The new Library Life Podcast from Waterford Libraries will look at all the things Irish Libraries have to offer from free membership to activator poles, helping to meet the needs of our local community.
Join Angela and Tracy once a month as they discuss a book recommendation from different genres and sections of the library which will also include selections from Borrowbox app.
Each episode will include community information and interviews with Waterford Libraries partners, local customers, authors and many more.
In the first episode Angela and Tracy discuss the Healthy Ireland at your Library Programme and interview Sinead Brannigan, Community Sports Development Officer from Waterford Sports Partnership.
For more information about the Library Life podcast, email us at email@example.com
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