Listen back to Live Music, chat and features on this week’s Weekend Edition with Greg Hughes

Weekend EditionGreg is back in the hot seat for another bumper mix of chat, features and live music on the Weekend Edition – on this weeks show:
Parc_Logo_transSunday the 20th of November is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims and to mark this occasion, the Road Safety Group PARC, will be launching an updated version of their ‘Finding Your Way’ guide.
Chairperson of PARC Susan Grey joined Greg:

Father Liam Boyle is the popular Parish Priest of Arranmore. He took up the curacy role at Arranmore church in 2015, having served in his first parish in Ardara after ordination.
He has now joined the lifeboat crew and was on the show to explain why:

curryPink Garlic Restaurant in Letterkenny Won ‘Best Newcomer’ Restaurant at the Irish Curry Awards in October.
Manager Naz Isti has some advice on what it takes to make a good curry and what it means to the Restaurant to win such an award:

mcg_turfNew documentary ‘about’ Charles McGlinchey, the Clonmany Storyteller and author of ‘The Last of the Name’ will premiere at the Colgan Hall Carndonagh on Saturday 19th November at 8pm.
The film traces the book from its inception, to the role played by Ireland’s literary giants, Seamus Heaney and Brian Friel, in its publication.
Film Director Paul McCarroll and his daughter Anne joined Greg to explain more:

Duncan Stewart highlights Energy Awareness Day being held in LYIT on Tuesday 22 November from 10-16.00pm.
Duncan chats about various other aspects of energy awareness too:

And in our live music corner – Gavin Coyle is a Vocalist, Musician and Songwriter from Derry – he joined Greg in studio to talk about himself, his career and up coming projects.. and performed live !


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