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Seven Days is a look back at the very best of the week here on Radio Kerry. Presented by Elaine Kinsella.

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Seven Days - May 20th, 2018

Seven Days - May 20th, 2018

Protests held in Kerry to show solidarity with women caught up in the cervical check scandal, professional beggars operating in Kerry, tips on cutting down on your drinking and saving over €2,000 a year and Ardfert man Stephen Wallace leaves his position as Offaly manager.

Seven Days - May 6th, 2018

Seven Days - May 6th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: Danny Healy Rae seeks legal advice after being described as a "road traffic terrorist", Terrace Talk gives us an insight into the world of Greyhound racing & when it comes to hairdressers and taxi drivers, how much talk is too much talk

Seven Days - April 29th, 2018

Seven Days - April 29th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days; Complains that 70% of nursing in UHK are leaving or considering of leaving, Dermot Bannon on open plan living and why it's not everyones taste, do parents really have a favourite child and an expert on why a smart phone ban is not the best way to go for children.

Seven Days - April 22nd, 2018

Seven Days - April 22nd, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: Country Music legend Big Tom passes away, Eamonn Fitzmaurice on the effect of being Kerry manager has on his family, a young Ballydesmond man talks about going through gender realignment and what is life really like for a single mother

Seven Days - April 15th, 2018

Seven Days - April 15th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: The Gap of Dunloe is hit by tragedy as two American Tourists are killed, on the fifth anniversary of his death, we remember the remarkable Donal Walsh, the challenges of having an adult son or daughter with autism, the costly business of pot holes and Kenny Egan on his struggles with alcoholism

Seven Days - April 8th, 2018

Seven Days - April 8th, 2018

The Education Minister orders a full review of sex education in schools, bad behavior on trains, rules on smart phone use in schools, a man convicted of rape three times was a student in the IT Tralee during the 00's, reaction to the Dingle assault of a Garda & are you a townie or culchie?

Seven Days - April 1st, 2018

Seven Days - April 1st, 2018

Reaction to the acquittal of four men in the Belfast rape trial and will it deter other people from reporting, calls for a cull of deer on Innisfallen island, pubs are open on Good Friday for the first time in 90 years, & how can we protect our young people online.

Seven Days - March 25th, 2018

Seven Days - March 25th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: Gardai investigate the use of a garda uniform in a St.Patricks Day float, the Kerry reaction to the upcoming visit of the Pope, UHK at the risk of being downgraded & do carers in the home need more support. All that and more.

Seven Days - March 18th, 2018

Seven Days - March 18th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: 'If you can't stand up, stand out' an inspirational message from a Killarney teenager who suffered life changing injuries following a biking accident last year, would you know if your child was taking drugs & a mother who's daughter was murdered speaks out against 'femicide'

Seven Days - March 11th, 2018

Seven Days - March 11th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: 11 people from one family arrested as part of an investigation into alleged sexual exploitation of children in three counties including Kerry, a women who was once reluctant to go on anti-depressants says they have given her back her life, and would you give up smoking for a chance at an extra days holidays from your boss.

Seven Days - March 4th, 2018

Seven Days - March 4th, 2018

As a red weather alert grips through the County, the homeless and elderly come into focus, what employers should do in relation to staff during the bad spell, locals angry and upset in Ballyheigue after a gorse fire goes out of control and how would you feel if your friend or sister asked you to be a bridesmaid only if you'll lose weight first. All that and more.

Seven Days - February 25th, 2018

Seven Days - February 25th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days: Controversy in Council Chambers as Cathaoirleach makes inappropriate spur-of-the-moment comment, why bees are so important, is it time to ban disposable nappies, provisions to be made to provide transport to Dingle to fill 150 job positions & and as problems continue in Kerry Ladies Football, the men go down to Monaghan for their first league defeat of the season.

Seven Days - February 18th, 2018

Seven Days - February 18th, 2018

On this weeks Seven Days - two Kerry TD's go head to head on the subject of roads, how influenced are kids by food and drink ads on TV, over 16,000 home help hours cut in Kerry over the last 3 years, will more GAA matches be shown on SKY TV this year? All that & more.

