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Get your views on RTE's Morning Ireland 24.06.14

INISHOWEN people and groups are being invited to get in touch with RTE Morning Ireland's roving reporter Cian McCormack when he gets on his bike for an upcoming new slot.
Cian and the flagship news programme are travelling the country’s high roads and byroads to bring interesting and unheard stories and voices to the station’s listeners.
The ‘Ireland by bike’ series "will hear the tales of real people during the summer as reporter Cian travels on his bike for two weeks in July stopping in towns, villages and communities from Cork to Donegal along the Wild Atlantic Way".
RTE reporter Cian McCormack wants to hear from Inishowen.
The item will gauge tourism, economic recovery and the west coast’s post-storm clean-up, among other issues.
Cian will travel alone on his bike to make daily reports on Morning Ireland from Monday July 7 to Friday, July 18.
“If the cycling goes well – without any punctures or without major breakdowns - I’ll certainly arrive to Donegal sometime on Sunday, July 13. I’ll probably spend the days following that making my way to Malin Head on the following Friday,” said Cian.
“I’m hoping to hear stories from Donegal people as I travel parts of the Wild Atlantic Way. We’d like to hear from people who’ve set up new businesses in county Donegal or from people who’ve turned things around,” he added.
The programme would also like to hear about community triumphs such as successful festivals or groups making a difference. You can contact the show now by email: irelandbybike@rte.ie .
When the programmes air, listeners will also be able to interact live on twitter: @cian_mccormack or @morningireland.
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