Catch UpKCLR Live

KCLR Live, Friday 22nd November, 2020

Catch up on this morning's show.

Residents and businesses in parts of Kilkenny will be without water for up to 22 hours at the end of the month.  One such resident, Ann Ryan gives her views.

All this week. school’s across Carlow and Kilkenny have been participating in “Stand Up Awareness” week – a campaign by BeLonG To, which aims to take a stand against anti LGBT bulliyng.  17 year old Matthew Kelly joined us to celebrate sexuality.

We remember Bloody Sunday, 100 years on.

Henry O’Donnell is attempting to make history by fin-swimming his way around the country.

19 year old Katie McKenna, tells us about co-hosting “Child Talks” and giving children a voice on World Children’s Day.

Every Friday, our reporter Shauna McHugh will be out and about with our new series “This Is How We Do It”.  This morning she caught up with Philip Ireland to learn how to change a tyre.

Carlow Weather’s, Alan O’Reilly has our weekend weather forecast.

HSE, Senior Physiotherapist in Respiratory Integrated Care for Carlow/Kilkenny, Brian Fitzgibbon chats about “Living well with COPD in a Covid world”.

MEP for Ireland South, Deirdre Clune updates us on Brexit negotiations.

James Hennessy of The Reptile Zoo and Cllr. Brian O’Donoghue join us for our Friday Panel.