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“When people in the midlands want to talk, they talk to Will Faulkner”. – this is the mantra of The Midlands Today Show – Ireland’s Current Affairs Show of the Year 2016 at the PPI National Radio Awards. Will was named in Ireland’s top three news broadcasters in 2015, having finished in the top three speech broadcasters two years earlier.

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Away from the microphone, he is the face of several charity initiatives. ‘Run with Will’ is an annual fundraiser in Co Offaly for Irish Autism Action, generating over €50,000 in three years and he has raised even more through his association with the Midlands Simon Community’s annual ‘Sleep Out’ in Birr Castle. We thought it unwise to call it ‘Sleep with Will’!!

Will makes frequent television appearances, on shows such as ‘RTÉ Primetime’ and ‘Retail Therapy’. He has contributed to The Irish Times on media issues and lectured at Windmill Lane Studios and Griffith College Dublin. He is one of the most sought-after MCs in the midlands but also lends his time voluntarily for many community events.

A native of Co Kildare, Will is proud to call Clonbullogue in Co Offaly his new home, where he lives with wife Alix and their two children. You can listen to Will Faulkner on the Midlands Today Show, Monday – Friday, from 9am. The show is produced by Sinead Hubble, a native of Oldcastle in Co Meath.
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You can send your email directly to Will, send an email to the show, or scroll down here to see some recent stories covered on the show.

Laois Dad Not Convinced Schools Are Safe

Bob Flavin, a parent from County Laois, says that parents need more reassurance and solid answers from officials with regards to the conditions of the … Read More

Mother Of Disabled Child Brought To Tears By The Appaling Condition Of Kolbe Special School Site

“If we get another winter like last winter that school isn’t going to survive it and Lucy is going to end up at home with nowhere to go – we have nothing to fall back on.”

Visually Impaired Laois Student Makes Irish Wrestling History

Jordan Percy won a silver medal at the Irish Open Wrestling Championship. He did so – with a visual impairment making it a historical event. … Read More

Series Of Fundraisers Organised For Terminally Ill 28 Year Old Offaly Father

A series of fundraisers have been organised to help a Walsh Island father through cancer treatment. Twenty-eight year old Daniel Gorry had been diagnosed with … Read More

Laois Family Set Their Eyes On Ireland’s Fittest Family Prize

Kate and Martin McDonald has dropped down to our studio to tell us why it is they’ll be taking home the prize at Ireland’s Fittest … Read More

How I Fell In Love With A Traveller

Jim Loughnan, from Birr, met his partner who is member of the travelling community and says that the comments made by Peter Casey are disgusting. … Read More

Remembering Tullamore Man David Dooley

“He always made you feel like you were really important – even though he was the life and soul of the party.”

New Techniques At St. Joseph’s National School In Rathwire May Aid Children Struggling With Spelling Or Concentration

“He’s struggled an awful lot – in the last few years since the grounding technique was introduced I’ve like a different child – both at home and in school. It’s really helped him.”

1000 Permanent Roles Available At Centre Parcs Longford Forest

Darragh Feighery, General Manager at Centre Parcs Longford Forest, is here to tell you the good news if you’re looking for a job. “We have … Read More

All You Need To Know About The Budget 2019

Deirdre Reed, from the RSM office in County Laois, came in to talk to Will Faulkner on Midlands Today about the recently delivered budget of … Read More

A Herbalists Research On Medicinal Cannabis – Is It The Cure All?

“One of the most interesting things I’ve discovered – the United States government holds the patent for every single cannabis product that is used now or will be used in the future.”

Laois Woman Says “Anything Is Achievable” After Losing 16 Stone Through Unislim

“I was very worried about my health and what road I was going down – how many years would I go on like this? Am I going to go to an early grave?”

What The Jack & Jill Foundation Can Do for Parents

“These children do better at home – socially, emotionally, they take their place in the family.”

Woman Visiting Her Children In Athlone Lost A Treasured Bracelet From Her Late Mother – Can You Help?

On Saturday the 29th of September Ita was visiting her grandchildren in Athlone They were having a picnic outside the regional sports centre with her … Read More

Kolbe Special School Deputy Principal Calling On Minister for Education To Improve The School’s Conditions

A deputy principal is calling on the Minister for Education to improve the conditions of Laois’ only school for children with severe disabilities. Kate Steed … Read More

A Neurologist Answers The Question “Could Medicinal Cannabis Save Sufferers From Epilepsy?”

“There’s not an awful lot – there are sufficient evidence out there to suggest that one form of cannabis oil is definitely valuable for certain types of epilepsy.”

Still Waiting Campaign Updated Their Campaigners & The Public On Their Progress At Portlaoise Hospital

The Still Waiting Ireland Campaign which comprises a number of action groups from around the country,  including the Portlaoise Hospital action committee, met on Friday … Read More

Two Midland Natives Will Appear In FIFA 19

Niall Corbet of Clonaslee and Stradbally’s Garry Comerford will feature as players in the game. But did it turn out how they expected? Niall Corbet … Read More

Offaly Mother Says That Splitting The Communion Into Different Days Has Affected Her Child’s Experience Forever

“I dont know if people are passionate enough if there were to be an anger – in the context of the church it ought to be ‘we the people’.”

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