Yes, it’s nearly time to pack the bags and hit the road again on the Tubridy Spelling Bee tour with Easons as we head towards the Grand Finale of their National Spelling Bee featuring primary school participants from all across the land. Click here for details...
In the papers this morning it has been revealed that 85 per cent of people have slept with a workmate. The study by U Magazine showed boardroom bonking is high on the agenda among Irish workers. Rob got in touch to say he had a relationship with his boss a few years ago; he had to be careful because she was actually his mother’s boss too. It was pretty awkward but it all worked out and they have three beautiful children.
Mary, Patricia, Karen and Louise all whistled for Simon to win tickets to Ennio Morricone and an overnight stay in The Shelbourne Hotel. The lucky winner was Mary Doyle from Courtown who whistled the theme song of Ghost Rider.
2FM’s Louise Heraghty joined Simon in studio to talk about alternative weddings.
Gemma heard Simon discuss the Handfasting on the Hill of Slane on Sunday night. She was the High Priestess who conducted the ceremony. Gemma had an absolutely incredible night even if it was rather on the chilly side, a huge congrats to Glen and Margo the happy couple.
And another Gemma told Simon about her wedding she had in a giant conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, Canada. In the conservatory there were tropical birds and fish and her husband surprised her by giving everyone animal masks. So she walked down the aisle surrounded by real and fake animals. Even though it was hard to hear the minister over the parrot squawking.
Former Irish rugby player Jerry Flannery dropped into studio to talk to Simon about his involvement in World Vision Ireland’s Survive to Five day which takes place across the country on Sunday 5th May. For more information on how to get involved or make a donation... you can visit www.worldvision.ie/st5