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The Michael Reade Show Thursday 9th of May 2024

Today on the show - The Coalition Against Hate Crime called on Govt to pass the Hate Crime Bill as a matter of urgency, TD Gary Gannon spoke with us about the migrant encampment at the Grand canal and Tony Fitzpatrick of the INMO outlined some of the key issues being raised by members at their AGM

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    01:16:02
    Today on the show - Ged Nash joined us to discuss the minimum wage rates for young people, Yemi Adenuga spoke to Michael about her election success & the record number of new Cllrs with a migrant background and Ciaran Mullooly spoke to us from the count centre in Castlebar about his chances of winning a seat in Europe
  • The Michael Reade Show Wednesday 12th of June 2024

    01:18:06
    Today on the show - Fine Gael's Ejiro O'Hare Stratton joins us fresh from her success at the polls to talk about her plans as one of Louth's newly elected councillors.. Erin McGreehan spoke with us about her on her Control of Dogs bill aimed at strengthening legislation around current laws and Fidelma, a resident of Jenkinstown spoke to Michael about ongoing water issues in the area.
  • The Michael Reade Show Tuesday 11th of June 2024

    01:18:50
    Today on the show - Sinn Fein's Imelda Munster joined us to discuss the party's performance at the polls this week, Peadar Toibin talked about Aontu's election success and we heard from Fianna Fail & Fine Gael about their plans following the elections
  • The Michael Reade Show Monday 10th of June 2024

    01:24:10
    Today on the show - Thomas Byrne and Fergus O Dowd joined us to talk about the results of the local elections, the Drogheda City Status Group say the impending demolition of the Brady's drapery store on Narrow West is a symptom of the neglect of Drogheda and Sean Defoe joined us to discuss how the political landscape will change after these elections
  • The Michael Reade Show Friday 7th of June 2024

    01:16:27
    Today on the show - Gary Gannon, Social Democrats Spokesperson on Foreign Affairs spoke with us about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, the Passport service warned listeners of the importance of preparing for travel and holidays this summer by making sure your passport is in date and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties spoke to us about when facial recognition technology goes wrong and the implications of this.
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    01:19:43
    Today on the show - Ged Nash joined us to studio to discuss the need for tighter dog controls and the move by Government to ban certain breeds here, Uplift called for action on the high number of empty houses in Louth during a housing crisis and we had the last in our local election discussions with candidates from Louth and Meath
  • The Michael Reade Show Wednesday 5th of June 2024

    01:16:25
    Today on the show - ISME joined us to discuss their pre-budget submission, Nina Carberry called in to studio to talk about her bid to win a seat in Europe, Ruairi O Murchu called for tighter dog controls and we continued our local election coverage with candidates from across Louth and Meath
  • The Michael Reade Show Tuesday 4th of June 2024

    01:20:05
    Today on the show - Darren O rRourke joined us to discuss the Government's plans to use Thornton Hall as accommodation for asylum seekers. Media reports suggest Gardai cannot cope with the volume of road traffic crimes being committed, we discuss this with Susan Gray of the PARC road safety group and our local election coverage continues with candidates from Louth & Meath
  • The Michael Reade Show Friday 31st of May 2024

    01:19:22
    Today on the show - Imelda Munster joins us with details from the PAC hearing on the delays to the Children's Hospital, Fergus O'Dowd on the criteria for asylum seeker accommodation and we hear from more local election candidates from across Louth & Meath