Earlier this year, one of our boxing greats announced his retirement at the National Stadium. Kenneth Egan was defeated by Joe Ward in his 13th consecutive national final and, after 24 years of boxing, he finally bowed out of the ring to a rapturous and emotional farewell from his fans.
So what does a 10 times national champion, an Olympic silver medalist a European Gold medalist do when he retires?
Kenneth "Kenny" Egan is in studio today to tell us!
The TV show that Kenneth is involved with is called Ireland's Fittest Family, and will air from the end of September. And he will be giving a talk at the Foróige Conference this Thursday - for more information about Foróige, visit www.foroige.ie.
Eva Gabor and Eddie Albert had a difference of opinion over whether they should settle for the fresh air and green spaces of the countryside or the hustle bustle and high rises of city life. In the end, he got his way and the 1960’s TV show Green Acres documented the New York couples’ hilarious adventures (or misadventures) down on the farm.
Our next guest, Elizabeth Birdthistle, is offering someone living in Dublin the chance to escape the city and experience the "tranquil and easy" pace of life near the village of Leenane in County Galway.
Do you fancy living in the Connemara Boathouse for a year?
Elizabeth is proposing a house swap for one year. She wrote an article about her proposal in last Thursday’s The Irish Times (which you can read by clicking here), and today she comes into studio to explain to Derek why she's planning on moving to the capital, and how she envisages that this could work...
Well, were you watching?! Did you see the desserts?! (yum!) Did you watch the drama unfold?! Was the wrong person voted out?!!
RTÉ’s Tracy Piggott may have been last night’s MasterChef loser – but hopefully she is a winner at the Galway Races! And it's from the City of the Tribes that Tracy joins us today, to tell us about her experience of Celebrity MasterChef Ireland!
To find out more, read this RTÉ Ten interview with Tracy on her departure, or if you missed the programme last night, you can watch it back on the RTÉ Player by clicking here.
Celebrity MasterChef Ireland continues next Sunday on RTÉ One at 21:30 - to visit the website for the series, click here.
We're looking for three listeners to take part in our quiz today, and win a prize of two nights B&B, and one evening meal, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Galway!
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