Call for Full Documentation of the Irish Fishing Industry

Listen to Johnny Woodlock of the Irish Seal Sanctuary talking to Noel McGuinness
calling for full documentation of the Irish Fishing Industry.

News from Bull Island

Listen to Niamh Ní Cholmáin, Biodiversity Officer, Dublin City Council talking
to Noel McGuinness about the return of the Brent Geese to Bull Island. She also
talks about Sea Buckthorn and how this invasive species is both “a threat and a

Ken Molloy Interview

Ken Molloy and Barbara Delaney the ONE, speak to Leslie Murphy about Barbara’s World Title Fight 

Kayleigh Nobel Interview

Leslie Murphy Speaker to singer Kayleigh Noble about her up coming charity gig which will be healed at Old Trafford and is in aid of UNICEF, on Lifeline

The Andy Morgan Foundation

Jamie Jay Car talks to Angie McEvoy and Joanne Featherstone from The Andy Morgan Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness.

Darina Shouldice – Darndale Arts Week

Darina Shouldice – Our Lady Immaculate School , Darndale. Noel McGuinness is joined in studio by Darina Shouldice. Darina is one of the organisers of Darndale Arts Week, taking place from Monday, November 3rd to Friday November 7th.  A large number of Community Groups, agencies and institutions come together to make the event as inclusive as possible. Darina talks about the wide range of events, workshops and appearances that will be happening during Darndale Arts Week. You can get more information about Darndale Arts Week here

Philip St. John

Morgan O’Reilly talks to Philip St. John, writer of drama and fiction.

Brendan from the Irish Writers’ Centre

Morgan O’Reilly talks to Brendan from the Irish Writers’ Centre

Vanessa O’Loughlin

Morgan O’Reilly speaks to Vanessa O’Loughlin of Inkwell publishing and

“Unravel” – bring in your old socks!

Carina McGrail, project coordinator for “Unravel”, talks to Noel McGuinness on Northside Today about a new series of events that will be held in Temple Bar.  The first of these, “Unravel”, is in Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar, on 25th and 26th October and Carina says this is an event that celebrates all things felt and yarn.  Cow’s Lane is traditionally an area where craft and design takes place.  This free event has something for all the family, including a “felting wall” and people bring in old knitted items that can be used in this wall.  There will be a knitting stall where people of all ages can receive information and advice on knitting.  For children there will be story-telling.  In addition children can bring in old socks and be shown how to turn them into little felted creatures.  Other events in the “New in the Old City” series can be seen on

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