Broadcaster and sports commentator, best-known for commentary of GAA games and horse-racing, Michael O'Hehir gave his first commentary when Galway defeated Monaghan in the All-Ireland Senior Football Semi-Final at Cusack Park in Mullingar.

Michael O'Hehir became known as RTÉ's "voice of Gaelic Games". O'Hehir's commentaries on the All-Ireland football and hurling finals were hugely important, not just to the listeners in Ireland, but to thousands of Irish emigrants living around the world.

Listen here to a clip from Michael O'Hehir's second radio commentary on the All-Ireland Football Semi-Final between Kerry and Laois played on 21 August 1938.