Tipp Today – Friday February 2nd 2018

On this mornings Tipp Today, Fran spoke to Tommy Barrett about the condition of footpaths on the Moyne road Housing estate in Thurles, we spoke to Tipp business owner Declan Collison about the issue of broadband in Tipperary. Tammy phoned in to talk to us about her recent experiences in the health service and we spoke to the people behind the upcoming pantomimes in both Cahir and Borrisokane.

In the second hour of Tipp Today we were joined in studio by Tara Callanan from Revenue who went through some of our entitlements and also answered some listener questions, we also spoke to Michael Joseph who called in to the show with some ideas on how the health service can save money – His main one was that they leave all the lights on all the time! And we spoke to Declan Power from Shannon Airport ahead of their holiday show this weekend.


In the final hour of this mornings Tipp Today, Fran spoke to the outgoing Tipperary Rose Shiela Ryan who was live in studio. We also had our friday panel with solicitor Kieran Cleary, Deputy Editor of the Irish Farmers Journal Caitriona Morrissey and one of our listeners Paul McCarthy where we discussed the topics of whether home owners should arm themselves in order to protect themselves and their home from intruders, if we have become a passive nation that won’t protest and if we still value saints in modern society.