On Wednesday’s Déise Today Eamon spoke to Rossane Brennan, the mother of 6-year-old Jake who was tragically knocked down near his home in 2014. Now 4 years on from Jakes passing she tells us what happened on that tragic day and how her son spoke the harrowing words to her “Mammy I don’t want to die,” before passing away. She has now released a book in memory of her son (You can go straight to her interview here.)
Waterford TD David Cullinane revealed his concerns about the scale of non-specialised doctors operating as consultants, he has called on Minister for Health Simon Harris why this hasn’t been released before. He also broke the news that reportedly 2 doctors in UHW are operating as consultants, which is thought to be in Pathology and Medicine.
Fiona Penollar, Head of the Irish Passport Service gave some advice to listeners and to check their passports ahead of the summer holidays.
Waterford City and County Councillor James Tobin aired his concerns about West Waterford, as they are set two lose two international festivals and how he believes that we’re now putting all eggs in the greenway basket.
Michael Sheehan of the Wine Buff popped into the studio with Eunice Power to tell Eamon all the about “The West Waterford Festival of Food,” taking place all this weekend in Dungarvan,
And with royal wedding bells ringing, Eamon spoke to Assistant Columnist Editor with the Daily Mail about preparations for the royal wedding on May 19th and why she believes Ireland’s fascination with the monarchy still rages.
Listen to Wednesday’s show below.