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Ray Darcy Monday 11 November 2019

Our baking challenge is ongoing and this time around Ray is challenged with making Brown Bread. To join in the challenge see Ann-Marie Dunne's recipe below. Stay tuned for the result of the baking challenge soon, here is Ann-Maries Brown Bread recipe if you would like to give it a go yourself:

Ingredients Gr. Method

1 Self Raising flour 225g, Salt 5g, Baking Powder 7.5g, Bread Soda 5g. Sieve bread soda to remove any lumps. Then sieve plain flour, salt, cream of tartar & bread soda together

2 Wholemeal Flour 225g Add to above and mix through evenly

3 Hazelnut/natural yogurt 125ml, Fresh Milk 230 ml,  Egg 50g, Mix together with spatula Add to dry ingredients and mix to soft sticky dough

4 Pour into greased 2lb loaf tin, flatten roughly with fork and sprinkle with oat flakes/ seeds

Preheat oven to 220C turn back to 195C when bread in oven and bake for 40mins

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On today's show LGBT+ Ally Role Model Aisling Gannon, Pricewatch - Conor Pope and What Planet Are You On ?

LGBT+ Ally Role Model Aisling Gannon

LGBT+ Ally Role Model Aisling Gannon

Aisling Gannon’s son is 11 years old. Steve was born a female, but has identified as a boy since he was 2 and a half years old. Since the time he could speak, Steve has been consistent, insistent and persistent that he is a boy. Recently, Aisling was honoured as a 2019 LGBT+ Ally Role Model in recognition of her work on diversity and inclusion as a partner at Eversheds Sutherland law firm – where she spoke about why as the parent of a transgender child, it is important to break down barriers. Aisling talks to Ray this afternoon
Eversheds Sutherland partner Aisling Gannon was been named a 2019 LGBT+ Ally Role Model by OUTstanding in recognition of her work on the firm’s diversity and inclusion initiatives

Pricewatch - Conor Pope

Pricewatch - Conor Pope

Conor Pope joins us once again to champion your consumer issues, if you have a consumer problem you can send it to

What Planet Are You On  ?

What Planet Are You On ?

Today, RTE kicks off a week-long focus on climate change to coincide with Science Week. Tomorrow on RTÉ One a three part series will begin. It’s called "What Planet are you On?" presented by Maia Dunphy.

The show follows three familie and looks at their daily lives in the areas of water, waste, energy and food in their homes. Their habits are then evaluated by experts! Maia Dunphy is here now and the experts: On waste - Brian Kelleher, lecturer in environmental chemistry in DCU. On water – Fiona Regan, professor of chemistry and Director of the DCU Water Institute and on energy - in our Limerick studio - JJ Leahy, professor in the Department of Chemical Sciences at the University of Limerick. 

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It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)





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