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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.

Pat Smullen’s Hope For The Future After Beating Pancreatic Cancer

Rhode native and nine-time champion jockey Pat Smullen is continuing his treatment for pancreatic cancer and is very positive that the treatment will conclude in … Read More

Homeless Man In Laois Told To Go Back To Dublin To Avail Of Homeless Services

A man who’s been living in a tent in Portlaoise for 10 days says all he wants is a fresh start. David, who’s in his … Read More

Then & Now – One Man’s Observations After Moving Back To The Midlands

Ian Carroll moved to Australia at the age of 28 in 2006. He left behind his career as a microbiologist and ended up in the … Read More

Offaly Mental Health Campaigner calls for crisis centers

A mental health campaigner from Tullamore, Co Offaly is calling for 24/7 crisis centers across the Midlands for those struggling with their mental health. Rahan … Read More

From Zimbabwe To Monksland In Athlone – One Woman’s Journey Of Life

Lucy Alexia MnCube is a single mother of four boys who resides in Monksland in Athlone. After experiencing the tragic loss of her husband and … Read More

What To Look Forward To At Electric Picnic This Year In Stradbally

Excitement has been swooping the country with the line-up for this year’s Electric Picnic being announced. The festival, which kicks on the 30th of August, … Read More

Have You Considered Fostering? Here’s Why You Should!

Theresa Connolly didn’t expect to foster around 30 children in her life time but one tragic event meant that a whole new side of life … Read More

Eavesdropping On Farmers At The Tullamore Mart

Farmers are under a lot of pressure this year.  Still recovering from the harsh spring last year and trying to prepare for what may come … Read More

Polish National Has Manslaughter Charge Dropped

A Polish national has had a manslaughter charge dropped after the Court of Appeal said the jury’s verdict was “perverse”. Nineteen-year old John Gorman had … Read More

Longford Woman Reveals Anorexia Battle

If it wasn’t for her friends and family, Jessica McCaul would’ve lost her life to Anorexia. This week is Eating Disorders Awareness week and Jessica, … Read More

The First Laois & Offaly Garda Youth Took Place In Portlaoise

On Friday the first Laois and Offaly Garda Youth Awards took place in Portlaoise. Over one hundred and fifty guests, which included young people, their … Read More

Tomorrow Vital To Mullingar Fleadh Bid

It’s almost ‘D’ day for those fighting to ‘bring the Fleadh home’ to Mullingar. Judges will be arriving tomorrow to see what the town has … Read More

I Witness My Friend Collapse & Become Unresponsive In A Matter Of Minutes

22 year old Paul Connaughton was out playing tag rugby with his friend Kieran Cleary in Durbarry Park, Athlone. It was on that evening, June … Read More

It Took Six Years For Lyme Disease To Completely Change My Life

Meet Helena Moore, a mother from Mullingar, who started to experience blurry vision and migraines in 2016 whilst at work. Initially she believed it was … Read More

Laois Woman Sickened By The Dumping At Her Brother’s Memorial

Fiona Bergin received a text from a girl she knew in school to let her know about a pile of rubbish left behind on her … Read More

He has defied all odds. It’s a Miracle. Interview Aisling O’ Brennan- Sister of Cormac O’Brennan

Cormac O’Brennan (20), who moved to New Zealand on a work visa last September, was enjoying a trip to a nearby coastal town on an … Read More

Growing Up Mixed Race In Ireland

Yasmin Biriah, born in the UK but moved to Athlone in Count Westmeath, says that growing up in Ireland seemed exciting before the big move … Read More

New Farm Safety Programme Aims To Teach Our Children About Farm Dangers

The farm can be seen as exciting place for children as they gaze at the massive tractors, combine harvests and feed the calves unaware of … Read More

Edenderry Students To Fly Off To The Kennedy Space Centre In Orlando

Students from Oaklands Community College are embarking on a trip of a lifetime next week. The six teenagers will be travelling to the Kennedy Space … Read More

Could This Be Ireland’s Biggest Boyzone Fan?

Boyzone’s last ever Irish gig went down like a treat for one particular woman from Mullingar. Nicole Bates spoke to Midlands Today with Will Faulkner about … Read More

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