Writer’s Block 27th February 2015

Morgan O Reilly visits Fighting Words, a creative writing centre in Dublin’s north inner-city, to meet the Irish dramatists of the future who are soon to be staged at the Peacock Theatre. Jean Hanney (2 mins 32 secs), Robyn Gill (8 mins 20 secs), Emily Gallagher (18 mins 45 secs), Sean Farrelly (30 mins 50 secs), Sean McGillicuddy (43 mins 00 secs) and the five remaining playwrights (48 mins 24 secs) all speak to Morgan.

Lifeline – Interview with Phil Power

Phil Power, Chair funding committee Priorswood pastoral centre building fund urgent call for support

Lifeline – Interview with Alwiye Xuseyn

Interview with Alwiye Xuseyn, Migrant Women Health Officer with AkiDwA, on Female Genital Mutilation(FGM)

Lifeline – Interview with Ciara O’Grady

Ciara O’Grady, Director of Fundraising & Events The National Children’s Hospital Tallaght about 
The National Pancake Party

Lunchtime Miscellany with Mary Byrne and Des Willoughby

Ray Kennedy chats to Mary Byrne from X factor and international Tenor Des Willoughby, promoting event on in the Red Cow Inn, Tuesday 3rd of March

Enviro 23/02/15

Presenter: John Haughton
Panellists: Joe Dunne & Robert Navan

Interviews with: William Merivale, John Carmody of ARAN & John Carmody

CU@Lunchtime Episode 2

Presenter: Mark Finnegan
Regular Guest: Darren O’Reilly, Business Development & Marketing Manager, Member First Credit Union
Special Guest: Nicki Fitzgerald, Gaelic Games Promotions Office, Fingallians

Lynam Family Appeal for House Adaptation Funding

Pat Meehan speaks to Jonathan Lynam who is appealing to Dublin City Council for funding which

will allow his family renovate their home  for their brave father who had both his legs amputated due to a serious illness on Near FM’s Northside Today

Crime Victims Helpline 10th. Year

Naomi Gould, Co-ordinator of the National Crime Victims Helpline talks to John Healy on Near FM’s Northside Today about the help and services available to victims of crime.

first light Association

Debbie Mc Mahon talks to Louise O’ Sullivan from First Light ( formerly the Irish Suddden Infant Death Association,about the work they do to support all families in Ireland experiencing this horrific and painful loss.

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