Fr. Tony Coote was recently diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and joined Ryan in studio to talk about how life has changed since the diagnosis and what he's doing to raise awareness and money for research and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Máire Seó Breathnach;Féile Bídh agus cúrsaí gaolainne sa Chomhairle.Dáithí de Mordha; Cáipéise 1846 maidir le Dún Chaoín.Micléinn Ard dioplóma Nemeton.. Tríona Ní Lionnáin;Lóistín Chléire.Phil agus Micheál Ó Brosnachain;Ainmiúchán dá ngnó Leaba is bricfeast.
On the evening of June 30th, 2015, Marie got a phone call to tell her that her husband Eugene had been knocked off his bicycle by a hit and run driver. Eugene died later that day in hospital and Marie joined Ryan on the line to talk about the loss she feels and how she has been rebuilding her life by returning to the flower business.
John Paul Phelan, Minister of State for Local Government & Electoral Reform. James Lawless FF TD for Kildare North. Jennifer Bray, Deputy Political Editor, The Times Ireland Edition. Emmet Ryan Business & technology reporter Sunday Business Post. Dr Rory Hearne Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute.
Off the back of his strong showing at the Spanish Open, Paul Dunne joins us to talk about slow play, playing on two tours at once and his prospects in Morocco this weekend. Stephanie Meadow joined us to discuss her recent win at the Symetra Tour at the IOA Championship, edging closer to a LPGA Tour, plus the challenges of a competing with no caddie
Tommy O’Reilly remembers his passing out ceremony, proudly marching by his family in his Irish Army uniform. For Tommy, the decision to volunteer for active service in Lebanon was an easy one; he believes that it is his duty as a soldier. But, with recent reports of hostages captured in the region, this is an anxious time for his family.(1991)