Friday, January 8, 2016

Friday 8th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Friday 8th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We were joined by Graham O’Neill, Wicklow Voice, Mary Fogarty, Bray People and Mick Kelly Wicklow News who will all review the papers and stories of the week and Larry Donnelly, NUI Galway Law Lecturer and Boston Lawyer talked to us about Obama and guns and the republican adn democratic presidential primaries and Sergeant John Fitzpatrick dropped in with the latest crime reports and warnings 11- 12pm We asked Andrew Doyle about the flooding, Ballynagran and the IFA and we caught up briefly with Paddy Cole about his postponed gigs due to flooding and his plans for 2016 and we got reaction from Damien Mulley on the proposal to put the twitter character count going up to 10,000 and more from the consumer electronics show. Charlie Weston, Personal Finance Editor with the Irish Independent told us about banks now buying market share with cash
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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Thursday 7th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Thursday 7th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We asked Christine Flood senior exec officer Wicklow co co about the incidents of flooding around the County and we checked in with Tom Fortune who is in Holywell and Stephen Kearon in Ballinaclash, both were particularly affected. We also asked Moira Byrne Environmental Awareness Officer with Wicklow County Council how you can dispose of your Christmas tree and recycle your post xmas waste and Science Man Sean Duke joined us to talk on the high rates of Autism and what progress the NCRC are making in the area , his view on the alleged hydrogen bomb and the Wicklow participants of young scientists exhibition 11- 12pm We heard the latest on IFA and elections from Tom Shortt Wicklow County Chairman IFA and further reaction from Pat O’Toole, Irish Farmers Journal and for our listners thinking of spending some of their time helping others in 2016, we asked Leah Kinsella from Wicklow volunteer centre what and how you can volunteer. We spoke to Pat hayes, Holywell resident about the flooding and we asked Lara Marlowe, Paris Correspondent with the Irish Times to remind us of this day last year in Paris, and the Charlie Hebdo attacks. Vet Pete Wedderburn joined us to answer listener queries
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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Wednesday 6th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

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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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Tuesday 6th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan

Tuesday 6th January 2016 The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am FG Junior Minister Simon Harris spoke to us about the flooding and what is to be done for Wicklow and Technological Consultant Damien Mulley chats to us about the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas which is unveiling gadgets of 2016. Nutritional Therapist Conor Saunders also dropped in to talk on detoxing and new years resolutions 11- 12pm Claire speculated on celebrity big brother and mentioned Saoirse Ronans latest award and Ann Gregory award winning bridal designer dropped in on trends in wedding dresses for those who got engaged over Christmas & New Yea. Laura Haugh from Mummy pages joined us to talk about getting the kids back to routine after the festive sugar, toys & late night overload and We asked Fr Martin Cosgrove about the stolen baby jesus from their crib. Billy Timmons also talks to us about the launch of renua manifesto yesterday 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