Galway Talks with Keith Finnegan

Join Keith Finnegan every weekday from 9 am to 12 midday for your current affairs. For all your information on news and events relevant to Galway plus much more, tune into ‘Galway Talks with Keith Finnegan” every weekday morning from 9 am to 12 midday. Play your part by sending us your thoughts and comments.

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Tuesday 26th May Polly from Evergreen Healthfoods chats with Keith about nervous exhaustion and trying the Ashwaganda herb. Polly talks about natural antihistamines to fight seasonal hay fever and if you get regular tummy upsets it may be best to look firstly at gut repair. Polly also offers some advice to reduces soreness felt after excercising. Listen to Good Health Naturally below:

Polly from Evergreen Healthfoods talks with Keith

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Listen back to Galway native Professor Máire Connolly, who has extensive experience with the World Health Organisation, talking to Keith about the ongoing concerns on the containment of #COVID19.

Professor Máire Connolly interview

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This morning Keith spoke to Siobhan Canney Group Director of Midwifery, Saolta Hospital Group and singer Mike Denver talking about the effect of the Coronavirus restrictions on expectant parents using hospital maternity services right now.  (Mike’s wife gave birth to a baby girl Mia, one week ago today.)

Siobhan Canney, Group Director of Midwifery interview

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Career Talk takes place each week on Galway Talks with Keith Finnegan. Elaine Dolan from Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group chats with Keith about various career topics. This week Elaine has some advice for anyone preparing for a Skype interview. Listen below.

Preparing for a Skype Interview

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Keith spoke to Peter Boland of the Insurance Alliance on the issues facing businesses who are trying to claim relief under the insurance premiums due to Covid 19. Listen below on the player.

Peter Boland interview

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This morning Keith spoke to Dr Helen Greally Psycho-Oncologist from Cancer Care West. She addressed the concerns of people and the anixiety they are experiencing and gave practical advice as to how to cope with what we are going through. If you or a loved one need help during this crisis call 091-540040 or email galwaysupport.ie.

Listen below:

Dr Helen Greally Psycho-Oncologist interview

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Earlier this year………..

You’ve seen Part 1, so now it’s time to announce the winner.
Happy Pancake Day Everyone! Go flippin’ mad and enjoy!🥞🥞
A very special thanks to Jacinta Dalton, Head of Culinary Arts & Service Industries at GMIT (Official), a woman with a great sense of humour!!

What happens when you put four Galway Bay FM presenters in a professional kitchen with a bag of flour, eggs and milk!
Flippin’ Pancakes that’s what! Keith, Ronan, Alan and Ollie took on our Perfect Pancake Challenge – Part One. Who do you think won first place? Watch this space for Part Two! 🥞

Regular Features:

  • Tuesday brings the Employment Services Job Spot and the Garda Slot.
  • Wednesdays see the resident Doctor for all your medical queries and Gerry Murphy our motoring correspondent rotate the slot fortnightly.
  • Thursdays are Dave Mc Carthy dealing with all your business and finance issues plus our farmer’s slot in association with the Farmers Journal rotating with Ann McKeon talking about all things gardening.
  • Monthly features include Des Kenny from Kenny’s Bookshop, Galway Volunteer Association and much more.

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