Marian Finucane Show Saturday 23 March 2013
Live stimulating mix of news, interviews, reports and discussion.
Music promoter and entrepreneur John Reynolds discusses the Electric Picnic festival, his career in the music industry and how Alzheimer's Disease has affected his mother and his uncle, former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds.
Ger Buckley speaks to us from his Centra shop in Cork which has been flooded again, with Conor Faughnan from AA Roadwatch giving us an update on the situation and Seán O'Neill of the N.R.A. giving a report on the road.
Prof. Aidan Moran talks to us about the phenomenon of boredom.
Scriptwriter Collette ní Réamoinn talks to us from Cyprus - where she lives - about the situation there, and the feeling among the public.
Actor Des Keogh comes in to talk about his life, career and time working for Guinness.
And last but not least, Joe O'Shea and Donald Clarke join us to tell us about the latest film and television releases.
Collette ní Réamoinn