Miriam's first guest is well known as one half of the country's funniestcomedy duo, D'Unbelievables. he also a musician and actor & now a proud Limerick man, as his county won the Hurling Final yesterday! Jon Kenny joins Miriam in studio this morning.
Their sound has been likened to the classic duos of the sixties & has drawn comparisons with the irresistible harmonies of The Everly Brothers, Simon and Garfunkel, with an Irish twist. Legendary producer John Reynolds, perhaps best known for his work with Sinéad O'Connor & Damien Dempsey is now honing their sound. In studio with Miriam is Darren Morrissey & Greg Marshall.
Miriam's next guest is an ordinary man doing something remarkable. He is 82 years young & every day he is a full time carer to his two adult sons. Peter Riordan joins Miriam on the line this morning to tell us about their story, which is both heartwarming & heartbreaking.
What a week it's been for Dublin sport, a week after the capital's hurlerswon the first Leinster title since 1961 -the footballers defeated Meathsecuring the first provincial double in 71 years & not forgetting the Dublin Ladies Team beating Meath in Leinster Final. Joining Miriam on the line are two fans, Fiona Looney & former Dublin player Charlie Redmond.