Áine Lawlor took some time off work when she was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago& when she returned to work she was fired up to find out more about cancer & how medicalresearch contributed to her treatment. Áine joins John in studio this morning to talk about her two-part documentary 'Facing Cancer' also in studio are two young men Tim Shaffrey & DavidO'Halloran, who Áine met while making the programmes.
RTE One @ 22.15 November 7th - Facing Cancer - Part 1 of 2, Áine Lawlor looks at where scientists are in the war against cancer & discovers how she has benefited from a new era of treatments.
John's next guest is Paul Potts, the mobile phone shop worker from Port Talbot in Wales had a life changing momentwhen his rendition of 'Nessun Dorma' propelled him to victory on the X Factor Show six years ago. Now a film about his life has hit the cinemas, his autobioghraphy will soon be published & an album released.
Joining John on the line this morning are a couple who married at a dog rehoming centre, Catherine Keating & Graham Farrell. Catherine & Graham recently tied the knot at the Dogs Trust Rehoming Centrein Dublin last Friday, with 3 of their dogs walking the bride up the aisle!