Director Kenneth Branagh
Director Kenneth Branagh on his new movie Cinderella.
Director Kenneth Branagh on his new movie Cinderella.
Star Wars Rebels Artist Kilian Plunkett talks about creating Star Wars characters
Donal Fallon of the Come Here to Me Blog looks at how Hollywood treats history.
Festival fanatic Mark Graham gives his round-up of What's On over Easter
State.ie Movie Reviewer Rory Cashin on new releases Cinderella, Get Hard, Wild Tales
Swim Ireland Education Officer Sharon Treacy and Paul Boylan Driving Instructor
2fm DJ Dan Hegarty on his new book Buried Treasure: Overlooked, Forgotten and Uncrowded Albums.
Carmel Callan from RTE's Fair City and Peter McKenna from TV3's Red Rock
Movie Critic Paul Whitington gives a run down of what's new out at the cinema and on DVD this week.
Music Critic John Meagher is here to look back at the best selling album from Depeche Mode 'Violator' which was released 25 years ago this month and has since become a classic album.
For one day only, O'Connell Street will be transported back to the year 1915, the year before the Easter Rising happened. The event is called Road to the Rising and you can get involved in recreating the atmosphere of Dublin back then. Goretti Slavin explains what it's all about.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Australian soap Neighbours but it's not the only Aussie soap to have been a massive hit internationally. What is the secret to their success and why have so many former stars hit the big time after leaving these soaps? Fiona Flynn, TV Editor with Entertainment.ie fills us in.
What is it like growing up in a big family or as an only child? If you come from one of those family situations, it's impossible to understand what life is like for someone who comes from the opposite. Breda Brown is one of six children and Aleesha Tully is an only child. They share what life is like for them.
Ronan Casey, author of Medium Sized Town Fairly Big Story, has the meaning behind many of the cliches and phrases we use daily.
Lucy Kennedy, presenter, Triona McCarthy, beauty columnist, and Claire Micks discuss their mothers, being mothers, and how they have become just like their mothers.
Dave is joined in studio by Ellen Cranitch from RTE lyric fm's Grace Notes programme and Jim Lockhart from the Horslips to discuss Irish music in today's world.
Sue Murphy has the latest movies, DVD's and one's to watch on the big and small screen this weekend.
From Sarah Brightman's dream trip to space to Amanda Seyfried's collection of taxidermied animals, Sarah McIntyre from RTE TEN has the latest and weirdest obsessions from celebrities.
Dave spoke with Peter Martin from Kerry. He is responsible for growing the presidential bowl of Shamrock that will be handed over from Enda Kenny to Barack Obama this week.
Aisling McDermott, beauty writer with The Irish Times, spoke to Dave about the latest beauty trend for women, shaving their faces.
Celebrating 900 editions of Irish music magazine Hotpress with Niall Stokes and Stuart Clark
Director Alan Gilsenan calling for submissions to the 2116Vision project in association with RTÉ 2. http://2116vision.ie/
Kevin Westley on his plan to buy up St Patrick’s Day T-Shirts that he considers offensive.
Ambassador for The Slow Movement, Carl Honore talks to Dave about Slow TV and the philosophy of The Slow Movement.
Brian Lloyd has been checking out this weeks new release movies.
Millions of people take photos every single day of the year but what happens when the right person stumbles across a photo you took and they want to use it? It happened to a Cork man called Brendan Ó Sé and right not, a photograph he took is on billboards all around the world.
Allison Keating, a psychologist with a Masters in Work and Organisational Psychology and Gillian Knight, Managing Director of Kala Management Solutions offer some advice on how to deal with getting fired.
Before she became Mary Queen of Shops on the BBC or even Mary Portas on Channel 4's Mary Portas: Secret Shopper, she was Mary Newton and she's now written a book called 'Shop Girl: A Memoir' which tells the story of her early years growing up in 1960s and 70s Britain in a large Irish family.
Author of Girls Will Be Girls Emer O’ Toole on what it means to “act like a girl”.
TV binge-watching. On the weekend when House of Cards Season 3 is released, Mike Sheridan and Sue Murphy share their experiences!
Irish film producers Ed Guiney of Element Pictures and Garret Daly of Mixed Bag Media talk about the business of making movies.
Dave Fanning brings you a mix of interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music from 10am to midday every Saturday and Sunday on 2fm.
Movie Reviewer Rory Cashin tells us about what's new out at the movies and on DVD this week.
Calling all designers, illustrators, archtiects...anybody with a creative edge who thinks they can overhaul a caravan, paint it up, transform it into a stage or a bar or a meditation pod. Trailer Park Curator Hugo Jellett tells you how you can apply to be a part of it.
Why is it such a big deal for younger women to show they have grey hair? Journalist Catherine Cleary and author Mia Gallagher discuss women going grey early.
Funeral Director and Manager Peter Maguire tells us how bikers can take the ultimate road trip on the highway to heaven...or hell...in the Harley Davidson hearse.
Actor Leonard Nimoy, better known to people worldwide as Mr Spock, has died, age 83. Tim Hannigan and John Byrne talk to us about the life and career of Leonard, from his role in Star Trek to his involvement in literature and music.
This year Happenings have teamed up with Dublin City Council to host a drink-free zone for St. Parick's day. The event will take place in Meeting House Square and Niall Byrne filled Dave in on what people can expect at the event. www.happenings.ie
Ahead of tonight's Oscars ceremony Dave talks to Amanda Fennelly about the nominees.
Sinead Mooney and Dave talk about The Sound of Music.
What about a pub in your very own back garden? Donegal woman Catriona Mulhern has come up with a solution...an inflatable pop-up pub.
Dave talks to Gareth Murphy author of 'Cowboys and Indies: The Epic History of the Music Industry'.
Dave Fanning brings you a mix of interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music from 10 am to mid-day every Sunday
Paul Whitington tells us about what is new out in the Cinema and on DVD this week.
Here to look at musicians and their food requests are Journalist Tanya Sweeney and Caterer Sharon Fitzpatrick of Fitzers Catering, who has been fulfilling requests and feeding musicians at festivals for years.
The Old Spot pub in Dublin are offering their clients 20% off Sunday lunch if they can stay off their phones for the duration of their meal. Pub Manager Conor Kavanagh tells us how it works.
Pam St Clement, is in to chat with us about her new autobiography, 'The End of an Earring.'
John Kennedy joined Dave to talk about the beginings of YouTube and how it has grown over the last ten years.
Cinematographer Shane Kelly talks to Dave about his work on the Oscar nominated film 'Boyhood'.
Travel tournalist Tadgh Peavoy was in studio to talk about house swapping and house sitting as a holiday option. We heard from Deirdre Veldon about her experience house swapping with a family in Sweden.
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