On this edition of Northside Today: “Whistle” Jerome Corby, Des Walsh, Enid Conaghan, Carl Lombard, Andy Slowey, and Brian McGuinness, bluegrass band join Adrianne in studio to chat about their progress, their gig’s, and play some music. Broadcast: 29/04/2019
Claudia Tormey from the Sick of Plastic Campaign joins Donie to discuss her organisations concerns and conflicts with the government’s recycling advice.
John Healy Interviews Noreen Byrne, Secretary with the 1916 Relatives Association about the Annual Commemoration at the Garden of Remembrance on Saturday 20th April.
John Healy Interviews Dean Russell, Kilmore Celtic and Madeleine Ebbs Dcc North about the success of Kilmore Celtic and the Involvement of DCC North with the club.
Mark Keane, President PDFORRA, joins Donie to discuss his bitter disappointed at learning of another delay in the departure of members of the 58th Infantry Battalion to Syria.
Paddy Bourke, Independent joins Donie to discuss running for Local Elections in the Beaumont/Donaghmede Area.
Northside Today 29 – 03 – 2019 Cormac Moore, Historian in Residence, Dublin City Libraries North Central Area
Cormac Moore, Historian in Residence with Dublin City Libraries North Central Area joins Donie to discuss the Mansion House being open to the public again on the weekend of the 6th and 7th April 2019.
Joan Crawford, Manager of Failte Ireland joins Donie to discuss Spring Campaign for the Wild Atlantic Way focusing on commuters and the Northern Irish Market.
Joe O Connor, Lead Organiser at Forsa Trade Union joins Donie to discuss More Power To You Launching The Campaign For Stronger Local Government And Better Local Services.