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March 2008
Monday, March 31st 2008  Listen
On Mooney Goes Wild today, Philip McCabe is in with his citizens advice slot with a focus on bullying in the workplace. Gerry Byrne will be in to talk about using mobile phones on aircraft and he will also give his thoughts on terminal 5 in Heathrow. Brenda Donohue is searching for some cleaners to take to the theatre and singer/songwriter Luan Parle will be providing some great music!
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Friday, March 28th 2008  Listen
On Mooney Goes Wild today, Terry Flanagan has been out and about with some owls, Aonghus and Richard Collins chat about Machu Picchu, Dr. Catherine O'Connell waxes lyrical about bogs, and we hear about the Dundalk water quality project!
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Thursday, March 27th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, our gardening expert Dermot O'Neill to tell us about his visit to the San Francisco Flower Show and blue roses. Tom Noonan from Maxol will be in to talk about diesel becoming more expensive than petrol. Andrew Brownlee from The Simon Community will be on the line to talk about their annual architect consultation fundraiser with architect, Michelle Fagan in studio to answer your questions and Jim Lockhart will be talking about south American group Lunnfardía.
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Wednesday, March 26th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Michael Carruth tells us his Olympic memories, we hear about the erosion of Laytown Pitch'n'Putt club, Celtic legend Billy McNeill describes the road to the 1967 European Cup, Neil Hughes has financial advice for thirty-somethings, plus we've live music from Jenny Lindfors.
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Tuesday, March 25th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we hear about Chuck Berry in Letterkenny. Those dreaded exams are approaching but fear not as Mooney will have a panel to help with the upcoming event. Paddy O'Gorman has been on an pilgrimage to Lourdes and as ever you have a chance to win big on Mooney's Money!
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Easter Monday, March 24th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we've live coverage of the Irish Grand National from Fairyhouse, Lisa Fitzpatrick and Mark O'Keeffe have advice for those with thinning hair, Jenny McArdle describes about practising reiki on horses, and Brian O'Connor (author of ADD A Z€RO) tells us how he tried to make €50,000 from €5,000 on the horses!
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Good Friday, March 21st 2008  Listen
In this special Mooney Goes Wild, we pay tribute to a broadcaster who has brought some of the most arresting images of the natural world to millions of viewers around the globe - the legend that is Sir David Attenborough. Derek and his panel of Richard Collins, Eanna ni Lamhna, Terry Flanagan and Eric Dempsey chat to Sir David about his groundbreaking programmes, from Life On Earth to Life In Cold Blood.
Thursday, March 20th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Dermot O'Neill has advice on growing fruit trees, Brian Lally reports on some of the more unusual exhibits at the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show (such as tree earrings!), Kevin Dundon tells us about his new cookery series Heat, we learn about training Garda dogs, Terry Flanagan reports on starlings - and one listener will win €1000 AND €5,000 of Premium Bonds
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Wednesday, March 19th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Brian Lally tells us about spending time on Alcatraz, we hear why 2008 is the Year of the Potato, learn about training Garda dogs, Terry Flanagan reports on starlings, Andrew Byrne answers all your pet queries, and Neil Hughes is back with financial advice.
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Tuesday, March 18th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we catch up with 94-year-old listener Maisie Flood as we take her to Anfield, Brian Lally tells us about San Francisco's St. Patrick's Day celebrations, we've an exclusive interview with spiritual author Deepak Chopra, actor Aidan Dooley pops in to chat about his show Tom Crean - Antarctic Explorer, and Owen Fitzpatrick fills us in on his new time-management TV series, Not Enough Hours.
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Monday, March 17th 2008 
NO PROGRAMME TODAY - HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY FROM ALL ON THE MOONEY TEAM!
Friday, March 14th 2008  Listen
On Mooney Goes Wild today, it's the final day of Cheltenham! We have Tim desmond and Michael Fortune on the panel along with Eanna to talk about and give advice on the runners and riders. We talk to Greame O'Sullivan about fox cubs. Terry takes some shamrock into studio and along with Ken Whelan talks about the re-introduction of salmon into the Liffey. Dr Bob Cullen talks about a pygmy hippo and to finish off we talk to Leon Blanch of Boylesports about our weeks winnings!
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Thursday, March 13th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we're back at the races! We are covering 4 races and we hope to build on our 'modest' earnings so far. Leon Blanche from Boylesports will be on the line from Cheltenham with expert input. Brenda will be talking to Maisy Flood ahead of their trip to see Liverpool playing Reading in Anfield on Saturday. We will be talking to Orla Kenny about a book written by and designed for kids and Jackie Corcoran continues her report about story Houses.
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Wednesday, March 12th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Brenda talks about young mothers.Cheltenham is cancelled so we take a call from Leon Blanche from Boylesports to ask him what people do when there's no racing to see. Paddy O'Gorman is in the bookies and the pub to see how the punters are getting on. Neil Hughes is in with financial advice and some bad news from Credit Suisse.Lunfardia are in to play some music and we talk to Orla Kenny about a book written by and designed for kids.
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Tuesday, March 11th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we have racing, racing, racing live form Cheltenham! We also have live music from the Furey's and we talk to A.J. Jacobs who lived his life by the bible for 1 year!
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Monday, March 10th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Philip McCabe joins us for citizen's advice. Singer song writer Mike Batt tells us the connection between The Wombles and Katie Melua and Lisa Fitzpatrick reports from the VIP style awards. And hold on to your hats as Michael Fortune will be in to talk about Cheltenham!
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Friday, March 7th 2008  Listen
On Mooney Goes Wild today, Terry Flanagan reports on the cemetary rabbits that invade local gardens, we chat to listeners about frogspawn, fox cubs, feeding birds, robins, and waterhens, and Eric Dempsey tells us all about swallows and the miracle of migration.
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Thursday, March 6th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Brenda is back from Wexford to report on Paul Harrington's performance in Carol Gavvett's house in Ballinclay, Co. Wexford. Dermot O'Neill is in to talk about conservatory plants. We have a look at county nicknames and Paddy O'Gorman will be reporting on Peata dog visitors!
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Thursday, March 6th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Brenda is back from Wexford to report on Paul Harrington's performance in Carol Gavvett's house in Ballinclay, Co. Wexford. Dermot O'Neill is in to talk about conservatory plants. We have a look at county nicknames and Paddy O'Gorman will be reporting on Peata dog visitors! We will also be talking to Dr Joanna Mc Minn, Director of the National Women's Council of Ireland about International Women's Day.
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Wednesday, March 5th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Margaret Browne has advice on spring cleaning and Easter baking, Neil Hughes tells us all about micro finance, Rachel Moore describes her experience of adopting a baby from China, and Brenda is down in Wexford ahead of Paul Harrington's home gig.
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Tuesday, March 4th 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, we talk about Glen Hansard and the Irish language followed by the Padre Pio exhumation. We then go to radon gas with Dr. Tony Colgan, Director of Advisory Services with the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland. Peter Malone will be in studio to talk about his chancellorship of the University of Limerick and his time as chairman of the National Roads Authority. We hear about county nicknames and we have music in the shape of Angels Wings with Michelle Kearney and her song to remember her friend Tara Lane.
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Monday, March 3rd 2008  Listen
On Mooney today, Catherine Hansard speaks of her pride at her son Glen's Oscar win, Jacqui Corcoran tells us about spending Mother's Day in the mountains, Ruinair author Paul Kilduff pops in for a chat, and Philip McCabe has consumer advice and information on the Irish Credit Bureau.
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