[ETA: The link in the first message is out-of-date; however one can still download the file in the second link] We got a message this morning somebody with M.E. telling us about "a superb interview from the point of a view of a sufferer with M.E. and his way of coping with over the last 20 years" that was on Irish national radio (RTE Radio One) today: http://www.rte.ie/radio1/thejohnmurrayshow/ ----------- Joining John in studio this morning is Mark O'Sullivan, an author of many award winning books for young adults & his latest book tackles the issue of 'ABI' acquired brain injury. The title of the book is 'My Dad is Ten Years Old' & published by Penguin & available now. Mark O'Sullivan 9th June Author Mark O'Sullivan joins John this morning to discuss acquired brain injury 'ABI' ---------------- Listen back: http://dynamic.rte.ie/quickaxs/209-r1-thejohnmurrayshow-2011-06-09.smil Or else after tomorrow's show, click Thursday for the next seven days. The interview is 16 minutes 40 seconds long. The bit on M.E. is from around 4 min 45 secs till the end i.e. is most of the interview in fact. If one using a link that goes to the full programme, it starts at 15:30-32:10. At the end of the show, 59:35, he reads out a message from a woman struggling with M.E.