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Anne Marie Mc Aleese

Anne Marie McAleese

Friday September 15th, 2006

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Anne Marie McAleese

"It was very nerve racking and you’re in a clinical environment…you just feel very low and very lonely"

The Story

Anne Marie invites us to visit her not so distant past and a time that was filled with uncertainty and concern...

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Looking back...

Anne Marie spoke to us about the many get well cards she received in hospital. Click below and see her explain why she has kept them after all this time...

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BBC Radio Ulster

Anne Marie has been part of the Radio Ulster team for many years now and currently presents 'Your Place and Mine' which has been running for over 15 years. Visit the shows webpage or listen again to a past programme.

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Comment on Anne Marie's story

Date: 15/02/2008
Comment: Anne-Marie Rocks!
Loved the story, very touching. I had no idea what she'd been through. Thanks!

Name: Andrea
Date: 18/02/2008
Comment: Thanks for sharing your story with us AnneMarie. I wish you all the best for the future!
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Name: Sheila Crossan
Date: 18/02/2008
Comment: your story is a credit to yourself. it is touching to hear how you kept your cards. I think you're a fighter.

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BBC Radio Ulster presenter - AnneMarie McAleese
AnneMarie in action...
'Get Well Soon' - A collection of AnneMarie's cards from the time of the story
Poorly pooch...
'Take all the time you need...'
Anne Marie at her desk in BBC Broadcasting House, looking through some get well cards
Anne Marie at her desk in BBC Broadcasting House, looking through some get well cards

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