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    Tubridy Wednesday 2 October 2013



    Broadcasting live from Limerick Train Station - Big Music Week Unpredictable, up to the minute and never too far from the heart of the matter, Ryan Tubridy hears what you have to

    Shane Geoghegan's Aunt

    Margaret Walsh speaks to Ryan about her nephew Shane Geoghegan, and about his inquest which was held last week.

    Finding a Lost Date

    Edmund Meehan speaks to Ryan about a girl he met at the Lisdoonvarna but never got her number. He meet Bridgit and all was going great until a unwelcome comment was made by one of his friends to the girl, which she took offence. Bridgit was at Lisdoonvarna match making festival last year & Edmund is hoping he can track her down.

    Fandom - Eoin Devereaux

    Ryan speaks to Eoin Devereaux about fandom. Eoin is a fan of David Bowie, Punk Rock and bookshops. Fandom isn't a new thing as it's been around for many years.

    Music Played on the Show

    • 09:37 a.m.
      Title: Virtual Insanity
      Composer: Kay/smith
      Performer(s): Jamiroquai
      Album: 101 90s Hits, Emi, VTDCDX916
      Duration: 0:03:44
    • 10:29 a.m.
      Title: Closer Than Close
      Composer: Gaines/bailey/jules
      Performer(s): Rosie Gaines
      Album: Twice As Nice Presents Essential Grooves, Wsm, WSMCD059
      Duration: 0:03:42
    • 10:54 a.m.
      Title: What A Shame
      Composer: Not Available
      Performer(s): The Strypes
      Album: What A Shame, Universal Music Ireland
      Duration: 0:02:24


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