Carol Hunt: 'Father of our own 'Me Too' movement'
'Dear God, that's me," said the women in Athlone. "And me," echoed the girl in Derry City. "Me too," said the grandmother in Cahirsiveen. None of these women knew each other. All of them were of different ages and living completely different lives, but they had one thing in common. Gay Byrne gave them a voice, a platform and a means to change their world for the better.