On Thursday’s Déise Today listener Siobhan from Tramore spoke to Eamon about her experience when a campaigner called to her door regarding the eight upcoming referenda (You can go straight to interview here).
Fintan O’Mahoney former member of the A.S.T.I standing committee and Scoil Mhuire Carrick On Suir teacher spoke live from A.S.T.I Education Conference in Cork. He spoke about the issues concerning teachers that have arisen at the conference this week.
Former Enterprise Editor of ‘The Sunday Times’ Rachel Bridge told us about the ten tips on how to play to your strengths, which is taken from her new book ‘Already Brilliant: Play to Your Strengths in Work and Life,’ which is available in all good bookstores.
John Cambell Lecture in History at University College Cork (UCC) spoke to Eamon about his eventful trip to Israel which he said, involved members of the group being interrogated, resulting in two members of the group being deported home.
Silicon Republic award-winning Journalist John Kennedy advised us on how external parties can hold of your data from Facebook and how to protect yourself from this.
Former Newcastle and Republic of Ireland Player John Anderson updated us on all the action from the Liverpool game at Anfield on Wednesday night, including the attack on the Man City coach.
And professional golfer John McHenry updated us on the lead up to the first day of the Masters at Augusta National in Georgia USA.
Listen to Thursdays show below.