The This Week Show with Kevin McDermott is a look back on the week that was on Shannonside Northern Sound FM.
On the Show this week we returned to:
Irish Times Journalist Derek Scally joined Joe Finnegan on the JF Show to talk about The Magdalene laundries and specifically about the fathers involved.
Geraldine Moran, who runs the Weir Lodge pub at the hotel, gave her reaction to Eoghan Murphy at the scene-the day after the second attack on Shannon Key West Hotel.
Larry Butler, a former customs officer, served on the Inishammon border between Monaghan and Fermanagh over 30 years ago spoke to Aaron McElroy about his role and his views on Brexit and the repurcussions of it.
The Carrigallen Vocational School on the Leitrim-Cavan border has been named as ‘Ireland’s Fittest Mixed School’ in a fitness challenge undertaken by thousands of students around the country.School principal Declan Conboy spoke to Maryclaire Greally about their achievement.
The Adopt a Monument scheme run by the national heritage council is dedicated to recognizing, preserving and celebrating heritage sites throughout Ireland. Roisin Burke from Abarta Heritage explained more about it to Eddie Butler on the Wider View.
Musician and singer with High Stool Prophets Jay Brady from Cavan spoke to Joe Finnegan about his 10 years of sobriety.
Take a listen to the week that was here: