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.
Maria Jackson from Northside Homecare joins Donie to discuss a new concept in their food services.
Former academic Alan Tuffrey joins us again for his regular fortnightly contribution this week Alan will be discussing with Donie whether the standard of basic hand writing has fallen over the years, and if so he explores why this might be so.
Cllr. Janice Boylan joins Donie to bring us an update on the bill passed in the Dail last week which secures the rejuvenation and preservation of Moore Street.
Chair of AVEA, Sean Connick joins Donie to discuss why Summer reopening under Level 3 critical to survival of Ireland’s visitor attractions on so many different levels.
Northside Today: Donie Speaks with John Devine the band leader of the “The Devines”, a London Irish Family Band
John Devine the band leader of the “The Devines”, a London Irish Family Band, with trad influences joins Donie from the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith. The band has got a really big sound, using Uilleann Pipes and Saxaphone – John is also a singer…
Mayor of Fingal Cllr David Healy joins Donie to discuss the Lanesborough Park Development Project Consultation process at Meakstown, which is located between Finglas and Ballymun.
As the threat of even more Post Office closures looms Tony Wall from the Postmasters’ Union joins Donie to ask the question, who will provide financial services to communities, such as those where Bank of Ireland branches are to close?
Northside Today: Donie Speaks with Eimear McGeowan world acclaimed flute player, of both Irish Traditional and Classical music
Eimear McGeowan world acclaimed flute player, of both Irish Traditional and Classical music joins Donie from the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith as a part of our continuing “Bright side of the Road Series”
Paul Hayes from the Northside Partnership joins Donie to discuss Communiversities we are also joined by Catherine Murphy who has been a participant on the Communiversities programme and share’s her experience of it.
Female singer songwriter Sinéad Egan joins Donie from the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith as part of our “BRIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD” radio show