Tipp Today Wednesday 13th September 2017

In Hour One of today’s show, we hosted our show in the Nenagh Broadcast Centre talking about the Junior Cert results which will be given today, the ESRI wanting to raise the retirement age past 66, we speak to former Fine Gael Junior Minister Tom Hayes, listener Mary Lynch joined us in studio to discuss Motor Neuron Disease, and we discuss the annual “Blazing Saddles” Tip to Tipp run walk or cycle event with organiser Billy Shanahan.

In Hour Two of today’s show, we talk about the state of Irish roads after the hazardous wet and windy weather we have been having and the safety precautions you can take with Inspector Eddie Golden, we speak to Mary Horan who will be involved with the Irish Coffee Morning to help support for The South Tipp Hospice, we discuss the recently launched STEM courses in UL with The Science Education Project Officer Dr. Regina Kelly and we also speak to Anne McMahon who is “Move Ireland”‘s South West co-ordinator.

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In Hour Three, we speak to business management specialist and radio presenter Helen England in studio, we talk to actor Brendan Carroll about the new play he’s involved in “Fairytale Off New York”, we talk to resident GP Dr. Pat Harold and we speak about events taking place around North Tipp in coming days with Trudy.