Friday, May 22, 2015

Friday 22nd May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 22nd May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Mary Fogarty, Bray People and Mick Kelly Wicklow news joined us in studio and Music man Mick Lynch gave us his reaction to last nights Eurovsion and future hopes for Molly Sterling. Donnellies Chef Siobhan Donnelly joined us in studio to share some recipes and we met a few members of the Newtown all male choir for a song ahead of their gig this weekend. 11- 12pm We were joined in studio by Actress, Casting Director and Comedian Deirdre O’Kane who will chat about her stunning portrayal of Christina Noble in the movie Noble, playing a 90’s Mammy in Moone Boy and her Martello gig on tonight and Richard Magee joined us in studio to talk about his latest book and living with schizophrenia. Dr Lisa O’Connor, chief specialist of food science, food safety authority of Ireland spoke to us about the possible danger with frozen berries We were also joined by Corner Boy for a chat and live performance ahead of their Harbour bar stage appearance tonight.
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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Thursday 21st May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 21st May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Comedian and Actress June Rodgers joined us for a brief chat ahead of her nationwide tour in June celebrating 25 years in the entertainment and Technological Consultant Damien Mulley talked to us about the viber new phone scam and any other techie news and asked if Nixie, the selfie drone that follows you around like a loyal Labrador,taking pics and videos of you from above is a cute toy or will we see them used by paparazzi? Science man Sean Duke also joined us in studio to talk about the desperate bid to save the worlds honeybees, how being drunk and in love feel the same and why do we sleep and dream. 11- 12pm Simon Moynihan, Bonkers.ie spoke to us about energy prices rising and the latest from the Big Switch and Martin O’Rourke, Ballyraine Training Services filled us in on the Sunbeam House Services (Arklow) 5 km/10 km which will be on this Sunday the 24th of May at 12 noon, starting at Coral Leisure Centre Arklow. Entry Fee is €20 for the 10 km and €15 for the 5 km. You can enter online through www.precisiontiming.net or entries will be taken on the morning of the race from 10 am Proceeds will be going to Ballyraine Training Services Arklow. Career Guidance Consultant Patricia Wroe also dropped in to talk about a possible end to potential changes to the Junior Cert, open days and exam advice for parents and Holiday Doctor Joe Supple gave tips on holidays in Turkey . We spoke to Ben Marchant from the Enduro World Series taking place in Wicklow this weekend.
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Wednesday 20th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Wednesday 20th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Money Doctor John Lowe spoke to us on banks being warned by Government that they will be forced to cut ‘exploitative’ variable mortgages and we discussed how weddings can cost guests up to €800 according to a Bank of Ireland mentality. Alice O'Donnell, Chairperson for Triple A. Alliance talked to us about the organisation being given a €4,000 grant from the Wicklow County Council to fund a series of workshops and Geoff Kane from Wicklow Arts Festival dropped in to tell us all about this weekends events. 11- 12pm Nollaig Fahy, CEO of FundSME, tells us about their plan to bring Small and Medium Business face to face with funders (not just banks) with an overall objective of making it easier for them to access finance to grow and support their business at the RDS on Thursday 28th May and Mummy Pages Mum in residence Laura Haugh spoke to us about Exam Stress and how to help your children through it. Niall Delaney, reporter with Ocean FM spoke to us on the trail of Princes visit and Local singer songwriter Jamie Duff also joined us in studio to chat about releasing his debut EP on 22 May with a show in The Mercantile on the same night and perform live.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Tuesday 19th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 19th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Family Law Solicitor Deirdre Burke talked to us about surrogacy as it stands currently and we spoke to Mick Lynch and our own Gareth Farrell about the Eurovision which kicks off first half of semi-finals tonight. We were also joined by the East Coast Physio Catherine Craddock to discuss growing pains 11- 12pm Glenmalure woman Catherine McCann joined us to talk about her extraordinary life which has included time as a nun, a physio and an amazing gardener and her book that documents all that and more; ‘In Gratitude - A Gift’. Gill Toal and Neil Condron also dropped in to talk about this weekends Spirit of Enniskerry weekend monies raised are going towards restoration of the village clock tower which is 100 years old, It's a weekend food and drink festival, with a craft market and art exhibition and Singer Songwriter Ryan Sheridan joined us in studio to perform live and chat about the new single.
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Monday, May 18, 2015

Monday 18th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Monday 18th May The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We spoke to Dr Chris Luke, Consultant in Accident and Emergency at Cork Mercy University Hospital about dance drug use following the tragic death of Ana Hick and we heard how well the great teddy bear chain went yesterday from Helen O’Sullivan of the Caroline Foundation. Irish Times Pricewatch Editor Conor Pope also spoke to us about the tricks that supermarkets use to get us to spend money and we discussed the marriage equality referendum with Dave Thomas Yes campaigner and organiser of Wicklow Pride Festival and Brendan O’Regan, sometime contributor to Irish Catholic and no campaigner. 11- 12pm Belgian Boyband Boycode dropped in to perform live and Lucinda Creighton appealed for potential candidates in Wicklow for Reanua to come forward. We also spoke to Donal Gleeson, Golf Pro at Old Conna Golf club about McElroys latest win last night and Ashford based Psychotherapist Richard Bury dropped in to talk about sleep disorders, dealing with insomnia and what to do if your mental health is affecting your sleep.
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Tune in to East Coast FM’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan every weekday just after 10am Lo-Call us on 1890 303 103 or email us at morningshow@radiocentre.ie Listen to the Best of the Morning Show every Saturday from 8am Claire Darmody, Producer, Morning Show