Oddly enough, it was at a similar time of year, autumn, when that English army led by King Henry V faced French soldiers on a battlefield in Agincourt in 1415, and Lieutenant-General Sir Alexander Godley’s Anzac corps prepared to capture Passchendaele Ridge…
John is joined by Padraig Conlon of the Northside People to discuss some of the week’s stories.
Aileen Hickie from Parentline joins John to talk about the increase in calls to the helpline, how parents can help children who are anxious about returning to school and the Non Violent Resistance Programme.
Following on from a photograph published recently of a four year old child sitting on the footpath, eating a hot meal from a soup kitchen, Adrianne speaks to Tony Walsh, CEO of Feed Our Homeless about the plight of homeless families on…
Northside Today: Adrianne Speaks with Author Gearoid O’ Clerigh to discuss his new book Large-format poetry book with full colour illustrations
Author Gearoid O’ Clerigh joins Adrianne to discuss his new book Large-format poetry book with full colour illustrations
Inland Fisheries outreach officer Lorraine O’ Donnell joins Adrianne to discuss Go Fishing week 2021 programme of events to get people in Dublin hooked on fishing
Oisin Fahy campaigning executor for The Great Irish Bake for Children’s Health foundation at Crumlin and Temple Street Hospitals.
Former academic Alan Tuffery joins Donie to discuss why we’re great at funerals but not so good about talking about end of life, and talks about the Advance Healthcare Directive
World-renowned flautist and composer Philippe Barnes joins Donie from the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith as part of our Bright side of the Road series.