Padraig Conlon joins John Healy to discuss how we in the media can help stop gender based violence in particular violence against women Web Link: Dublinpeople.com
Lifeline – Frontline shop workers & the challenges they face every day during Covid. Victoria Jones from Bonnybrook Pharmacy.
Victoria Jones from Bonnybrook Pharmacy joins Debbie McMahon to talk about a very distressing event which took place in the pharmacy last week with an Anti mask customer. Victoria wants to make other retailers aware of the risks out there when her…
The whole country is in mourning after the brutal assault and murder of young teacher, Ashling Murphy in Tullamore last week. The 23-year-old was brutally murdered in broad daylight while out for a run and due to the nature of the crime,…
Lifeline – Christine O’Kelly will chat about the DCU courses open to retired people who wish to continue learning.
Myra Gleeson speaks to Ms Christine O’Kelly: DCU dedicated Age Friendly University Global Network Coordinator. Supporting the age friendly initiative on campus and drives the development of the global network. For more information visit: www.dcu.ie/agefriendly/news
George Mulcahy is joined by Frances Tuffery, Chairperson of The Society of Recorder Players Ireland where they chat about the Society, its plans for the year ahead and how Covid has affected the society and its members.
Lifeline – St Francis Hospice ”Our Values in Verse” Competition invites poetry submissions from people of all ages. The deadline for entry is Wednesday 9th February 2022.
Myra Gleeson speaks to Alison Barker, St Francis Hospice Administrative Service Manager. The poems need to be themed around the Hospice’s core values. Dignity, compassion, respect and kindness, For more information visit: www.sfh.ie/poetry-competition