A new pop-up radio station, Upbeat on Air, will be popping up on 6th October. One of the many stars who will feature is Alan Shortt who explains the concept.
The station will broadcast from the reception area of St Patrick's Mental Health Services based in St Patrick's University Hospital. They will be there for a week from 6th - 10th October to publicise World Mental Health Day.
They hope to promote positive mental health - 1 in 4 people have suffered from depression. They are looking for Ireland's most popular happy song and will ultimately create a playlist from this.
Johnny Rayge recently launched his debut solo album "Vigil".
The album is being launched alongside a busy summer for Johnny. As well as lots of festival dates including Glastonbury this year and Electric Picnic and Body & Soul for several years now - Johnny has recently been selected to be in the final 33 of the Hot Press "The Big Break" competition. And he is hosting Dublin’s Underground Beat on the Sunday of the Electric Picnic. He has 2 songs for us: Not Without You and his version of John Lennon's "instant Karma"
It is often the case though that you are standing in a supermarket or off-licence and you are overwhelmed by the variety of red and white wines on offer, not only are you totally baffled by what to pick but also whether or not a particular bottle is good value.
Mary Gaynor is a Longford woman who has worked in the wine trade for over 25 years... she is in fact one of the first women in the World to get an M.B.A in wine. She joins Kathryn in studio to answer listeners' queries and to give some recommendations.