I met one of my favourite GAA men in Fraher Field Waterford following Dr Crokes 2011 Munster Championship win there and we chatted about John's life and times. John Kiely or Jackson as he is affectionately known is ... more»
Kieran Donaghy is one of the GAA greatest stars. In this beautiful and unique interview following Austin Stacks County League Final win over Dingle in Dingle in November 2011, a very emotional am tearful Donaghy ... more»
Marcus O'Sullivan was a world class runner and took part in four summer Olympic Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996). He reached the 1500 meter finals at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. He won three gold medals at the World Indoor ... more»
I met up with Tony Walsh formerly of Ruhill Boherbee and now of the St Galls club when he was in Killarney recently and we talked about his work for the McNamee winning club history. He was the main man when it was ... more»
When we think of September 11th, the thoughts and prayers of all decent, caring people are with the many families whose lives were changed forever by this mindless atrocity. Regardless of the color, creed or nationality ... more»
Seán Seosamh is originally from Kilmoyley but has been domiciled for a long time in Tralee. He was a recipient of the North Kerry Hurling Hall of Fame award in 2011.
Has had a life long interest in all things ... more»
Bill McCarthy was one of the great Kerry Junior Hurling team that won the All Ireland in 1961. Here he talks to Weeshie about his life and times and that historic victory. The interview was conducted under the stand at ... more»
Tribute to a great Kerry sportsman Conor Spellman who died at the young age of thirty one in November 2011.
Weeshie's graveside tribute to Conor
The death of any family member is always a very traumatic and ... more»
Mick Allan from Firies, just a few miles from Farranfore, talks about his lifelong friend Jerome Daly who died in September 2011. Jerome was a wonderful follower of the Kerry football team all his life and travelled the ... more»
Even the Taoiseach Enda Kenny had no hesitation when contacted by Weeshie for an exclusive interview about his sporting life for Terrace Talk. The pair met in the five star Killarney Park Hotel in July 2011 and for the ... more»
When Radio Kerry first went on air 21 years ago Seamus O Mahony became its Head of Sport. He joined me In Conversation to look back and recall those first heady years as he brought live sport to Kerry listeners all over ... more»