Wednesday 10th February 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We asked Paraic Gallgher Political Correspondent about the protest in Wicklow yesterday at the Taoiseachs visit and Mick Kelly, Wicklownews.net told us about his poster watch around the county. Juno McEnroe, Political Correspondent with the Irish Examiner gave his view on the campaign trail to date and we were joined in studio by Patricia Wroe Career Guidance counsellor pops in to talk about matriculation. We also spoke to listener Henry Jackson in Avoca about his missing heifer, gone since Saturday evening. 11am –midday We asked Seamus Bolan, Irish Rural Link about the issues that should be put to candidates; around rural crime, transport and we chatted to Comedian Alison Spittle ahead of her gig in the international bar. We asked Larry Donnelly Wicklow Native and Law Lecturer NUI galway about the latest on the primary’s and we asked Councillor Miriam Murphy who lives with a disability and Laura English, community development worker in the Dublin south Wicklow area Disability federation about the campaign being facilitated by the Disability Federation Ireland - Disable Inequality. It's encouraging people to only vote for candidates willing to prioritise the issues affecting people with disabilities.
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