Crimestoppers

John Healy speaks to CIAN CONNAUGHTON from crimestoppers about the work they do & their annual report. Their confidential line is open from 9am -9pm every day & their freephone number is 1800250025. Their confidential line was established in 1988 & they provide a free phone service where members of the public can ring up…

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Northside Mediation Services

RONNIE O’ BRIEN speaks to VALERIE GAUGHRAN from the mediation services about the work they do and about a new bill that was brought in, in 2010 called mediation & conciliation bill which means anybody considering going to court on domestic issues has to first seek mediation counciling…

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Temple Street’s History on Show

Pat Meehan talks to local historian and Temple Street staff member BARRY KENNARK about a new exhibition taking place at the Little Museum of Dublin ( www.littlemuseum.ie ). On show are many pictures and artifacts that are used to illustrate the famous children’s hospital’s proud history of achievement in the field of medical research. There…

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Surpressed Histories Archive

MARY CONDREN talks with Pat Meehan about Suppressed Histories Archive founder Maxine Dashu, who is coming to Ireland courtesy of Woman’s Spirit. Suppressed Histories teaches global women’s history through images. Maxine is exploring if there was ever a time in our human history when men and women lived in harmony, and in religion where women are not treated…

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The Voice Squad’s Phil Callery in Studio

Musician and Voice Squad member, PHIL CALLERY joins Noel McGuinness in studio. Phil talks about his love for music, his dislike of where music production has evolved to over the years, how he started with the Voice Squad, how he believes that Ireland is keeping its song writing traditions intact and his old slot in…

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Europe Day Celebrations in the EU House

Noel McGuinness talks to AMANDA NI GHABHANN, who is reporting from the Europe Day Celebrations that are taking place in the EU House in Molesworth Street. A day full of speeches, live music and food from most of the EU10 countries (Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia) for a big celebration to mark the 10th…

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Amy FitzPatrick Is Still Missing

The disappearance of Amy Fitzpatrick occurred on New Year’s Day 2008. At 10pm on that day, 15-year-old Irish girl Amy Fitzpatrick said goodbye to friend Ashley Rose, with whom she had been babysitting Ashley’s brother at her friend’s house in Mijas Costa in Málaga, Spain. Fitzpatrick should have arrived at her home on the urbanisation…

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Missing Teddy Bear Reunited With Its Owner

Conor speaks to AUSTIN MAGUIRE from Enjoy Malahide about a missing teddy bear that was reunited with its owner. He talks about the story about the missing teddy bear, how he discovered the teddy bear, how he used Facebook to find its owner, the pride he felt when returning the teddy bear to its owner and…

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Lets Walk & Talk Tours In Dublin

John Healy speaks to CIARAN MAHONEY from Dublin City Council about lets walk & talk spring 2015. The walks are set up to get people from a certain community to get to know each other & get fit at the same time. The walk & talk tours are running a few years & take place…

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Introducing Red Room

The lead singer of Red Room, ANTHONY BOOLS chats with Noel McGuinness and we get to hear a couple of tracks from the North Dublin band’s new album. Song one: 00:11:50 – 03:33:50 Song two: 15:25:00 – 18:35:00…

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Ciaran Mullooly’s New Book, “Back To The Future”

Conor speaks to CIARAN MULLOOLY, RTE Midlands correspondent about his new book, “Back To The Future”. He talks about his background up to his position to RTE, how he got involved in media, her association with Maeve Binchy, how lucky he feels to be able to get his break and the interviews he conducted with…

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Dublin Action Plan for Jobs – Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

Mark Finnegan is talking to RICHARD BRUTON minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation about Dublin Action Plan for Jobs, part of €250million regional jobs strategy. The Government launches the Dublin Action Plan for Jobs, aimed at delivering 10-15% employment growth in the capital over the coming years. The Government was launching plan in Butler’s chocolate…

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Tackling Homophobic and Transphobic bullying

MICHAEL BARRON from Belong To Youth services joins Yvette Reid to talk about the issue of homophobic and transphobic bullying. Michael talks about how this kind of bullying is a very serious problem in Ireland according to recent reports, what he has found from speaking to school youths who have seen or experienced such incidents, the “Stand Up”…

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