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Outside Broadcast: Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland (SBHI) 2024

On Thursday the 25th, Phoenix FM was welcomed back by Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland to hold another outside broadcast in the Laural Lodge Community Centre.

Presenters Gary and Charlie sat down and interviewed a range of guests from the group about what they all do.

If you wish to listen back to the outside boradcast you can listen to it here:


Our first guest for our outdoor broadcast is Leah, talking about her taekwondo!

Our next guest is Leo, talking about Outreach and going to the shops!

Keith is on to talk about the 2nd Winter Gala Ball and all of the work involved in organising it!

Ger and Tracy are aboth on to talk about learning and the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA)

Linda and Stephen are speaking to us about doing sports in Ballymun, being a couple for 14 years, and how more accessibility on public transport for people with wheelchairs is needed.

From Sound Desk to Interviewees, Ruairi and Michael are on to talk to us about their Work Experience at Phoenix FM