Tipp Today Wednesday August 2nd 2017

In Hour One of Tipp Today…

In Breaking news at the top of the show it was confirmed that a young life had been lost on North Tipp’s roads, Caller Pat Flynn from Thurles spoke to Fran Curry about a terrifying experience of coming across 15 horses running wild on the Nenagh to Borrisoleigh Road in the dead of night on Monday; There were calls for the revamp of Nenagh Gaol ahead of the North Tipp Town celebrating its 800th anniversary & Silvermines native Ger Curtin chats to Fran about his new role as head of teachers union the ASTI.

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In Hour Two of Tipp Today 

Folklorist Clodagh Doyle chats about the festival of Lughnasadh which marks the start of the harvest; Nenagh woman Orla Hogan and Carrick lady Deirdre Crowe talk about their participation in the British Transplant Games as part of Team Ireland; The lotto celebrates 30 years and we hear about Tipp winners and worthy causes that have benefited over the years & Mairead from Arra Vets talks about attacks on dogs and senile cats.