Michael Sullivan reporting ‘live’ from this year’s Shoebox Collection on display at Mountjoy Square, Dublin for Inner City Helping Homeless
On this edition of Lifeline: Michael Sullivan is joined by Diane Kane, from Florida. She is a recently diagnosed and successfully treated MCAS (Mast Cell Activation Syndrome) sufferer. They discuss the new, environmentally triggered, modern epidemic of complex chronic illness.
Lifeline-07-11-2019 – Micheal speak to June Tinsley from the National Council for the Blind in Ireland
Michael Sullivan interviews June Tinsley from the National Council for the Blind in Ireland about the opening of their new store in Skerries and how the public can support the work of NCBI.
Michael Sullivan interviews students from Mount Temple secondary school about Stand Up Awareness Week which runs from 11th-15th of November 2019.
Michael Sullivan chats with Michele O’Brien, CEO of the Irish Osteoporosis Society, about new Osteoporosis research highlighting bone health concerns.
Michael speaks with USI Vice President for the Dublin Region Craig McHugh about the USI Re:Charge your mental health campaign.
Michael Sullivan chats with Marie O’Connor about the “Our Maternity Hospital Campaign” and their campaign against the private Catholic ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital. Especially with the Repeal of the 8th Amendment coming into effect this year, they want to…
Michael Sullivan is joined by Nuala Donlon, Greyhound Action Ireland where they discuss how the government need to stop funding cruel Greyhound racing.
Michael Sullivan is joined Live in the studio by Carina Cunningham where they chat about the forthcoming Style Warrior Fashion and Entertainment Show that Carina is organizing. All funds raised will go to the charity My Lovely Horse Rescue.
Lifeline: Michael Sullivan Speaks With Terry Wogan, Senior Librarian about Motion in Motors and Dublin City Library’s Summer Programme
Lifeline: Michael Sullivan Speaks With Terry Wogan, Senior Librarian, Development Office, Dublin City Library, about Motion in Motors and Dublin City Library’s Summer Programme