Dave Fanning Show: Saturday 23rd January 2016
Dave chats with Annie MacManus, an Irish DJ better known as Annie Mac. She has 2 million listeners with BBC Radio 1 and she talks with Dave about ‘Other Voices’ which starts tonight on RTE 2 at 11.15pm.
PLASTIC IS TAKING OVER THE OCEAN
The World Economic Forum announced earlier this week there will be more plastic than fish in terms of weight in the world’s oceans by 2050. That’s a scary prospect. Clean Coasts Officer Olivia Crossan talks to Dave about what Ireland can do to help.
IRISH WOMEN’S SOCCER
Following the LadyBall controversy this week, the issue of support for women’s sports has been a talking point. Maebh De Burca from the Irish Women’s Soccer team chats with Dave ahead of their friendly against world champions the USA tonight. She talks about the Irish Soccer team’s Euro’s campaign and also about how our female sports stars need your support too.
Check out the match tonight on Setanta Ireland at 10.30pm.
ALL THINGS TINDER
By now even the long-term married couples have heard of Tinder, the dating app. Tinder consists of a bunch of profiles of potential dates. When they come up you swipe left if you don’t like them and swipe right if you do. The question is, do guys approach Tinder differently to girls? Nicola Bardon and Joe.ie’s Carl Kinsella talk about Tinder and what are the traits that make them immediately swipe left.
Movie Critic Paul Whitington talks about some of the new movies out this week including ‘The Big Short’, ‘The 5th Wave’ and ‘Ride Along 2’.