Thursday 18th May 2017

Déise Today- May 18th

Déise Today- May 18th

On today's show, Enda Kenny has stepped down as the Taoiseach and Political Editor of the Irish Examiner Daniel McConnell spoke to Eamon about it and who is likely to be the next Taoiseach- Leo or Simon.

Danny Healy Rae said that eating a big meal and getting behind the wheel of a car was the same as drink driving. Susan Gray from the Parc Road Safety Group gave her reaction.

Eamon was joined in studio by Waterford young men Jake and Luke Butler and their Grandad Pat. The boys undertook a very interesting projest about the controversial issure that is traffic delays on Waterford City's Quays. They talk about what they discovered and their suggestions of solutions.

Nan O Brien gives a quick update on how her mam is doing since the closure of the Sacred Heart Unit at the Dungarvan Community Hospital.

Using Sex to get your own way in a relationship... Its common enough and Eamon hears about it today.

Dermot Cullen from Portaw is cycling with 9 others from the Ronald McDonald House in Crumlin to Porlaw to raise funds fot the Ronald McDonald House and 'Fairy Footprints'- a charity which provides beautiful memory boxes for parents of bereaved children.

Kevin Cullinane, Head of communications at Cork Airport, tells Eamon about their big day tomorrow as 'WOW' air flights begin.

Plus Michael Mulry, from the National Parents Council Post- Primary is on regarding the issue of School Contributions which we spoke about earlier in the week.