On Friday’s Déise Today we covered more on the controversy from yesterday that took place in Tramore and UHW.
Cleo Murphy from the Waterford Green Part spoke to Eamon about the demonstration in solidarity with the complainant in the Belfast rape trial, that took place yesterday in the City.
Burglars have been feeding household dogs in the Fenor area raw meat laced with poison. Fenor resident John was on the show to tell us more. (You can go directly to John’s interview here)
It’s the first Good Friday since the 1920’s that the pubs are open and we had the National Executive of Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) and Publican Michael Fitzgerald from the Munster Bar reporting on how the changes will effect bar owners.
Our panel was made up of Paul Dower, Johnathan Culleton, Teresanne O’Riely and Irena Lovekaite and were discussing all things lighthearted including, Ireland getting its first nudist-friendly beach in Dalkey, Movie star Will Ferrell yesterday revealed deleting his Facebook account and annoying cinema habits.
Listen to Fridays show below.