Author: Stephen Johnson

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Rev. Baden Stanley chats with Wendy about how we can go deeper in our relationship with Jesus.

Bangor band Rend Collective play Belfast and Dublin on May 19th and 20th.  Wendy chats with band leader Gareth Gilkeson about life on the road (with all the family!) and why they’re looking forward to playing back in Ireland.

Blessington teenagers Sean and Conor Price chat with Wendy about taking part in XFactor 2017, their new single release ‘Be Like You’ and their upcoming Irish Tour.

Would you know what to do if someone had an asthma attack?  Sarah O’Connor, CEO of the Asthma Society of Ireland, explains how we can all become more Asthma Aware.

Solicitor Roger Kiska talks to Wendy about the options open to Alfie Evans’ parents after losing an Appeal to allow them to travel to Italy with their child for treatment. Credit Pic – Pic: ACTION4ALFIE/AFP/Getty Images

Sinn Féin TD Peadar Toibín says a new campaign group will give a voice to people on the political left who want to keep the 8th Amendment. It’s called ‘Cherish all the Children Equally‘.

Alveda King was 17 when her uncle Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated 50 years ago. She talks about her uncle, her own life story, the rights of the unborn and her advice to Ireland.

Veteran journalist Robert Fisk visited the clinic at the centre of the alleged chemical gas attack controversy in Douma, Syria.  He tells Steve what he found. Interview originally recorded on Monday 16th April 2018 around 3pm Syria time. For FULL TRANSCRIPT click here  

Ireland Head Coach Joe Schmidt says there’s so much happening right now in Irish Rugby that he hasn’t had time to reflect on the historic clean sweep.

Theresa May should not rush into war before allowing a full investigation to take place of the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria.  Peter Ford, former UK Ambassador to Syria, talks to Wendy.

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