Joining John on the line this morning is one of the luckiest people in the world, Maria Doherty has just won a share of a €4.9million on the Lotto as part of a syndicate based in Forward Emphasis International.
Now our series where our own John B Reilly takes to St Stephen's Green where he asks a number of passersby a single pertinent question "What physical thing about yourself would you change?"
A new TV series starts next week on RTE 2 which aims to put our commonly held perceptions & beliefs about alcohol under the microscope. As part of the show volunteers will be asked to get drunk in front of the cameras & then will have to take on a range of tasks and challenges.
Eoghan McDermott is the presenter & Dr. Steven Stewart is a consultant heptologist on the show & they join John in studio this morning.
Our next music act are a little bit different. Described by Hotpress as "playful, experimental - an ingenious mix of old and new," - they have created a new genre they call "Scrapyard Folk" --- so called because they have converted a variety of unlikely discarded articles into musical instruments., These include teacups, typewriters and milk jugs – the results, however, are anything but junk sounding.
You can befriend Twin Headed Wolf on Facebook
See them perform for Culture Night in the Georgian Society at 7pmtonight on South William Street, Dublin.
See them perform at the Kilruddery Film Festival, Bray this weekend www.killruddery.com/kff for full details.
You can download their debut single “Shrines and Ceremonies” from www.Bandcamp.com
On Sunday it will be all Green & Gold in Croke Park when Donegal meet Kerry for the first time ever in an All Ireland Football Final.
Here on the John Murray Show, we are calling on our Kerry and Donegal listeners to contact us to take part in our All Ireland Quiz. Joining John on the line are for Kerry Mary Lyne & for Donegal John Marron.
Presenter: John Murray