Late Lunch Tuesday April 16th 2019
Barney O'Dowd now in his 96th year who was shot several times and saw two sons and his brother murdered by the infamous Glennane Gang in mid-Ulster during the Troubles joined us along with Sean Murray producer of the documentary "Unquiet Graves" which is showing at the Solstice Arts Centre in Navan on Thursday. Stuart Lowdnes told us why he has to move to England for a year with his family as wife Sinead awaits a double transplant. Monsignor Hugh Connolly Chaplain to the Irish community in Paris spoke first hand about the fire in Notre Dame Cathedral. Alma Jordan from Agrikids had lots to say about farm safety. And why the pubs in Drumconrath will stay closed again this year on Good Friday.
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