Unpredictable, up to the minute and never too far from the heart of the matter, Ryan Tubridy hears what you have to say from 9.00 - 11.00 each week day on RTE 2fm
Maia Dunphy dropped into studio to chat about the people you'd rather not meet on public transport.
Ryan talks to Trinity pharmacy student Jack Kavanagh who broke his neck in a swimming accident in August 2012. Jack, from Dunshaughlin, Co Meath, is paralysed from the chest down, but returned to his studies last September. There's a big charity rugby game happening in Donnybrook Stadium in Dublin tonight in aid of the Jack Kavanagh Trust.
Dee chats to Ryan about the time she escaped from her home when she was five to see if her 'friends were coming out to play'.
Graham Jones set up The Compass Programme run by The Solas Project which works with young offenders before and after they leave prison. Graham joined Ryan in studio with one of the participants Tony to talk about the project. For more information visit www.solasproject.ie
Tanya wants to know is the children's app: Talking Angela safe for kids?
John Reilly from TheEffect.net discusses 'Talking Angela' Hoax.