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Tim Crowley, curator & founder of the Michael Collins Museum & author of “In search of Michael Collins” talks to Greg in relation to his new book.

John Creedon is on to discuss Creedon’s Wild Atlantic Way where he journeys through the beautiful sights of Donegal including taking a boat trip around Donegal Bay joined by famous Donegal actor Sean McGinley. Creedon’s Wild Atlantic Way will be aired this Sunday at 6:30pm on RTE 1.

Cry Monster Cry are made up of brothers Richie & Jamie Martin & they attribute their early exposure to eclectic music to the long car journeys to Donegal to their mother’s home. Richie joins Greg on the show

Natasha McFadden, Miss Donegal joins Greg in studio to talk about her taking part in Miss Ireland this year & the busy week she’s had after the launch last week.

When you take your holiday this summer, how would you feel about child-free flights & child free zones on planes? Journalist & Broadcaster KellyRose Bradford talks to Greg about why she is all for this happening.

In studio we have Megan Nic Ruairi from Gweedore who is performing on our Live Session this morning. Megan is currently in a band which consists of her Dad & 3 uncles called Clann Nic Ruairi. To date Megan has worked with the likes of Moya Brennan & her daughter Aisling Jarvis, In Their Thousands & Mary Chapin Carpenter & in September she will travel to Sweden for a week of gigs throughout the Country.

The Donegal Community Band are just back from leading a huge parade in Disney Land Paris, Chairperson Pauric Sweeney tells us how the trip went.

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