Friday, November 27, 2015

Friday 27th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 27th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We reviewed the papers and big Wicklow stories of the week with Mick Kelly Wicklow News and Mary Fogarty Bray People and Steve McMahon, Irish Patients Association drops in to give his reaction to the front page story on the Star that sees an elderly patient taking refuge on the floor on an A&E. James Brady dropped in from Arboretum in Kilquade with gardening advice and we heard about the Bray Christmas lights being switched on from Chamber President Mick Glynn, Declan will MC that event from 4.45pm tomorrow on Bray Main Street. 11- 12pm Irish Times Wine Correspondent John Wilson drops in with his book and some weekend wines and Seamus O’Conaill joined us to tells us why you know you’re Irish when you’ve been told to stop acting the maggot, you know what a farmers tan is and you thank the bus driver and many more irish things that make us unique. Singer songwriter Niamh Crowther also dropped in to perform live
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Thursday 26th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 26th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Patrisk Donahoe News Editor Irish Farmers Journal and Kevin Coleman, a Farmer in Wicklow speak to us about the latest from the IFA. Ronan Moore chatted to us about his book Irishology, reminding us that nobody other then the irish know what a bad pint is, why flat 7up is like medicine and how st anthony is the answer to all our problems and Science Man Sean Duke also joined us to tell us why Men eat more food when they are trying to impress womenand why teenagers ignore parents while watching TV and Sgt John Fitzpatrick popped on all the latest issues 11- 12pm We were joined in studio by Donnellies Chef Siobhan Donnelly who talked about thanksgiving dinner and we were joined by Singer Songwriter Melanie McCabe who performed live ahead her gig in Civic Theatre in Tallaght this Sunday. We spoke to Tom Short, Wicklow County Chairman IFA about the latest on Pat Smyth and Eddie Downey and we spoke to James Keogh from Rathwood about being a finalist in Irelands best Young Entrepreneur Competition and we were joined in studio by Pete the Vet who answered your pet questions.
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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Wednesday 25th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Wednesday 25th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to Rea Nua Deputy Leader Billy Timmons following the shot down plane in Russia and his view on IFA and we spoke to Patricia Shortt from the Wicklow trade union centre for the unemployed about some new training courses (travel and tourism) and asked if she can see the drop in unemployment we’re hearing about in Wicklow. Oliver McCabe from Select Stores in Dalkey dropped in with some samples and talk about Juicing and the benefits especially at this hectic time of the year when we are all so busy. He will give us recipes for boosting the immune system, keeping energy levels up and banishing hangover…. and a little bit weight loss in the run up to Xmas. 11- 12pm Blogger and broadcasters Rebecca Horan and Barbara Scully dropped in with the first of their pre Christmas book reviews – this weeks haul included a beauty book, a cookbook and the Waterford whisperers new book and we spoke to Paul Murphy, Youth Information Officer, Crosscare Youth Service Bray about a college awareness week event taking place inThe Stage Youth Cafe in Wicklow Town, which was on in the Community Resource , St Patrick's Road on today from 1.30 - 4.30 pm. We also spoke to Noel Byrne, Senior EPA Inspector about untreated water being pumped into urban areas including arklow and we were joined in studio by gadget guru dominic smith who will chat about black Friday; and the gadgets that are out there.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Tuesday 24th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 24th November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to IFA Wicklow County Chairman Tom Shortt about the latest President Eddie Downey stepping back and Con Lucey starting an investigation and with Christmas drawing near and the latest date you can send gifts to loved ones abroad getting closer, we asked Steve Wynne- Jones, Editor Checkout Magazine why Tayto are still the most missed brand by Irish Emigrants and what else they miss. We spoke to Listener Susan Nolan about being robbed yesterday outside Aldi and Mandie Delahunt joined us in studio to remind us why she set up her sad charity, their next fundraiser and being the east coast spokesperson for a new organisation, also helping parents who have lost a baby 11- 12pm We spoke to conflict coach and mediator Fiona McAuslen about divorce in Ireland being 20 years old today and just how close that vote was and we heard a review of last nights’ U2 Concert from Showbiz Editor with the Irish Daily Mail Eoin Murphy. We were joined in studio by Deaglán De Bréadún who will talk about his book ‘power play – the Rise of Modern Sinn Fein. We spoke to local activist Basil miller on the on-going Greystones McDonalds controversy and Reverend Baden Stanley joined us in studio with their new comics Wunderland - Making Christian Stories Available to a new Generation of Children. Singer songwriter Sermot Kennedy drops in to perform live ahead of his gig in Whelans this Saturday
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Monday, November 23, 2015

Monday 23rd November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Monday 23rd November The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11pm We spoke to FG Deputy Andrew Doyle red and Pat O’Toole, Irish Farmers Journal about the latest on IFA and we were joined by the husband and wife team Robert and Yvonne Roe who run the Enniskerry B&B that Daniel and Majella visit on their next TV trip to be shown on UTV Ireland tonight. Nutritional Therapist Conor Saunders joined us to talk about what is good and bad about calcium. 11- 12pm We were joined in studio by Sean McGoldrick with his book punching above their weight - the Irish Olympic boxing story and Marlena Murphy and featured photographer Aoife Hester joined us in studio to talk about the already successful Wicklow calendar which is in aid of the east coast fm Wicklow wide coffee morning. Ashford based psychotherapist Richard Bury on todays modern family and how to deal with that and Paddy Cole dropped in for a chat about his upcoming Christmas shows
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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