Duke Street Gallery Art Exhibition

Barbara Jennings speaks to BRYAN PALM who is having an exhibition in duke street galley. His work consists of pictures he took back in the 1970’s in lower & upper Mount street where he grew up. Down our way is the title of his work which consist’s of pictures he took of the children in…

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The Ha’Penny Flea Market

Barbara Jennings meets with SEAN and SONYA who are involved with the market, and they explain what the market has to offer to the Public.  Sean speaks about the “defunct decoupage” that he sells and also about the Victorian greetings cards that he creates.  Sonya shares how she got involved with helping to neuter feral…

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Fingal Festival Of Fire

Conor speaks with PAUL BARNES, events officer for the Fingal Festival Of Fire. He talks about the details of the events, the mazes as part of the festival for different age groups, how they encourage people to come to the organised event and the Oktoberfest event that Fingal County Council are organised…

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The Woodland League discuss Coilltes sale of forest areas

ANDREW ST. LEDGER of “The Woodland League” speaks to Ronnie O’Brien about lobbying for a public enquiry into the Coillte public assets stripping. Andrew speaks of looking at Coilltes accounts and discovering that large numbers of areas of woodland had been sold off to pension funds. They speak of sales going to the Irish Forest…

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Great Aunt Does A Great Channel Swim For A Great Charity

SHEILA FLEMING talks to Conor Doyle about MAURA TWOMEY’s great swimming achievement. Maura, a brave great-aunt, swam the English Channel to raise funds for her grandnephew who suffers from cystic fibrosis. Maura Twomey was 59 when she took on the epic challenge for the CF children’s unit at Cork University Hospital between July 9 and…

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Religious Freedom Also Means Freedom to Be Catholic

Ronnie O’Brien talks to DR. JOHN MURRAY of The Iona Institute about religious freedom. Tanaiste Eamonn Gilmore’s speech has worried the Iona Institute, who feel that separation of Church and State in Ireland has gone far enough. The Institute say that it is not wrong to have the Catholic ethos at the heart of Education and…

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Wilson, Betty & Kepple Autobiography

Conor speaks to ALAN SLAFFORD about the autobiography book of Wilson, Betty & Kepple that he wrote called “Not Too Naked For The Nazi”. He talks about where the title of the book came from, how he got into the story of Wilson, Betty & Kepple, how one of them became a journalist covering the…

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The Exchange, Temple Bar

Barbara Jennings talks to SEAN at The Exchange in Temple Bar, which is an open space for people who like a variety of activities like Dance, Music, Arts, and Theatre.  They work as a collective/cooperative,  and are all volunteers. It is a Drugs and Alcohol free space. Barbara also speaks to SIOBHAN from Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, about…

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Simon Community “Light up for Simon” Campaign

KELLY CROWLEY of Dublin Simon community joins Eoin Drinan to discuss the Light Up For Simon campaign. For the campaign launch people were encouraged to come out to South William Street in their most festive jumpers to help raise essential funding. There will be a “make and do” stand at the event where people can…

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