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CountryWide Saturday 2 August 2014

CountryWide

CountryWide

A bright start to the weekend as Marty Morrissey and the CountryWide team feature the events, people and happenings that bring colour and life to communities around the country

Dublin Bay Prawns

Dublin Bay Prawns

Did you know one of our most valuable seafood exports is the Dublin Bay Prawn? Suzanne Campbell went to Clogherhead in Louth to find out more.

Galway Tourism

Galway Tourism

There's more to Galway than the Races! Dave O'Connell, the Editor of The Connacht Tribune joins Marty on the line to chat about how there has been a 10% increase in tourism in the county.

Turlough Hill

Turlough Hill

Turlough Hill Power Station in Wicklow took six years to build and tourists used to visit it regularly - but sadly, that practice was suspended, until now. Sinéad Egan took a trip to the station.

Foraging

Foraging

Foraging can be great fun, but you'll need to know the your poisonous berries from your blackberries! Mary White joins Marty in studio with some delicious foraged treats!

Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio

There are a lot of collectors out there, but Mayo man Pat Herbert's collection is closer to a broadcaster's heart than most - as he has over seven hundred radios! Pat's collection is housed in the Hurdy Gurdy Museum in Howth, which Louise Denvir recently visited.

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