On Wednesday’s Déise Today Labour spokesperson for health and TD Alan Kelly spoke to Eamon about the latest on the cervical cancer controversy and how he believes that the HIQA inquiry into CervicalCheck is a waste of time (You can go straight to his interview here).
West Waterford GP Dr Noelle Quann of Cappoquin Health Center, updated Eamon on her concerns this week that 25,000 Waterford people could be without a GP within 7 years.
Waterford City and County Councillor Davy Daniels spoke to on how he believes “urgent attention” should be paid to the Peoples Park in the city, because of ongoing instances of anti-social behaviour there.
Irish Independent Columnist Lorraine Courtney spoke to Eamon on why it is always women that health scandals seem to effect.
Harvey Travel Owner and Manager Sean Power updated Eamon on Summer holiday trend locations this year.
Irelands leading health insurance expert Dermot Goode spoke to Eamon about how people who took out health insurance to avoid age-related penalties are now being warned that they are likely to be overpaying for their cover.
Dr Gordon Bromley from NUGI School of Geography and Archaeology told Eamon about his latest study predicting that Ireland and Britain could experience a sudden switch to “extreme seasonality” in the form of far colder winters and much warmer summers.
And Jan Rotte, one of the organisers of IMMRAMA- The Lismore Festival of Travel Writing spoke to Eamon about the festival which was launched in Lismore over the weekend.
Listen to Wednesday’s show below.