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Late Lunch Tuesday June 18th 2024

Late Lunch came live from Slane Castle today to coincide with the launch of the Boyne Valley Food Development strategy and Producer Showcase, where we heard from a range of quality food producers from the Northeast!

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  • Late Lunch Thursday July 18th 2024

    First stop today was the voice of travel by Train or Dart in Ireland Michael Comyn, who took us on a fascinating journey! Next to arrive was the mercurial Mattress Mick - what a man, what a story. Katie Maguire is moving from in front of the lens to behind it, as she pulls from her life experience of chronic ill health, in making what will be a powerful short film aptly called "Warrior". Our final call was to Scotland and Dr Adele Commins, who has been recognised by the Musicological Society of Australia.
  • Late Lunch Wednesday July 17th 2024

    Counsellor Rhoda Smith spoke to us about teenagers dealing with the sudden loss of a friend. John H Shanahan reflected on the state of play in the US Presidential race. Mary Farrelly's new book "The Dog Knows Do You?" is a fascinating concept and read while Collette Farrell is so pleased the Lighthouse Project at Mornington Beach has come to fruition!
  • Late Lunch Tuesday July 16th 2024

    Money Doctor John Lowe on succession and inheritance, Amanda Alty from Meath Women's Refuge about their domestic violence podcast series, the Louth Urban Food Sanctuary project and another observational on life from Sinead Burke!
  • Late Lunch Monday July 15th 2024

    Laura Armada is one happy Spanish lady today! On St Swithin's day, Fr Paddy Rushe delved into the saint who is associated with rain and would you believe it, to counterbalance, a raft of Child Of Prague images followed from listeners. Sean Collins reflected on the history of Fair Street, the new council offices and the future development of Drogheda town centre. Alan Currans is sailing round these islands raising awareness and funds for suicide counselling and Caoimhe Lynch told us all about the campaign to bring her best friend Emma home, following a life changing car accident.
  • Late Lunch Friday July 12th 2024

    With many in the Northeast in shock and heartbroken, Gerry spoke poignantly about thirteen year old Zara Murphy, who died tragically while playing football in Termonfeckin last evening. Justin Kinsella explained the workings of 3D printing technology in building homes. Grace Tierney fooled around with words, Kathy Crinion brought us up to date about the story of her great great grandmother while Laura Armada and Dave Turner had the banter between Spain and England ahead of the Euros final. Sport with David Sheehan, comedy and our TV theme completed Friday's line up.
  • Late Lunch Thursday July 11th 2024

    Philip Quinn offered his thoughts on the new Irish soccer manager ahead of his unveiling at an Aviva stadium press conference. Tina Doran's story could have been so different had she had her blood pressure checked. Andy Drummond explained what the charity Habitat for Humanity and their ReStore in Drogheda is all about. Seven year old Freya Doolan's appeal to Meath County Council ,about the playground in Laytown, has worked the oracle! While Rhea Smyth, who is nine, is having her hair cut, to give back to the children's hospital in Temple Street.
  • Late Lunch Wednesday July 10th 2024

    No better man than Rory O'Connor to brighten up a dreary afternoon! Dave Robinson is actually tapping into rain water, Dr Kate McCann advised on caffeine & energy drinks and Monique Piper is doing her best after losing her soulmate.
  • Late Lunch Tuesday July 9th 2024

    Jacqueline McGeough lost an eye but her life was ultimately saved, physiotherapist Robbie Smyth is Olympics bound, Trim flies the flag for Meath and Ireland in an international competition and Orla O'Connor told of a community coming together to support families in Gaza.
  • Late Lunch Monday July 8th 2024

    Following on from the Girls in Green revelations, Stephen McGuinness General Secretary of the PFAI and Bernard O'Byrne former FAI CEO, reflected on the fallout of what allegedly happened. Jason McGee is thrilled more of the history of brewing in Dundalk is to be digitised thanks to a new project at DKIT. Organic gardener Nicky Kyle advised on what to sow as July unfolds and Cliodhna O'Bric told of a new safer way to park at Navan O'Mahony's grounds.