On Mondays Déise Today Eamon spoke to Professor Brendan Kelly of Trinity College, Dublin and author of ‘Mental Health Ireland,” about dangers that social media can have on youths (You can go straight to interview here.)
General Secretary of the NUJ, Seamus Dooley updated Eamon on how he called on Communication Minister Denis Naughten to recuse himself from media regulation until the INM case is dealt with, at the NUJ event in Southport, UK.
Political Editor of the Irish Examiner Daniel McConnell reported on the cost of business class flights for the Taoiseach and members of this staff, which reportedly cost the taxpayer €32,000.
Cllr John Pratt aired his concerns on how Waterford is receiving €285,000 out of €10m investment to repair roads and boreens. Cork gained most from the investment as they revived €1m.
Caroline Senior spoke to Eamon on how the West Waterford Food Festival went.
Sophie Cummins of St Declan’s Community College, Kilmacthomas and Caoimhe Halligan of Presentation Secondary School, called into the studio to tell Eamon how they addressed the Seanad last week about issues of gender equality.
Tony Burke, Operations Manager for Waterford FC update Eamon on the latest big game for the blues against Bray Wanderers.
And Shane Aherne and Gavin Whelan updated Eamon on all the GAA action.
Listen to Mondays show below.