On Thursday’s Déise Today Eamon caught up with heart attack survivor Eleanor Cullen form last weeks show. Since Eleanor spoke to Eamon she in after getting over a major heart operation and is still in the care of Cork University Hospital (CUH).
MEP for Ireland South, Deirdre Clune popped into the studio to talk about the current issues that are topical in Europe at the moment including Brexit, repealing the eight and being an advocate of the EU Plastics Strategy.
Cancer Survivor Tara Kelly and parent of a boy who attends Ard Scoil Na Mara, gives her reaction to Wednesday’s story about how a student was “isolated” in a classroom because of dying their hair for charity.
Irish Independent Technology Editor, Adrian Weckler updated us with the latest on the Cambridge Analytica story and advising listeners on how to keep their Facebook data safe and private.
Relationships Councillor, Bernadette Ryan gave her opinion on living in a crisis of touch and how we are getting more afraid of touching our loved ones.
Dr Declan Jordan, Director of the Spatial and Regional Economics Centre in UCC gave his opinion on the Ireland 2040 plan and how he believes the government has missed a key opportunity (You can go straight to his insightful interview here.)
And Collette Colfer, Lecture in World Religions at Waterford Institute of Technology gave her reaction of Pope Francis visiting Ireland in August.