1956 was the year that Elvis was crowned the King of Rock and Roll with his worldwide hit ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ recorded when he was just 21. Ronnie Delany was also 21 that year when he won a gold medal in the Melbourne…
Off The Shelf Joe Byrne talks to Shay Kelly Joe and Shay talk about the recent general election, the winners and the losers and who may form the next government.
Pat Liddy joins Donnie to discuss “Lets Walk and Talk”, organised by Dublin City Council.
Tom Manning from T.I.I. tells Donie about the public consultation process which runs until until Thursday, 12th March 2020 at 5pm in relation to Metro link to Albert college park.
Well known local motor cyclist Freddie Snow joins Donie in studio with details of his calendar for 2020 of his photographs which has won an award. The Photographs were taken by Freddie as he travelled to every part of Ireland on his…
Linda Picket from the Northside Partnership are in studio to talk about Preparing for Life Home Visiting
Dean Russell, Kilmore Celtic and Community Activist in studio discussing the presentation of keys for a new local youth club and other local issues.
Jackie Haughey Citizen’s Information in studio with their regular advice slot
Barbara Jennings reporting from the Solomon Gallery with artist Eamon Colman.
Berni Dwan in studio talking about her play “The Seven Ages of Man / Like It Or Not” in Smock Alley Theatre Dublin on 22nd of February 9.30pm.
1959 was the year that Clifford Brown from Dundalk spent 6 weeks with Scarlet Fever in the Drogheda Fever Hospital, aged 5 and was force fed Tapioca, a food he has never eaten since! Anne Seagrave was nine years old that year…
Guidance Information officer James O Toole & colleague Mary McGrath joins Noel to discuss Adult education courses