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The Late Lunch, Friday April 5th, 2024

On today's Late Lunch with Ken Murray, he spoke to Rory Guinness of the famous dynasty. Also on the show author and esteemed criminologist Phil Scraton spoke on the Hillsborough Disaster and Duleek has a rising country star.

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  • Late Lunch Wednesday May 29th 2024

    Chloe Heaslip spoke passionately about her brother Eden, who died by suicide because of bullying and her family's desire and campaign to end bullying in its various forms. Dr Suzanne Linnane, Ben Malone and Maria Flynn brought the curtain down on our LMFM year-long environmental feature "Ours to Protect". Catherine Mangan's new novel about Italy was right up Gerry's street and Jen Campbell welcomes new mums and their babies to join her at Cuidiu in Drogheda.
  • Late Lunch Tuesday May 28th 2024

    Michelin star chef JP McMahon is looking forward to another Taste of Dublin. Our long-time motoring correspondent Tony Conlon said goodbye to us today. Skerries Ukulele Strummers brightened up everyone's afternoon and it just had to be birthday girl KYLIE with our 2 on Toosday!!
  • Late Lunch Monday May 27th 2024

    What a bundle of energy is Dunboyne's Tom Moran, who brings his brilliant one-man show, direct from the Abbey to Trim and Drogheda. St Joseph's CBS in Drogheda have made the co-educational transition and its gone really well. Sound engineer Simba Bianchi, who is working with the great and good in his studios, calls Dundalk home and another talent from the town, photographer Arthur Carron, has a very special photograph included in a Covid 19 retrospective.
  • Late Lunch Friday May 24th 2024

    Food and cost of living writer Caitriona Redmond advised on shopping wisely and in praise of own brands. An Gobha Tom King has been making for Emerald Park and looking forward to welcoming all his visitors during the forthcoming tourist season. Blackrock woman Estelle Birdy is onto a real winner with her debut novel called Ravelling and we brought you sport with David Sheehan, comedy and a tricky TV Theme...
  • Late Lunch Thursday May 23rd 2024

    Tenor Sean Tester is following his dream, Ray Langan knows how to prepare for and tackle the state examinations, Gearoid Harvey's new business is flying and Gary Myles told us about Clonkeen, one of the oldest churches in Louth, which is in need of some maintenance,
  • Late Lunch Wednesday May 22nd 2024

    Paddy Malone is thrilled the Jimmy Hasty documentary has won a Sports EMMY! Tricologist Ambrose Clinton had lots of advice about hair and scalp matters, fitness instructor and trainer Anna Clarke is following a new path and our very own Eddie Caffrey broadcast his first ever show 46 years ago on this day!
  • Late Lunch Tuesday May 21st 2024

    On the opening of Tir Na nOg and the new rollercoasters at Emerald Park, Late Lunch was delighted to be part of a very special occasion for the Coyle family, their wonderful staff and the community in Meath. We heard from MD Charles Coyle, Project Manager David Everard, the parks Zoo Manager Lee Donaghue, dedicated coasters from Ireland and beyond, Niamh Reynolds, Claire O'Neill and Ross Ennis all key members of the Emerald Park team.
  • Late Lunch Monday May 20th 2024

    Magical moments with the wonderful Cillian O'Connor whose diary is jammers including a UK and Ireland tour! Caoimhe Tegart-O'Grady's Confidence Clinic Summer Camps bring so much more to the concept of play and fun. Flor McCarthy from Women for Election welcomes more women seeking office in the forthcoming elections but cautions there's much more to do. While Chairperson Liam O'Neill is delighted with Louth Ladies winning a Leinster title and looks forward to the All Ireland series next.
  • Late Lunch Friday May 17th 2024

    Gerry just about got the cornflakes taste test identifying his favourite Kelloggs against own brands! Sue Masterson is on top of the world celebrating five years alcohol free - good on ya Sue. Kat Mahon from the Midland Language Centre is looking for equestrian and farming host families. David Sheehan looked ahead to the weekend's sporting action as we also enjoyed a laugh or two with upcoming comedian Glen Moore.