The Afternoon Show - Tuesday June 18th 2013

On Tuesday’s edition of The Afternoon Show Clare FM’s Máire Moynahan was joined in studio by Patrick McElligott of the Red Ribbon Project and Shannon / Drumline parent Debbie O’Halloran. Debbie spoke about how, from a parent’s perspective, she felt when her daughter told her she is a lesbian.

Bingo 18th June

There was one winner of yesterdays draw which means todays prize is 200 Euro congratulations to Frank Daly from newmarket on Fergus  who purchased his book in Paper chase Ennis Frank wins 400 Euro

It is jackpot day and today’s jackpot number is 12  if this number is called out  you could win or share today’s jackpot of €6,000

It is week5 and we are playing off the ORANGE page of your book – the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

Morning Focus Tuesday June 18

On Tuesday's Morning Focus John Cooke spoke with the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte about the strategic investment fund that was launched on Thursday, fracking, the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill and the G8 Summit.

The G8 summit continues in Enniskillen today with leaders due to discuss tax and transparency
Yesterday much of the focus was on Syrian conflict, however, no agreement was reached between the US and Russia on how to proceed

The Afternoon Show - Monday June 17th 2013

On The Afternoon Show today Gavin Grace was joined by Mark Fielding from the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises group. ISME is warning the government not to raise the minimum wage, saying it would be detrimental for jobs. The association is reacting to calls from the Social Protection Minister Joan Burton to increase the minimum wage, to reduce the reliance of lower paid workers on social welfare payments to supplement their income. ISME says employers can't afford any rise in wages, and it would stop them taking on new staff.

Morning Focus Monday June 17

The Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill is to be debated in the Dail this week

On Monday's Morning Focus with John Cooke, Jacqueline Healy - Women’s Health and Human Rights Worker- National Women’s Council of Ireland and Geraldine Martin of the Pro Life Campaign discussed the legilsation.

Bingo 17th June


There was no winner of Friday’s prize which means today’s prize is 400euro.

It is week5 and we are playing off the Green page of your book –  the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

68 12 7 45 81 10 75 51 25 78

If you have managed to fill a panel with those numbers, call 065 6828966 before 8pm tonight and you could win or share in today’s prize. If you are a winner, please keep your book until we verify the details.

Come Back Sun!

 Where is the month going? It's already the 17th of June, summer would want to return.
If you're heading off on holidya soon be sure to let us know your plans.
This week on the Breakfast show you can win a hamper from Jones Super Valu, Miltown Malbay. Finish the phrase to win. On Monday morning we had ' An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away.'

The Afternoon Show - Friday June 14th 2013

Joining Clare FM’s Gavin Grace on The Friday Panel on today’s Afternoon Show was Joe Queally, Ann Cronin

Morning Focus Friday June 14

On Friday's Morning Focus John Cooke was joined by guests to discuss the outcome of the the report into the death of Savita Halappanavar

Published yesterday, the report says medical staff failed to offer all management options - including a termination.
The clinical review - published yesterday says there was an inadequate assessment and monitoring of the 31-year-old's deteriorating condition.
The Health Service Executive appointed inquiry team also says there was a non adherence to the relevant clinical guidelines on sepsis.

Bingo 14th June

There was one winner of yesterday’s prize which means today’s prize is 200euro.  Congratulation to Nora Donnellan from Kilkishen who purchased her book from Nonie’s Kilkishen.  Nora wins 200euro

It is week 4 and we are playing off the Yellow page of your book – and the very best of luck – here are today’s numbers

89 60 7 27 15 50 51 84 49 21