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Late Lunch Wednesday July 20th 2022
Would you take on your wife's surname after marriage? A cautionary tale about online dating, photographer par excellence Tina Claffey, back to the future at Gormanston camp and another belter from Cat Stevens.
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Late Lunch Friday December 1st 202301:03:40Gerry so looks forward to Neil Delamere dropping in for a chat, as he never fails to entertain! Ann McVeigh was on hand to launch our annual Best Christmas Pudding in the Northeast competition. Locals explained why Skerries has been named as one of the best places to live in the world! David Sheehan covered off sport and Frankie Boyle brought us our comedy!
Late Lunch Thursday November 30th 202301:04:05Adrian Hillman from St Margaret's Celtic Supporters Club described the chaotic scenes in Rome ahead of, during and after Celtic's Champions League clash with Lazio on Tuesday evening. Gerry really enjoyed his annual chat with Paddy Prendiville, long-time editor of Phoenix magazine. Kim Fitzgerald knows how to be organised for Christmas, Paddy Goodwin paid tribute to Shane McGowan who passed away earlier today and Joy Murray is well prepared for tonight's equine census!
Late Lunch Wednesday November 29th 202301:03:59More than time to COP ourselves on says Development Perspectives CEO Bobby McCormack. Polymer scientist Alicia Chrysostomou's new book about plastics, offers lots of food for thought. Priscilla Grainger told us how she eventually escaped a controlling and violent marriage and Breanna Johnston was in awe of Katie Taylor when they met recently!
Late Lunch Tuesday November 28th 202352:56Board with Drogheda is a games club who get together fortnightly, local potato growers have a lot to contend with, the annual garden bird survey has launched and Sinead Burke's perspective on the teenage years!
Late Lunch Monday November 27th 202301:03:34Crime journalist Nicola Tallant knows the story about the emergence of cocaine in Ireland and its progression to epidemic proportions today. We heard about a scam involving An Post, the push to restore Tullyallen Hall from Ann Carolan and Shelagh National School's potentially very rewarding fundraiser. And Gerry wants the children of the Northeast to make a Christmas Card and send it to him...
Late Lunch Friday November 24th 202301:01:13Ryan Tubridy is looking forward to his new weekend show on LMFM in the New Year. Paul Egan witnessed the disorder in Dublin first hand last evening. Irene Gahan recommended the reads, Rick Cronje compared a pair of cracking red wines, David Sheehan looked ahead to the weekend in sport and we enjoyed a laugh with John Bishop!
Late Lunch Thursday November 23rd 202301:05:55In an honest, emotional and moving conversation, Lisa and Shannon Morgan told the harrowing story of the callous murder of their sister Denise in New York by her ex boyfriend, who then shot himself. Aonghus McAnally is bringing his wonderful tribute to Christy Hennessy to the TLT Theatre in Drogheda next week and he had all of us in bits as he sang "Remember Me" the song Christy wrote shortly before he passed away. Grainne Fox explained how her Facebook identity was hacked back in September and how parent company Meta have been utterly useless in resolving the matter. Solene Schirrer outlined how recycling of clothing is a farce in Ireland and what needs doing to put matters right.
Late Lunch Wednesday November 22nd 202301:03:51FOMO, the fear of missing out, is consuming too many, Jade Lawless says we need to drop fear for joy and embrace JOMO! Dermot Manning reflected on the assassination of US President John F Kennedy sixty years ago today. M&S Fashion Consultant Lisa Smith sorted out what to wear for Christmas Party season and we found out all about Lily Who!
Late Lunch Tuesday November 21st 202358:02How difficult could it be to unwrap a Chupa Chup lollipop? A dawdle for Gerry not so for our Louise! John McSharry's 1991 army endurance record prevails to this day. Fashion designer Rachel Maguire aka Rashhiiid really did hit a sweet spot with Gerry. And the work of Bettystown Tidy Towns receives its just reward.