Wednesday, January 16th 2013

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On today's Mooney,

Derek talks weddings and wedding presents - or lack thereof - with Michael Sheridan, Brenda Donohue finds out if car stickers are too distracting, we talk to the woman selling tickets to her wedding, and Karl Broderick tells us about writing songs for Britney Spears!

K Club Wedding Competition

About 22,000 couples get married in Ireland every year – and here on Mooney we’re going to make 2013 lucky for some with a fantastic wedding competition we’re going to be running in January in conjunction with the RTÉ Guide and The K Club! To find out more, tune in, get a copy of the RTÉ Guide TODAY or click here!!! And for more information on all the wedding packages and facilities available at the K Club, click here!

Bumper Stickers

Sometimes you can tell the type of driver that is ahead of you on the road by the type of car stickers they have stuck on their back window or bumper. From political views, to the schools their children attend, to the types of partners they prefer, you can tell a lot about a driver by their bumper stickers. You know the type: "My other car is a Porsche" to "Glory Glory Man United" to the controversial "Baby On Board" stickers. Brenda Donohue is not a fan of these car stickers, and she joins Derek in studio to explain why...

The Island Landscape

RTÉ Television, in association with Mooney, is currently producing a major new documentary series on the history of the Irish landscape. The series will tell the story of how our landscape was created after the last major climatic event – the end of the last Ice Age, over ten thousand years ago.  And we want your help! Would you like to contribute video towards the TV series? Click here to find out what we're looking for!

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