On Wednesday Deise Today Eamon spoke to one of the survivors of Bill Kenneally, Jason Clancy on the news that the government has announced that they will carry out a commision of investigation in the alleged cover-up of the former basketball coach crimes.
Waterford City and County Councillors Seamus O’Donnell and Siobhan Whelan spoke to Eamon on how Grattan Square in Dungarvan still remains uncompleted but yet the contractor has been paid.
Gardaí Roana Slevin of Kilmacthomas Gradaí Station and Representative of Waterford on the GRA National Committee and Welfare updated Eamon on how he isn’t surprised with recent findings showing lack of support within the Gardaí for mental health issues.
Listener Alma spoke to Eamon on what she believes are the dangers of the new layout of the Apple market for pedestrians
Conal O’Fátharta on the latest adoption scandal story relating to false registrations of birth Mother and Father at St Patricks Guild in Dublin, concerning people who were born between 1946 and 1969.
Eamon Spratt from Spratt Auctioneers spoke to Eamon on the housing shortage in the Dungarvan area which as a result influences the community an business.
WLR FM’s and Deise Today researcher Daniel Keating and Show’s cover Producer Brian Moss updated Eamon on the worst names in Ireland that parents call their children.
Listener Seamus who was born in 1952 updated Eamon on how he may be affected by the latest adoption scandal.
Listen to Wednesday’s show below.