The Voice of Ireland
G2 chats to Ryan about last night's episode of The Voice of Ireland.
G2 chats to Ryan about last night's episode of The Voice of Ireland.
Kerry footballer Louise Galvin joined Ryan in studio this morning to talk about her boyfriend Alan Feeley who died suddenly from a brain bleed last November. Alan donated his organs and saved the lives of 5 others. Visit www.alanfeeley.com ...
Our very own dog expert, and Italian, Alex Petrilli will be cheering for Italy tomorrow...but If Ireland does win he has promised to shave a shamrock on the side of his head!!
Great fun in studio this morning with Harry Shearer (AKA Mr. Burns / Reverend Lovejoy / Ned Flanders et al from The Simpsons, Derek Smalls from Spinal Tap...and sooooo many other characters we know and love from film and telly!)
Ryan was joined in studio by Welsh International Referee Nigel Owens, for a chat about his career, tomorrow's Six Nations and his personal life.
Irish Broadway star Bobby Fox has recorded a duet with Australian model Miranda Kerr. Bobby joined Ryan on the line from Sydney to tell us more about it...
Birthmarks are coloured spots on the skin that babies are born with or develop shortly after birth. These marks can be bright red, pink, brown, tan, or bluish. We hear from listeners about what kind of birthmarks they have.
Bugbears, pet hates, irritants – we all have little things that drive us mad on a regular basis. Maia Dunphy goes through some of the most annoying everyday pet hates.
Ryan talks to Fergal about social media etiquette at weddings.
Una talks to Ryan about a letter she sent into the show about dealing with depression.
The County finals of the Easons Spelling Bee are well and truly under way. The Wicklow Bee was on yesterday in Kilcoole and Paddy McKenna was there for us. .
Ryan talks to listeners about their special memorabilia collection.
The word anorexia is something we usually associate with young girls and women but the fact is it can affect men too. Today John Stack is a 6 foot healthy 38 year old man and father of three but at one stage he weighed just 6 stone. John spoke to Ryan about his anorexia recovery.
RTÉ star Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh talks to Ryan about her love for speaking Irish.
Collectors pay more for memorabilia touched by famous people because it has a 'magical essence'. Martin J. Nolan, Executive Director of Julien's Auctions joined Ryan on the line from Los Angeles to tell us more.
Ryan talks to Stephen and Brendan about their battle with agoraphobia and how it affects their daily lives.
Our resident clinical psychologist David Coleman joined Ryan in studio to answer parenting queries from listeners.
Grace Waller [G2] chats to Ryan about last night’s Voice of Ireland.
Filmmaker Garret Daly spoke to Ryan about attending the 9th Annual Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish In Film Pre-Academy Awards event.
Billy McGuinness and Mark Murphy have a difference of opinion about tonight's Eurosong on The Late Late Show.
Ryan talks to 12 year old Joseph from Dublin who is a HUGE Eurovision fan.
Maia Dunphy joined Ryan in studio to chat about that awkward moment when you say the wrong thing to the wrong person at the wrong time.
Ryan talks to Marissa Carter (creator of Cocoa Brown Tan) who has been rubbing shoulders with the ' celebs' in Hollywood ahead of this Sunday's Oscars.
We hear from listeners about certain sounds/noises that drive them crazy.
Ryan chats to Susan about her husband’s 20 year old swimming shorts.
Sophie is in a new relationship and she is looking for advice about how to deal with awkward moments in the bedroom.
Our resident sexologist Emily Power-Smith joined Ryan in studio to answer listener's queries on sex.
Karina’s daughter sent a card to Prince William and Kate when they got married and she received a gorgeous reply a couple of months later.
Paul chats to Ryan about his daughter who sent a letter to Pope Benedict just before he resigned .
Emma spoke to Ryan about how she use to suffer with horrendous, painful mouth ulcers.
Ryan talks to 23 year old student Heather Robertson, who has begun a petition to ban revenge porn, where ex-partners post pictures of their former lovers, after her friend became a victim of the trend.
Our resident GP Dr. Nina Byrnes joined Ryan in studio to answer listeners' queries on medical issues.
Listeners got in touch with response to the email about tackling teenage pregnancy.
We've got a lift for the cushion! Listener Majella pulled in to Dave on the N7 to offer to bring the couch cushion to its rightful owner Des in Clonmel!
Dara Ó Briain talks to Ryan about the BBC's ban on all-male comedy show panels.
Ryan talks to Sinead about her visit to Auschwitz last year.
Ryan chats to 29-year-old Catherine Hughes who went into labour on the morning her battle was to be filmed.
Des called in on Thursday saying he lost a couch cushion off his trailer - he wondered if any listeners came across it on the road from Killiney to Clonmel... Tubridy 2fm listener Robbie got in touch to say he picked it up at Citywest and dropped it to RTÉ...now we've to get it back to Des!
Ryan chats to Bea Marshall who kicked off her shoes three years ago and has gone barefoot ever since.
Grace Waller [G2] talks to Ryan about last night’s Voice of Ireland .
Ryan chats with Maeve Shaw, grand-daughter of Jaws star, Robert Shaw and invites her along to the Late Late show to meet Richard Dreyfuss.
Cantwell talks to Ryan about the rugby season and feelings ahead of the women’s rugby game tomorrow. Also on Rugby, Ben Kay says there is more pressure on the Irish boys who still have the opportunity of a grand slam.
Vladimir Popov, from Ukraine, talks to Ryan about the violent situation in Kiev.
Alan was listening to the show yesterday about grants and he got in touch to say he use to represent students in NUI Galway. It was a few years ago through the height of the recession and it was an education in itself. Students of all ages found it very tough and some had to drop out of courses three years into a degree because they couldn't afford it any more.
Mary got in touch with us to say she welcomed home her baby son Tom on Sunday evening...
Ryan chatted to comic writer/drawer and illustrator Alan Ryan about his weekly contribution to The Beano.
A day in the life of a woman wearing Spanx.
The consensus is that Irish people are not good at standing up for themselves at all. Maia Dunphy talks about ways to stand up for yourself in work, personal life and in general life situations.
We hear from 3rd and fourth year students Cliona and Brian about student grants.
Author Natalie Young talks about her novel Season To Taste which tells the story of fifty something Lizzie, who decides to kill her husband Jacob after 30 years of marriage.
We hear the latest from The Galway Player about RAG WEEK –The social highlight of the student calendar!
Kerri told us how she was stuck in a rut when she was living in London so she packed her job in and travelled to Honduras to become a scuba diving instructor. Kerri is now back living in Ireland and is setting up two businesses.
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