Friday, October 23, 2015

Friday 23rd October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 23rd October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We asked Niall O’Connor, Political Correspondent with the Independent group about Enda Kenny’s tall tales about the army and ATM machines and we were joined in studio by Graham O’Neill, Wicklow Voice, and Mary Fogarty, Bray people. We were also joined by husband and wife – Nico Olivieri and Sabine Hobble from Leaves pure foods –(and Pasta with Benefits by leaves pure foods) about world pasta day on Sunday. They told us how to make a healthy pasta that is gluten free and one of your five a day – made with only chickpeas and buckwheat and talked about clean eating and back to school recipes. 11- 12pm Journalist Barbara Scully dropped in to chat about women going on strike and also her views on Carrickmines and homelessness and we spoke to Genevieve Murray, workplace sector liaison officer with the Mediator's Institute of Ireland about Mediation Awareness week which commences on the 19th October, We were also joined by musician, songwriter, performer and recording artist John Spillane who dropped in to chat and perform ahead of his hot spot gig and we spoke to Eileen Earls ahead of an art exhibition this weekend in aid of Wicklow cancer support in the Bridge Tavern.
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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Thursday 22nd October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 22nd October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Dermot O’Leary, General Secretary of NBRU and Barry Kenny, Irish Rail about tomorrows planned strike action and we spoke to Caitriona Gleeson, Communications and Programme Manager with Safe Ireland talks about how much more needs to be done around the area of domestic violence and their annual one day census which found that on November 4th 2014; 475 women and 301 children looked for refuge, 18 of whom were pregnant and 18 who were turned away. Science man Sean Duke also dropped in to tell us why we turn the clocks back every Autumn, why Men feel threatened by intelligent women and why First children are cleverer than their siblings. 11- 12pm We were joined in studio by the Elders ahead of their Arklow Bay Gig tonight and Stephen Donnelly gave us an update on his Syria collection and a related childrens art exhibition. Garda Declan Lynch and Garda Emma Skinner dropped in to talk about the youth Garda awards and we were joined in studio by Holiday Doc Joe Supple who talked travel gadgets and then Vet Pete Wedderburn talked gadgets for pets.
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Wednesday 21st October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Wednesday 21st October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Michael Taft Unite about IBEC claims that 71 % companies will offer a pay rise next year red and we spoke to Daniel Healy of village players Rathnew about The Death of Humpty Dumpty at the grand hotel wicklow town opening tonight and it’s run until Saturday 24th October at 8pm nightly. Blood Red Mountain Band joined us in studio to perform live and chat ahead of their harbour bar gig this weekend and we caught up with Gerry O’Neill on the Billy Walsh ultimatum 11- 12pm We were joined by Laura Haugh from Mummy Pages who gave her reaction to positive discipline and the slapping ban and we were joined in studio by Fashion students; Gemma Wilson and Robert Plant and course Co-ordinator from Sallynoggin College who will talk about why they choose their course and to pursue a career in the tricky industry that is fashion. We spoke to gadget guy Colm Baker about the day the Delorean arrived in back to the future and sports journalist Kate Rowan drops in to talk about her book ‘six nations six stories’
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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Tuesday 20th October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 20th October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Richard Chambers, Reporter ahead of the first of the funerals and we spoke to Niall O’Connor about the new investment in gardai to combat rural crime. We spoke to former amateur and professional Boxer Jim Rock to get reaction to Billy Walsh’s resignation We were also joined in studio by Eleanor Fitzsimons who will chat about her book wildes women; how Oscar wilde was shaped by the women he knew. 11- 12pm We were also joined in studio by Philip St John…Bray man and writer of darkly comic play set in an old deserted Wicklow house. ‘Temptress, coming to Mermaid on 24th October and Cast Member Paul Keelan and we spoke to john Byrne Legal & Public Relations Manager Cartell Car Check about scams. We also spoke to Gerry O’Neill also on Billy Walsh resignation and K Club Chef Finbarr Higgins joined us with their beautiful coffee table cook book ‘Producer to Plate’.
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Monday, October 19, 2015

Monday 19th October The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

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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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