Seven Days – February 11th, 2018

Seven Days – February 11th, 2018

A Kerry councillor thinks motorists who break the speed limit by just a few kilometres and it is their first offence should get off with a warning. As Kerry beat Mayo in the National Football League, there is mix reaction to their gold away jersey. What can men do to improve their fertility? Criticism of a delay to the alcohol bill and we look at to the death of a young boy in St Joseph’s Industrial School Tralee, 60 years ago.

Seven Days - February 4th, 2018

Seven Days - February 4th, 2018

Why the government needs to do more to protect children online, illegal dumping in Tralee, calls for the nightclubs to be open till 3 or 4 in the morning and finally would you be able to give up social media for a month.

Seven Days - February 4th, 2018

Seven Days - February 4th, 2018

Why the government needs to do more to protect children online, illegal dumping in Tralee, calls for the nightclubs to be open till 3 or 4 in the morning and finally would you be able to give up social media for a month.

Seven Days January 28th, 2018

Seven Days January 28th, 2018

Seven Days January 28th, 2018

Seven Days - January 21st, 2018

Seven Days - January 21st, 2018

Seven Days - January 21st, 2018

Seven Days - November 19th, 2017

Seven Days - November 19th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days; The dangers of oil spills, the great Famine in Kerry, Kerry students wear pyjamas under their uniform because of the cold, wearing a bikini after having a baby, when's the right time to put up your decorations? & a motoring journalists talks about his experience driving 90kmph on a motorway

Seven Days - November 5th, 2017

Seven Days - November 5th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, what its like to be an Irish teenager in college who doesn't drink, Johnny Giles on Owen Hand's career and Sinn Fein is accused of holding up the water charge refunds. All that and more

Seven Days - October 15th, 2017

Seven Days - October 15th, 2017

This week's Seven Days includes reaction to Budget 2018, a Kerryman on why he is set to climb Mount Everest, Ballyduff and Lixnaw are set to replay the Hurling County Final, and the Harvey Weinstein scandal sparks a conversation on how society deals with women who report sexual assault and harassment.

Seven Days - October 8th, 2017

Seven Days - October 8th, 2017

Liam Cosgrave passes away, DJ Curtin on the Vegas shooting, how much do the British really know about the Famine, a Listowel woman's song about Ryanair goes viral, Kerry TD fears the abortion referendum will get nasty and why are Irish people late for everything

Seven Days - September 24th, 2017

Seven Days - September 24th, 2017

On this week's Seven Days: the Kerry Minors are All-Ireland Champions, why people tend to stop visiting their friends when they are diagnosed with Alzheimers, why do Irish people do death so well, and more...

Seven Days - September 24th, 2017

Seven Days - September 24th, 2017

On this week's Seven Days: the Kerry Minors are All-Ireland Champions, why people tend to stop visiting their friends when they are diagnosed with Alzheimers, why do Irish people do death so well, and more...

Seven Days - September 3rd, 2017

Seven Days - September 3rd, 2017

On this week's Seven Days : We hear from a woman who had Cervical Cancer, Reaction from Kerry's loss to Mayo in last weekend's All Ireland Semi Final Replay, Trouble in North Korea reminds people of the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 and a new campaign that is launched for homeless children.

Seven Days - August 27th, 2017

Seven Days - August 27th, 2017

I.R.A informer Sean O Callaghan dies, an anti – vaccination group launches a billboard campaign in Kerry, are young girls dressing too provocatively? And a doctor who played soccer for Ireland is the 2017 Rose Of Tralee.

Seven Days - July 30th, 2017

Seven Days - July 30th, 2017

On this weeki's Seven Days; Are some businesses forgetting the importance of the cead mile failte, a Kerry County Councillor says people are dying because of ambulance delays, is it time we scrapped terms like 'Ms' and 'Mrs, all that and more.

