What Was I Thinking with Brian O'Nuanain

Thursday Mornings at 7:35
  • Local Host Brian O' Nuanain

Commentator Brian O' Nuanain hails from Ireland used to teache 2nd grade in Bossier City. He currently teaches a class called "Ireland Here I Come," and conducts tours of Ireland in the summer. He also teaches a class called "Italia' and will take a tour to Italy in the summer of 215. In addition he writes this weekly commentary interjecting a wry and often sardonic eye for the humor or absurdities in the subject at hand. From travels, to thoughts on teaching, to his ongoing quest to please "She Who Must Be Obeyed," each week he'll offer up something that might, ... well ... make you ask, "Just What Was He Thinking?"

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain contemplates voter motivations and whether someone status as a grandparent could or should affect someone vote.

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain share a few more thoughts on his midlife overhaul and his dietary changes.

    

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain shares some mid life experiences that he has recently gone through and the growth in his own perspectives that have resulted.

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain discuss trivia and the non-trivial and which he feels we should focus on.

This week commentator Brian O'Nuanain has a new job in education and gives us an inside look at his class at Camp Minden. 

This week commentator Brian O'Nuanain ponders reality from one perspective...and wonders how others might view the same set of events. 


Repeat: Commentator Brian O'Nuanain recently paid visit to the Meadows Museum at Centenary and was inspired to write by the Jean Despujols exhibit currently on display.

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain give a tip of the hat to English teachers and the daily gauntlet they must endure.

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain takes a look inside a friendship house this week. These have become beacons of home in our community, turning around blighted areas of Shreveport-Bossier. 

Airs Thursday, February 26, at 7:45 a.m. Commentator Brian O'Nuanain joins us this morning and gives a nod to Richard Fortey, a British paleontologist, who examines our misplaced notions about Darwin.

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