On the show Patrick Donohue is joined by Tony Considine who spoke about the iconic Bob Marley concert in Dalymount Park in 1980 and the history of Dalymount as a music venue.
Georgiana Feddigan,Citizen’s Information joins John in studio to discuss “Back to Education”
Donie reporting from the Northside Partnership’s Education Fair in Parnell’s GAA Club, where he is joined by Shane Brennan from the Dublin North East Drugs and alcohol task force.
Urban Schrott, IT and Cybercrime Analyst “Five steps to stay safe online and the fear of new damaging attacks by the GreyEnergy group.
Alison Gilliland, Labour Councillor, Dublin / Donaghmede will be discussing motions put forward at the recent DCC meeting, to include; Restrictions in the “Blue Bag Scheme”, Lack of grass cutting on the lands of St. Paul’s School and the negative impact it…
Helen Rooney from the Finglas marching band joins Donie in studio to chat about the Finglas marching band and she also talks about their impending trip to America.
Tim Jackson from “Believe in respect” tells Noel why he’s campaigning for a no vote in the upcoming Blasphemy referendum on the 26thof October.
Cllr. Janice Boylan joins Noel to discuss the current problem of “Rat Infestation” in Dublin.
Richard Guiney C.E.O. of “DublinTown” talks to Donie about the impact of the vat increase in the recent budget & also the possible impacts of Brexit.
Sadhbh O’Neill from Friends of the Irish Environment joins Donie to discuss the first case of its kind where the citizens are seeking to hold the state accountable for dangerous levels of climate change.