Wednesday 6th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am Niall O’Connor Political Correspondent Irish Independent talked to us on the coalition’s response to the flooding crisis and we asked Dr Ciara Kelly about the new season of operation transformation which starts tonight . We also spoke to listener and campaigner Michael Mulvehille about why the smell in ballynagran effects his family and Career Guidance Counsellor Patricia Wroe discussed the start of the new term today and good practice on study skills and also covered points about the world of work today that could influence college choices. 11- 12pm Media Trainer Orlaith Carmody dropped in with her new book perform as a leader, she will give new year tips on motivation, confidence and goal setting for those looking to create opportunity in career or personally and we asked editor of healthista.com and journalist Anna Magee why soups and juices are the new juices, and about other wellness trends in 2016 and her top health books. We asked broadcaster Barbara Scully her plans and thoughts on nolliag na mBan and we were joined in studio by East Coast Physio Catherine Craddock who gave advice on avoiding injury, particularly for those restarting excercise and fitness. We also paid tribute to Wesley burrows.
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