On Friday’s Deise Today Waterford City and County Councillor Jim Griffin spoke to Maria about how the council should look to developing sulky racing in the city.
Daniel McConnell, Political Editor of the Irish Examiner aired his views on the Vicky Phelan case, including Simon Coveney apology in the Dail.
Colman Noctor, child and adolescent psychotherapist highlighted the serious impact that technology is having on family time in Ireland.
Barry Grant, founder of ‘Problem Gambling Ireland updated Maria on the story scratch cards using the brand name ‘Monopoly’ was among 19 games turned down by the regulator who believes they would be “attractive to children.”
On our Friday panel, this week was Paul Dower from ‘Waterford in your pocket,’ Jacqui Corcoran, writer and media consultant and former RTE producer and Rita Lacey Theologian. Topics discussed this week include Alfie Evans case in the UK, A mother vowing to never tell her daughter she’s beautiful and new research this week has revealed couples married 20 years are happier than newlyweds.
And WLR’s Gavin Whelan updated Maria on all the GAA action this weekend.
Listen to Fridays show below.