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On this evening's edition of Across The Line with Shane Brophy, we focus on four key games in Tipperary's respective National Leagues this weekend. Hurling - Waterford v Tipperary preview with 2016 All-Ireland winning manager Michael Ryan. Gae
Early in the week we spoke to Fethard Pharmasist Jimmy O’Sullivan about the announcement that pharmacists would be vaccinating the over 50’s with the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Now we are hearing that many pharmacies are puling out of the d
The 2 Johnnies are Ireland’s favourite musical comedy duo. From their humble beginnings publishing relatable Irish small town life sketches and self-released music videos on Facebook & YouTube, the pair have gone on to produce Ireland’s no.1 po
Krysia Lynch, chair of the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services – Ireland spoke with Fran about the many women who are not allowed to have their partners in the room until they are at least four centimetres dilated.
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Getting to sleep has become a big issue this year and has affected many people during the pandemic. But what can you do to help yourself? For decades, journalist Kate Mikhail had struggled with sleepless nights in an ongoing battle with chron
Darren Murray has been going out of his way the last while to look after the local areas and walkways of areas in Carrick-On-Suir. Recently, a walkway near the riverside in an area was left in a big mess with electrical appliances, clothes,
We took a look at what’s happening in farming this week with the News Editor of the Farmers Journal - Catriona Morrissey.
The multi-coloured flag - a symbol of the LGBTQ community was burned by vandals outside the Waterford City Council offices last Monday. Debbie O’Rourke, Youth Co-Oridnator of Pride Of The Deise spoke on Tipp Today about the incident.
Muriel Cuddy from Health and Fitness Ireland joined Fran for our weekly health slot to chat about healthy options for the summer barbecues!
A Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant warned that an increasing number of children are being admitted to hospital after suffering an adverse reaction to "edibles" - otherwise known as cannabis jellies. Dr Pat O'Mahony, Chief Specialist,
Ultan Nesbitt from Centenary Home and Garden joins Fran each week for our weekly gardening slot.
Ireland's last Total Solar Eclipse was in 1724 and we won't have another until September 23rd 2090. Astronomy Ireland is urging everyone in Ireland to take the day off on Thursday to witness a deep Partial Solar Eclipse, with almost half of the
‘A River Rolls On’ is a song written by Mike Hanrahan (Stockton’s Wing) in collaboration with the Forget Me Nots Choir was inspired by watching his mother’s journey through the phases of vascular dementia and imagining her life as a beautiful m
The IFA are having a nationwide day of action on Friday to highlight the importance of commercial farming to the rural economy in the light of the current CAP reforms and the Climate Action Bill. North Tipperary Irish Farmers Association Cha
Over 1,000 pharmacy outlets will be taking part in the vaccine roll-out programme. Pharmacists will administer a “small amount” of the Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) vaccine to over 50s who had missed out during vaccination through centres.
We heard last week that the number of children presenting to paediatric hospital emergency departments with mental health problems rose during the pandemic - with a spike in attendance before school reopening. The study looked at school-aged
A tragic incident in Clashmore begs the question just how safe a family dog really is. Mairead Leahy from Arra Vets in Tipp Town spoke to Fran about dogs, their behvaiour and what to look out for.
Lots of pubs and restaurants were putting in hard hours over lockdown refurbishing their premises and getting ready for the big reopening. There's a lot of new beer gardens and outdoor dining areas that have been tailored with time and care
Last week Minister for Education Norma Foley confirmed that students would have to wait until Friday, September 3rd, to access their Leaving Cert results, about three weeks later than normal. It is likely that CAO round one offers for college
We continue with the Walks and Talks series where Fran is dragged off the couch by author, educator and hill walker, John G O’Dwyer. For this week’s hike they headed to historic Carrigmoclear Hill, Grangemockler. They were rewarded with a love
This week Paddy chats to Fran about how to make a one pan salmon dish on Tipp Today.
Ag Report with Jim Finn with the latest news and views from the Agricultural world. Tune on Saturday from 9 am
Eamon O Dwyer takes a Pre Covid Trip to meet some wonderful people and hear great music within the Premier County. Tune in Saturday morning from 10 am.
Tonight we have reaction to Tipp's facile win in Mullingar and look ahead to a final league outing in Waterford next weekend. We look ahead to a huge game for Tipp footballers next Sunday and we also talk ladies football and camogie. We also ha
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