Seven Days - July 23rd, 2017

Seven Days - July 23rd, 2017

Terrifying riptides in Banna as a mother thanks a man who saved her teenage daughter's life, are bonny baby competitions are outdated & employers react to an increase in minimum wage

Seven Days - July 9th, 2017

Seven Days - July 9th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Sky Sports commentators Jeff Stelling and Christ Kamara commentate their first GAA match, smoking at football matches - is it allowed and should you do it, the lengths people will go to look younger for a job & Kerry are through to another All-Ireland Quarter Final

Seven Days - June 25th, 2017

Seven Days - June 25th, 2017

The campaign group Fathers 4 Justice say they will protest at this years Rose of Tralee festival, Kerry is back in the Ministerial ranks, what age should you start driving & Danny O'Reilly pops in for a chat and a live song. All that and more.

Seven Days - June 18th, 2017

Seven Days - June 18th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Leo Varadkar becomes Taoiseach, Kerry get the Championship off to a flying start against Clare, why can't we accept that some women don't want to have children, and we're talking elder abuse.

Seven Days - June 18th, 2017

Seven Days - June 18th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Leo Varadkar becomes Taoiseach, Kerry kick off their Championship campaign with a win over Calre, we talk elderly abuse and more

Seven Days - June 11th, 2017

Seven Days - June 11th, 2017

After the London Bridge terrorist attack, we discuss Ireland's ability to deal with a potential attack and Muslims in Kerry say all terror attacks must be condemned, how to protect your children from grooming for sexual exploitation, and we look ahead to the football Championship

Seven Days - June 4th, 2017

Seven Days - June 4th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, peace vigil held in Kerry in response to the Manchester terror attacks, Kerry footballer banned for a positive drugs test, how illegal dumping is ruining our beaches and a business woman speaks about the difficult decision to close her business and how she's getting back on her feet.

Seven Days - May 28th, 2017

Seven Days - May 28th, 2017

22 people killed by a suicide bomber in Manchester, imagine a childhood without treats, what it's like to live with bipolar disorder, and Tadhg Kennelly comes under fire for his role in recruiting the best young GAA prospects for a career in the AFL

Seven Days - May 21st, 2017

Seven Days - May 21st, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Danny Healy Rae says eating a big meal before driving could be as dangerous as drink driving, we talk Lyme disease, Mikey Sheehy recalls that famous goal in 1978, business owners call for parents using their children to shoplift to be prosecuted and Enda Kenny retires as leader of Fine Gael

Seven Days - May 14th, 2017

Seven Days - May 14th, 2017

Gardaí drop the blasphemy case against Stephen Fry, good news for people waiting for respite care in Kerry, what to do when your daughter refuses to wear a dress for her Holy Communion and the dangers of leaving dogs in cars during warm weather

Seven Days - May 8th, 2017

Seven Days - May 8th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, should parents who don't vaccinate their children have child benefit taken away, we meet the current knight of Kerry, following the Rally of the Lakes modified car enthusiasts are annoyed at being tarred with the same brush as boy racers and why is there so much debt in Kerry.

Seven Days - April 23rd, 2017

Seven Days - April 23rd, 2017

On the fifth anniversary of a Kerry man's murder, his children appeal for information, we look back at the history of the transatlantic cable, Shane Ross visits the county, and on the 50th anniversary of Hollywood sex symbol Jayne Mansfield's attempts to perform in Kerry, we speak to a man who was a teenager at the time when the Bishop of Kerry stopped the performer from appearing in Tralee.

Seven Days - April 16th, 2017

Seven Days - April 16th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, the Kerry accent comes under attack, we speak to the mother of a little girl who has cystic fibrosis, should TDs be obliged to stand for prayers in the Dail, and Kerry are Allianz Football League Division 1 Champions

Seven Days - April 9th, 2017

Seven Days - April 9th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, tragedy in Ballyduff, calls for the Government to scrap plans for NCT tests for tractors, Colm Cooper retires, all that and more.

