The Ray D'Arcy Show

The Ray D'Arcy Show

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Ray Darcy Friday 26 August 2016

                             

On Wednesday 7th of September 2016, Ray D’Arcy will host a special radio programme here in RTÉ in Donnybrook Dublin. There will be an audience of people who want to share their personal stories about mental illness and suicide.

We want to get people talking about mental illness and suicide.

The show will take place during the Events Against Suicide week (September 5th to 11th) , promoting the message that it’s ok not to feel ok; and it’s absolutely ok to ask for help.

If you would like to share your story on with Ray air on the show please contact us by email: ray@rte.ie with Events Against Suicide in the subject title

Events Against Suicide 2016 takes place between Monday, September 5th and Sunday, September 11th.

http://www.cycleagainstsuicide.com/events-against-suicide/

The Ray D'Arcy Show, with Kathryn Thomas

The Ray D'Arcy Show, with Kathryn Thomas

On todays show, Swimming the english channel, having dolls encourages girls to have babies, high heels and your vocal chords, starting a business in 30 days and what has been going on this week with Maria Walsh, Barbra Scully, Beibhinn Byrne and Mary O'Rourke.

Do High Heel Effect Your Vocal Chords?

Do High Heel Effect Your Vocal Chords?

A few months ago we spoke to Nicola Thorpe and she was the woman who had been sent home from work because she wasn’t wearing high heels. After that she started a petition to stop employers being allowed to tell women what kind of shoes to wear to work. The petition got more than 150,000 signatures and because of that it has to be discussed by the British parliament at a Petitions Committee Inquiry, where they hear from various experts on the issue, one of those experts was Helen Sewell and she tells all to Kathryn this afternoon

Starting Your Own Business in 30 Days

Starting Your Own Business in 30 Days

There has never been a worse time to be an employee, the traditional 9 to 5 job is no longer the safest or the most comfortable form of employment” So writes John Williams in his new book.  ‘Screw Work Break Free: How to Launch Your Own Money-Making Idea In 30 Days’ is a step by step guide to getting started on a potential new career over the period of a month or so. It requires effort, overcoming your fears, and a good idea, but as summer gives way to autumn I think he will have several interested readers because as he also says “if you don’t know how to make ideas happen, you might end up the minimum-wage employee of someone who does" and John Williams talks to Kathryn this afternoon

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Shake It Off

Shake It Off

Taylor Swift

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