On Global Village this weekend

On this weeks show: 

We speak to Wexford parents about the loss of their son baby Conor at just 38 weeks.  The HSE apologised in the High Court for the shortcomings in care provided to the Mu, who had sued over the alleged mismanagement of her pregnancy and the death of her baby son at Wexford General Hospital.

Krysia Lynch, chair of AIMS Ireland, also joins the conversation and talks about how much we have to do to improve Ireland's maternity services.  

We then Look beyond the politics of Apollo House and find out what the fight has meant for the residents and what the next step is for this movement.  Terry McMahon joins us to talk about the next step.  

Finally, research is pretty clear in terms of the links between our willingness to feel discomfort and mental well-being.  5 Minute Breakouts is a global movement with the objective of helping people break out of their comfort zone for just five minutes each day. We chat to Aisling Curtin, registered psychologist, co-director of ACT Now Purposeful Living and co-creator of 5 Minute Breakouts about why you should do a break-out in 2017!  

Join us on Saturday evening or why not join the conversation, we love to hear your thoughts @GlobalVillageNT