Seven Days - April 2nd, 2017

Seven Days - April 2nd, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Bus Eireann continue their strike,do any of our politicians have charisma, Barry's Bakery closes, & we talk cyber security. All that and more.

Seven Days - March 26th, 2017

Seven Days - March 26th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, Martin McGuinuess passes away, terror in London, Dr.Crokes win All-Ireland title, Fair City fans are fuming over story-line that won't end, & the importance of a good nights sleep

Seven Days - March 12th, 2017

Seven Days - March 12th, 2017

We speak to a woman who spent time in Bessboro, a suicidal Kerry teen who tried to his own life last month has still not been allocated a bed in a mental health facility, are we over the top when it comes to children and sweets, & are bald people attractive?

Seven Days - March 5th, 2017

Seven Days - March 5th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, strike off at Bus Eireann, the pressure on young boys and men to have a six pack & how it could lead to eating disorders, and what it's like to climb Mount Everest

Seven Days - February 26th, 2017

Seven Days - February 26th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, respite services in Kerry are at crisis point, Kerry deputy Brendan Griffin becomes embroiled in a war of words with Fine Fail leader Michael Martin, what it's like to grow up with a Marine for a Mum and we hear about an unusual real life crime that happened in Tralee in the 1800's

Seven Days - February 19th, 2017

Seven Days - February 19th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, what is exactly is a mid-life crisis, Tesco workers go on strike and the Healy-Raes hit back at a comedian who compares them to Donald Trump. All that and more.

Seven Days - February 12th, 2017

Seven Days - February 12th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, new international college of Hotel Management is announced for Killarney, we hear from Aidan O'Mahony about his expreience on Dancing with the Stars, the fascinating tale of a Kerry woman who awarded an OBE for heroism, and more on the show.

Seven Days - February 5th, 2017

Seven Days - February 5th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days; indications that Traveller ethnicity is about to be recognised by the state, we speak to a Kilkenny woman who converted to Islam, how the undocumented Irish in the US fear they could be sent home, why we need to get better at dealing with anxiety and we talk the Rose of Tralee and bad roads!

Seven Days - January 22nd, 2017

Seven Days - January 22nd, 2017

On this week's Seven Days, a Kerry priest hits out at the Rubber Bandits appearance on last weekend's Late Late Show, Kerry's Emerald Elvis says he'd be honoured to play for Donald Trump, Irish women are the worst offenders when it comes to drinking while pregnant, and how rural isolation can impact on young people.

Seven Days - December 18th, 2016

Seven Days - December 18th, 2016

Simon Coveney stands firm on his rent proposals, University Hospital Kerry is praised for its parking strategy for Cancer patients, What it means to sponsor a child in the developing world, why young people need to be educated about the dangers of sexting, reactions to a motion before Kerry County Council proposing a ban on the use of wild animals in circus's.

Seven Days - January 15th, 2017

Seven Days - January 15th, 2017

Kerry priest at the centre of a new Netflix documentary, good news for a Kerry Start-Up, reports of parents spending almost €5,000 on Communion dresses, is public urination become more of a problem and the latest on the St.Mary of the Angels controversy.

Seven Days - January 8th, 2017

Seven Days - January 8th, 2017

On this weeks Seven Days, footballing legend Mick O'Connell turns 80 this week, post offices are facing closure, South Doc was busier than every this week but why? & drink driving figures are on the rise again

Seven Days - January 1st, 2016

Seven Days - January 1st, 2016

We look back at the last year and reflect on life in Kerry.

Seven Days - December 18th, 2016

Seven Days - December 18th, 2016

UHK is praised for it's parking strategy for cancer patients, we talk about what it means to sponsor a child in the developing world, why young people need to be educated about the dangers of sexting & strong reaction to a motion proposing a ban on the use of wild animals in circuses

Seven Days - December 11th, 2016

Seven Days - December 11th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, following a Prime Time expose of Car Insurance scams, a Kerryman tells us he was the victim of a scam that skyrocketed his insurance premium from €300 to €900, Gerry Adams is accused of lying by an IRA victims son, is the traditional Sunday Roast a thing of the past and are young people of today mollycoddled.

