On Tuesday’s Désie Today Waterford City and County Councillor Seamus O’Donnell aired his view on the new rural ‘link-drink’ bus bring drinkers from rural pubs. He has called the proposal the “greatest joke” and said it was a “stunt” by Minster for Transport Shane Ross (You can go straight to interview here with Eamon).
Southern Correspondent with the Irish Independent Ralph Riegel spoke to Eamon about the massive boost the Ed Sheeran’s concerts provided to Cork and reported on the unfortunate life-altering event for two fans who where left seriously injured after freak falls while trying to view the concert.
Sean Eagan from Sean Egan Art Glass spoke to Eamon about the memorial to the twin towers in New York which may be on the cards for Waterford. It would be crafted using a steel girder from the World Trade Centre.
Roisin Fallon, Family Constellations Facilitator spoke to Eamon about a very interesting workshop in early June, looking at the theory that war trauma in the past of our families is affecting our mental health and behaviours today.
Alan Kelly, Labour Health spokesperson aired his views on Simon Harris confirming he will be appointed a UK-based medical expert to head up the scooping inquiry into the CervicalCheck controversy.
We had a group of Waterford Woman in studio affected by chronic pain covering the issues of cutbacks on Veritas Pain Patches.
WLR’s Matt Keane and Waterford United Operations Manager Tony Burke was in studio reporting on the latest match for the blues.
And Des Purcell from the Waterford Darkness into Light committee spoke to Eamon about any last minute info/ advice to those taking part in the walk later this week.
Listen to Tuesdays show below.