On this week's bumper show......
First up, Deirdre McGlone from Harvey's Point joins Greg to explain why she thinks Donegal should target “Foodie Destination title”
Genealogist Boyd Grey is on to give advice on how you can trace your family tree and discusses his ten step booklet to genealogy:
Chief Executive of the Celtic Foundation Tony Hamilton chats about the foundation, the club and the Huddle up Errigal event.
Sonia NicGiolla Easbuig is an award winning producer and Director and is on the shoe to appeal for anyone who may have any memories, photos or documents on the Iconic boat Cara Na Mara or better known as Bad Eddie for a TG4 documentary:
What are some A-list celebrity moms eating these days to lose weight, sleep better, regulate their mood, even increase breast milk production?… their own placenta.
Donegal Placenta Specialist Caroline Doherty can help if you are interested in doing the same:
Three young men are traveling the Wild Atlantic Way from Cork to Donegal highlighting the work of Pieta House.
Paul Kelly, Darragh Keane and Jack Haigh join Greg to chat about their adventure 'Too far from Mammy':
Titanicdance Creative Director, Producer and Lead Dancer Raymond Sweeney is from Drumkeen and has just returned from from China with his show 'Titanicdance'. He talks about his career to date and plans to tour his show in America:
Local Derry man Conor McGinty is on the XFactor on Saturday night and is tipped to go through - he's on the show to talk about the process and his hopes for the future: