about diabetes education from Philip Kavangah Chair of the Co.Wicklow Branch of Diabetes Ireland and Claire spoke to us again with an update on the figure raised so far from the 7th Annual East Coast fm Wicklow Wide coffee morning, you can still donate online at www.eastcoast.fm/coffee all money raised at the event will go to the 5 Cancer Support Centres in County Wicklow and the Wicklow Hospice Foundation. 11- 12pm Donal O’Shea leading obesity expert gave us his view on diet pills purchased on line following the death of a girl in Leeds and David Hall, Irish mortgage holders Association talked to us about AIB’s planned repossessions. Garda Declan Lynch dropped in with recent local crime incidents and warnings and we spoke to a pensioner who was robbed while visiting her Husbands’ grave in Shanganagh cemetery yesterday and Crime Correspondent and Author Paul Williams tells us about new developments in Ciara Breen case. Singer/Songwriter Nella also joined us in studio to perform live.
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Tuesday 21st April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 21st April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Niamh O’Connor crime journalist and author and author of “I’m sorry, sir” spoke to us about the victim impact statement read out by Elaine O’Hara’s family yesterday at the sentencing of Graham Dwyer and we got an update on STEMI unit plans from First repsonders John Fitzgerald. We also spoke to Tom Curran on the Gail O’Rourke trial and Joan Freeeman, CEO Pieta House told us about this years Darkness into light walk and the Arklow and Bray location. Health and fitness Consultant Helen Walsh dropped in to tell us How to stay motivated with exercise and stick to healthy eating plan and Claire spoke to us with an update on the figure raised so far from the 7th Annual East Coast fm Wicklow Wide coffee morning, you can still donate online at www.eastcoast.fm/coffee all money raised at the event will go to the 5 Cancer Support Centres in County Wicklow and the Wicklow Hospice Foundation. 11- 12pm We asked Money doctor John Lowe is there progress at last for people with variable mortgages and spoke to Bray woman Sara Hogan who has been campaigning for change and we heard about the spy who came in from the cold movie showing in Delgany tonight from Aran McMahon. Local singer songwriter Jamie Duff also joined us in studio to perform live and we discussed Father Ted 20 years on. Dermot O’Leary General Secretary NBRU also spoke to us ahead of planned bus strikes.
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Monday, April 20, 2015

Monday 20th April, The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Monday 20th April The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Labour Deputy Anne Ferris and Gearoid o’Ciaran Principal Colaiste Rathin discussed the delay in the relocation of the school and Former rugby International Shane Byrne talked to us about yesterdays Leinster loss and where to from here. Colm O’Gorman, Amnesty International also spoke to us about the latest boat tragedy and what needs to be done and Claire spoke to us with an update on the figure raised so far from the 7th Annual East Coast fm Wicklow Wide coffee morning, you can still donate online at www.eastcoast.fm/coffee all money rasied at the event will go to the 5 Cancer Support Centres in County Wicklow and the Wicklow Hospice Foundation. 11- 12pm Marian Byrne parenting coach joined us in studio to talk about exam prep for parents and students and Noel Keyes, Wicklow County Tourism joined us to talk about ancient east and Singer/Songwriter Fiach Moriarty popped in to perform live
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