Seven Days - December 4th, 2016

Seven Days - December 4th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, we hear about a pro-life conference that was held in Kerry this week and the controversial speaker who was set to appear, the reaction to the public health alcohol bill and the soup kitchen in Tralee that feeds 80-90 people a week

Seven Days - November 27th, 2016

Seven Days - November 27th, 2016

Outrage as hundred of Farmers in Kerry receive letters from Revenue stating they owe tax arrears on old Kerry Group shares, is really necessary to have a watershed on TV?, what can you do if someone you know is affected by domestic violence & the Central Bank announces new rules for first time buyers, but what about everyone else?

Seven Days - November 20th, 2016

Seven Days - November 20th, 2016

The President of the right wing National Party tells us why there should be a ban on Muslim immigration, is there really a difference between city and country folk, this weeks super moon is explained, business say the big banks aren't doing enough for small businesses and is it time the terms 'bachelor' and 'spinster' were binned

Seven Days - November 13th, 2016

Seven Days - November 13th, 2016

Donald Trump is elected the President of the United States, a Kerry Councillor compares Trump supporters to those of the Healy Raes & the ASTI suspends it's industrial action after 2 days of closures

Seven Days - October 23rd, 2016

Seven Days - October 23rd, 2016

Munster in shock at the sudden death of Anthony Foley, a number of parking tickets are given out while people enjoy a trip to the cinema, Gardaí to strike for 4 days next month & a new survey find a worrying number of defective tires are still on the road.

Seven Days - October 16th, 2016

Seven Days - October 16th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, more than 500 schools set to close over strike, Mario Rosenstock on Kerry's Full Breakfast, Kerry's reaction to Budget 2017 and Marc O'Se announces his retirement from inter county football.

Seven Days - October 2nd, 2016

Seven Days - October 2nd, 2016

Parents up in arms over decision to effectively close St.Mary of the Angels, can good waiting staff make or break a restaurant, we speak to an Abbeyfeale man who served for the UN during the siege of Jadotville and is it ok to drop dog litter into another persons wheelie bin?

Seven Days - September 25th, 2016

Seven Days - September 25th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, Kerry Minors win the All-Ireland Football Final & fans are disappointed at the lack of a homecoming, are speed vans more than a money making racket, does being an only child mean you're spoilt and self-absorbed & it's national parenting week so we've got advice for parents

Seven Days - September 11th, 2016

Seven Days - September 11th, 2016

Aman warns Kerry people to increase security on their homes after and his family are subjected to an attack in the middle of the night, how play therapy helps children deal with trauma caused by bereavement & bullying, and is it time we chilled out a bit about bad language? Plus more, on this week's Seven Days!

Seven Days - September 4th, 2016

Seven Days - September 4th, 2016

CEO defends Rose Of Tralee, we speak to the director of a new documentary about Knock, why it's important that we stop overfeeding our children, Apple owes Ireland over €13 billion and in football we talk about the Kerry vs Dublin game.

Seven Days - August 28th, 2016

Seven Days - August 28th, 2016

The 2016 rose of Tralee is a Chicago woman Maggie Rose McEldowney, but her moment in the sun is over shadowed by two controversies, the Do's & Don'ts of starting school, muslim women in Kerry say any form of emotional/physical or psychological abuse is prohibited in Islam, the burkini ban in France and why do we tell lies?

Seven Days - August 21st, 2016

Seven Days - August 21st, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days - Controversy surrounding the Olympic council of Ireland, Pat Hickey and ticket touting, mixed results at RIO, the story of a doctor who survived war, captivity and an atomic bomb, Christmas Decorations in stock already and Danny Healy Rae's views on Climate Change.

Seven Days - August 14th, 2016

Seven Days - August 14th, 2016

On this week's seven days, a new documentary on Bobby Sands, a former rose hits back at criticism that the festival is out of date and meaningless, a farmer has 40 of his sheep killed by dogs, and how did people long ago survive without fancy creams?

