Philip Boucher-Hayes started writing for local newspapers in 1987 and joined RTÉ in 1993. He began reporting on 5-7 Live and the Gerry Ryan Show before producing the Gay Byrne Show. Philip’s reporting has taken him to Iraq, Lebanon, Kosovo, Latin America, Israel, occupied Palestinian Territories, Iran, Tsunami-hit South East Asia and New York for September 11th. He was Head of RTÉ Radio’s Investigative Unit for three years, during which time he won the PPI News Broadcaster of the Year award, having previously won The Law Society’s Justice Media Award. In 2009 Philip wrote a book with his wife Suzanne Campbell: Basketcase: What’s Happening Ireland’s Food? He has made several documentaries and series for television including What’s Ireland Eating? and Buyer Beware. Currently Philip presents Crimecall with Grainne Seoige
1 million species to be made extinct by humans
Philip Boucher-Hayes reports on the UN report highlighting the need for a plan to save nature.
Drivetime's Philip Boucher-Hayes reports on the National Broadband Plan that is set to be approved by the government in coming weeks.
Paddy Cosgrave admits to tax avoidance
Philip Boucher-Hayes talks to the Web Summit founder about his tax campaign.
Paddy Cosgrave's tax reform campaign
Philip Boucher-Hayes gets shown the door when he attempts to ask questions about the suspended Facebook ad campaign.