On Monday’s Déise Today, Eamon spoke to Dr Mary T O’Mahony a specialist in public health medicine at the HSE, who is proposing alcohol testing during pregnancy.
Councillor Pat Fitzgerald was in the studio gives his views on Pro-Life on the upcoming referendum. Cllr Fitzgerald views that if people believe in life at conception they will believe that they are taking away a life by abortion.
Political Editor of the Irish Examiner, Daniel Mc Connell revealed what fine wines were on the menu for foreign dignitaries at the office of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Professional golfer John McHenry reported on the last day of the masters, as Rory McIlroy loses out on taking home the green coat to Texan Patrick Reed.
Tony Burke updated us on Waterford United’s latest win at the RSC against Cork City and the unfortunate brawl near the end of the game, which may lead to sanctions being brought on both teams.
Kevin Kiersey, Chairman of the IFA Waterford reported on what he described as the very serious fodder crisis that farmers are currently dealing with.
WLR’s Gavin Whelan reviewed all the GAA action that happened during the weekend.
Jemma Kehoe Nutritionist gave us tips on how to rejuvenate yourself for spring.
And Linda Spillane Spokesperson for the Portlaw Village Wheelers told Eamon about their latest charity campaign for ‘Touching Hearts.’ The group will be cycling to all four airports in Munster over three days from 20-22 April 2018.
Listen to Mondays show below.