Louise returned to Flirt FM, her first gig in radio, as part of iGoHome. She raided the archives and found audio of Michael D Higgins from way back in 2010, before he was elected President. She was there the day he popped into Flirt and read one of his own poems.
As part of iGoHome, Louise spoke to Charlene Hurley, Director of Fundraising and Communications with Galway Hospice, to talk about the free services the hospice provides and the donations it depends on to keep these services running.
When music lover Louise Clarke found out she was returning to Galway as part of iGoHome, the first thing she wanted to do was showcase the city’s busking talent. With the help of the iRadio Peugot iTeam, she searched the streets looking for Galway’s best buskers. And live from Flirt FM in NUI Galway, Louise’s […]
Louise took The Hub on the road as part of iGoHome and returned to Galway City, where she’s lived for over a decade. She visited one of her favourite food joints, Dough Bros. If you’ve visited Galway, you’ll more than likely know it. There’s often queues outside Dough Bros’ restaurant on Middle Street and it’s […]