Seven Days - August 6th, 2016

Seven Days - August 6th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, two men arrested after robbery at Post Office, Kenmare Select Closes, Should Third Level Students Have Part-Time Jobs While In College?

Seven Days - July 24th, 2016

Seven Days - July 24th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, do politicians attend funerals of people they don't know to get votes, Dr.Pixie McKenna is coming to Kerry, a Waterville man living in Baton Rouge talks about tensions in the City following the recent shootings there and a young Kerry man delivers his partners baby on the side of the road.

Seven Days - July 17th, 2016

Seven Days - July 17th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, Brendan Griffin calls for Enda Kenny to step down as Fine Gael leader, mother of a child with Autism speaks about the effects of cutbacks in Kerry, reaction to the latest terrorist attack in France, just how unhealthy is our relationship with alcohol, Tralee man to run 20 marathons in 10 days & how important are table manners.

Seven Days - June 26th, 2016

Seven Days - June 26th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, Ireland beat Italy, the UK votes to leave the EU, how gambling affected one man and his family and should children be allowed in pubs to watch football?

Seven Days - June 19th, 2016

Seven Days - June 19th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, litter pickers are shocked at the amount of empty drug packages in Tralee, Ireland's Euro 2016 campaign gets underway & scam emails and phone calls are targeting Kerry people

Seven Days - June 12th, 2016

Seven Days - June 12th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, boxing legend Muhammad Ali passes away, Fungi suffers an injury, the Euros get underway in France & what would a Brexit mean for Irish business

Seven Days - June 5th, 2016

Seven Days - June 5th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, Government suffers it's first defeat of the current Dail term, Martin O'Neil names his team for Euro 2016, Jimmy Deenihan says he wasn't expecting to be appoint to the Seanad & more.

Seven Days - May 22nd, 2016

Seven Days - May 22nd, 2016

Kerry left without a minister, the Government does a U-turn on bin charges, claims there are no ladies left in Kerry and why Kerry people are at higher risk of developing skin cancer

Seven Days - May 15th, 2016

Seven Days - May 15th, 2016

Michael Healy Rae defends his decision to abstain from voting for Taoiseach Enda Kenny, well wishes pour in for a Killarney man suffering from Lyme Disease, mixed week for Kerry teams in national competitions & by what name do Kerry people call their mothers?

Seven Days - May 8th, 2016

Seven Days - May 8th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, an eventful week for Danny Healy-Rae, a live performance from Roisin O, South Kerry farmers voice their concerns over Greenway & are Kerry people afraid to take the blame?

Seven Days - April 24th, 2016

Seven Days - April 24th, 2016

Kerry remembers Roger Casement, Top Gear comes to Kerry & should smoking be banned on our streets

Seven Days - April 17th, 2016

Seven Days - April 17th, 2016

The cost of Confirmations and Communions, bookies slash odds on another general election, is it a myth that farmers get third level grants more easily than anybody else & a Cork farmer watches his entire heard of cattle auctioned after a court judgement.

Seven Days - April 10th, 2016

Seven Days - April 10th, 2016

On this weeks show, the housing crisis in Kerry, reaction to news that children spend less time outdoors than prisoners, talks to form a Government hit an impasse & more.

Seven Days - April 3rd, 2016

Seven Days - April 3rd, 2016

A young Kerry man goes public as he and his family plead for an ICU bed for his gravely ill teenage sister, clampdown on mobile use while drive & Hollywood actor Dominic West on his involvement in a 1916 event in Ballybunion. All that and more.

Seven Days - March 27th, 2016

Seven Days - March 27th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Day, tragedy in Donegal rocks the Country, Brussels attacked by terrorists, Tralee man describes how his brother who was suffering from cancer spent 13 hours on a hospital a few days before he died, farm safety & Tralee representative of the traveller community gives his reaction to the 'I am Traveller' documentary. All that and more.

