Amanda Fennelly gives an Oscars preview.
Marion Campbell and Niall Lowndes talk about taking their dogs to the worlds largest Dog Show in the NEC in Birmingham next weekend and about all that is involved in showing dogs.
Kevin O Sullivan talks with Dave about the Dublin City Council prohibiting love locks being attached to the Ha'Penny Bridge.
Adam Barry chats with Dave about an app called Chore Monster which helps parents and children alike, to stay on top of chores and eliminate chore charts.
Claudia Lennear, the woman who inspired Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar and David Bowie's Lady Grinning Soul, talks about Oscar nominated documentary 20 Feet From Stardom.
Dave chats with Kasey Smith about her song being selected for the Eurovision 2014.
Edel Coffey talks about the appeal of Jane Austen to modern women more than 200 years after the publication of her first novel Sense and Sensibility.
Adrian Weckler talks to Dave about WhatsApp, a free messaging App which allows you to message your friends for free.
Joe O Shea talks with Dave about famous hiests.
Director John Gill chats about his business Crazy Coffins which offers people the opportunity to rest in style.
Fiona Looney and Pat McDonnell talk about the difficulties in raising girls -v- the difficulties in raising boys.
Viki Natarro talks to Dave about TV series 'Girls.'
Jim Lockhart talks with Dave about the lost art of album sleeves and they discuss some of the most iconic sleeves.
Deirdre O Shaughnessy chats with Dave about Sheryl Sandberg's book Lean In after a recent announcement that it was to be made into a film.
Paul Whitington talks to Dave about the unconventional love stories in the movies.
Dave talks with Colm Healy about why his job as a professional chocolate taster.
Dave chats with Patrick Brocklebank and Ferdia Mac Anna about new book which visits the Dublin music scene: Where The Streets Have Two Names.
Mark Hughes tells Dave about his new App 'Style-Eyes' which allows the user to find all their favourite new clothes without searching every shop in town.
Eoin Sweeney chats with Dave about The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles.
Amanda Fennelly chats with Dave about the ever evolving career of Matthew McConaughey.
Conor Behan talk with Dave about the significant progress made in recent years of the representation of the LGBT community on TV.
Paul Dunne and Rob Cawley chat with Dave about how they took the concept of Amber from paper napkin to the TV Screen.
Emma Power discusses the art of decluttering and how a little bit of Feng Shui brings with it a clear head and state of mind.
Eoin Sweeney chats with Dave about the Superbowl half time entertainment down the years.
Nigel Burke explains the evolution of 3D Printing to Dave.
Nigel Burke chats with Dave about Dublin's legendary venue as it turns 25.
Emer McLysaght reminisces about Saturday morning TV of the 80s and 90s.
As Facebook soon turns 10, Eoin Sweeney talks about the ways in which the 'love it' or 'hate it' site has changed our lives.
Dave chats with Nick Meaney of UK-based company Epagogix who can determine the success, or not, of a film or tv series.
Dave chats with Sports and Exercise Psychologist James Matthews and atuhor Ruth Field about remotivating yourself during that January slump.
Dave talks with TBone Burnette about his music in the new Coen Brothers movie: Inside Llewyn Davis.
Adrian Weckler chats with Dave about all of the lateat technology he came across at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Dave Chats to George Tiffin about his book “All the Best Lines” (Best Lines from the Movies)
Eamon Sweeney previews the big Music Gigs of 2014
Dave chats to “12 Years A Slave” Director Steve McQueen
Dave talks to Paul Whittington about new movies for 2014.
Eoin Sweeney chats with Dave about the people behind the scenes in music.
Aoife Barry chats with Dave about the Spotify music streaming service and what the Irish people streamed in 2013.
John Kennedy chats with Dave about Snapchat, a photo sharing app which allows users to take photos, record videos and send them to friends where it is seen and deleted within seconds.
Dave revisits an interview he had with Tom Hanks earlier this year about Captain Phillips.
Bernard O Shea talks with Dave about the day we either love or hate... New Year's Eve.
Deirdre O Shaughnessy chats with Dave about everyone from Jennifer Lawrence and One Direction to Marty Morrissey!
Conor Behan and Jennifer Gannon revisit the best moments of 2013 in the music world.
As the last VW Camper Van rolled off the production line yesterday, Alex Milton chats with Dave about the history of the iconic vehicle.
Performance Nutritonist Daniel Davey chats with Dave about managing your weight and nutrition at Christmas.
Tony Clayton Lea tells Dave about all the music books published this year which will be available in book stores for Christmas.
Regina Sexton chats talks to Dave about why we eat what we eat at Christmas.
Chris Wasser chats with Dave about the royalties involved in Christmas music and about those stars lucky enough to have made a Christmas classic.
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