Seven Days - March 20th, 2016

Seven Days - March 20th, 2016

Woman explains why she wants a marijuana drug legalised here, struggles continue to form a new Government, we ask what it means to be Irish and why we really need to stop showering every day

Seven Days - March 13th, 2016

Seven Days - March 13th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, holocaust survivor and sister of Anne Frank visits Tralee, an 11 month old baby boy dies tragically in Killarney, homelessness in Kerry, how we need to take a new approach to bullying & the Healy-Raes stop traffic in Dublin

Seven Days - March 6th, 2016

Seven Days - March 6th, 2016

We look back at the 2016 General Election, what next for Irish Water, evidence from the trial of Roger Casment that has never been seen in public is to go on display in the Kerry County Museum Motor Insurance is on the rise again, tributes paid to Kerry footballing legend Din Joe Crowley

Seven Days - February 21st, 2016

Seven Days - February 21st, 2016

What issues are important to the Kerry people in the upcoming election, should children take part in 1916 commemorations, how employee well being effects it's success & former Dublin goalie talks about his battle with drink and drugs

Seven Days - February 14th, 2016

Seven Days - February 14th, 2016

On this weeks Seven Days, another Healy Rae added to the ticket added to the General Election, results of the count afresh are in, life with an alcoholic who cuts you out of their will, why you need to keep an eye on what your children are doing online & Maurice Fitzgerald leads St.Mary's to All-Ireland glory in Croke Park

Seven Days - February 7th, 2016

Seven Days - February 7th, 2016

Tributes paid to the late Terry Wogan, are popular fairytales damaging our children, potholes and mental health issues emerge as hot topics for the General Election a bad start for Kerry in the National Football League

Seven Days - January 31st, 2016

Seven Days - January 31st, 2016

The banking inquiry presents its final report, why there's been a large increase in Kerry people buying guard dogs we hear about a man being treated for cancer who can only get 45 minutes of homecare a week & can people be really devastated by the deaths of people they have never met

Seven Days - January 24th, 2016

Seven Days - January 24th, 2016

What do the people in Kerry see as the main General Election issues, we look who Paddy Power is tipping to take the 5 Dail seats for Kerry and is it difficult being an Atheist in Kerry

Seven Days - January 10th, 2016

Seven Days - January 10th, 2016

Kerry Councillor says Global Warming is 'Baloni', why some people think it's a good idea to climb mountains during a weather warning, Nurses look to strike in several Hospitals this week & more

Seven Days - 2015 Highlights

Seven Days - 2015 Highlights

Elaine Kinsella brings you Radio Kerry's 2015 highlights

Seven Days - December 20th, 2015

Seven Days - December 20th, 2015

Hopes that South Kerry will get a tourism boost as Skellig Michael features in Star Wars, Chef Nevin McGuire talks about the relationship between farmers and the food industry& Kieran Donaghy hints at a 2016 return

Seven Days - December 13th, 2015

Seven Days - December 13th, 2015

Kerry cleans up after storm Desmond, Killarney Councillor says people on the housing list are being displaced by refugees, and we have a reaction to a television programme exposing the standards in public office

Seven Days - December 6th, 2015

Seven Days - December 6th, 2015

Confusion over asylum seekers in Ballybunion, why you need to talk to your children about sexting, retired Garda talks about the domestic violence he witnessed during his career, Taniste Joan Burton is in Kerry and what's the toughest thing about being a GAA referee

Seven Days - November 29th, 2015

Seven Days - November 29th, 2015

The IFA in disarray, is money and what you earn the last taboo in Ireland, 3 steps to improve your mental health and should noisey children be allowed in cafes.

Seven Days - November 22nd, 2015

Seven Days - November 22nd, 2015

The aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks, former Rose of Tralee describes atmosphere in Paris and Ireland qualifies for Euro 2016

Seven Days - November 15th, 2015

Seven Days - November 15th, 2015

Are we too quick to put a label of mental illness on everyday experiences, ugly scenes at the end of the County Final & what to do if you hate your daughters boyfriend