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Monday 24th June

School uniforms.

Ryan read out an email from a listener whose young son wants to wear a dress to primary school.

Aoife Kirwan - 'Rory's Rainbow'

Teacher and author Aoife Kirwan came in to tell Ryan about her book, 'Rory's Rainbow,' which was inspired by her son Rory, who passed away in 2016 at the age of seven weeks.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Friday 21st June

Weekly Podcast

This week Ryan spoke to Brian O’Rourke about his new path in life, Róisín Murphy about aesthetic beauty of architecture, Saskia Kremer about how she transformed her life to help others, Chernobyl Survivor Raisa Carolan about her life experiences and Donncha O’Callaghan about UNICEF’s work with the Ebola crisis.

Love Island

Last years Love Island winner Dani Dyer chats to Ryan this morning about life on the hit show and her visit to Dublin this week to promote her new lash range with So Sue Me.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Thursday 20th June

Donncha O'Callaghan

Visited the Democratic Republic of Congo with Unicef for the 10th time recently

Raisa Carolan

The Chernobyl survivor talked to Ryan about her experience, the TV show and the selfies at Chernobyl

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Wednesday 19th June

Returning to Education

Mike spoke to Ryan about losing his job as a carpenter during the crash, going back to education, and gaining a completely new experience, career, and life.

Saskia Kremer - former nun turned business-woman

Ryan chatted with Saskia Kremer, whose eyes were opened to the life of nuns at the age of twelve, when Mother Teresa was a passenger in her parents' car! Since then, she has gone from missionary nun, to burned-out searcher, to mother and successful businesswoman. She told Ryan her story. www.saskiakremer.ie

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Tuesday 18th June

Róisín Murphy - Home Rescue

Architect, artist and interior designer Róisín Murphy joined Ryan in studio to discuss all things artistic, domestic and aesthetic. If your house (or you!) needs rescuing, go to cocotelevision/homerescue to apply for the next series.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Monday 17th June

Hasan Jiad - Barber to the Stars!

Barber in, 'Panache Hair Design,' in Ennis, Hasan Jiad is John Travolta's haircutter of choice when he's in Ireland! Hasan chatted with Ryan about John's latest visit here, and how well they get on.

Brian O'Rourke

Brian O'Rourke is one of the artists appearing in, 'Exhibitionists; Road to the RHA,' Thursday the 27th of June on RTÉ One at 10.15p.m. He joined Ryan in studio to talk about the road from cannabis dealing and prison to fine art and fly fishing.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

Friday 14th June

Best of the Week Podcast

This week Maggie spoke to Liz Dwyer about, 'Tweakment,'s going wrong, John Douglas about meeting serial killers, Oliver Callan about, 'Divorcing God,' Asif Kapadia about, 'Maradona,' and Karin Slaughter about writing crime fiction.

Cruinniú na nÓg

Cruinniú na nÓg is a flagship initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme’s plan to enable the creative potential of children and young people. It takes place tomorrow, and with lots of fascinating events happening all over Ireland, Creative Ambassador Sarah Fitzgerald told Maggie all about it.

Bring Your Dog to Work Day

Ahead of, 'Bring Your Dog to Work Day,' next Friday, Steph Rousseau of www.happyofficedogs.com came on to talk to Maggie about the benefits of employees being allowed to bring their four-legged friends on the job with them.

Karin Slaughter

Upon the release of her new book, 'The Last Widow,' bestselling crime fiction Karin Slaughter came in to discuss her feminist dad, the art of writing and how female readers vastly outnumber male.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Maggie's attention.

Thursday 13th June

James Orange - 'Frozen,' audition

Casting director James Orange came on to talk about auditions for the West End version of, 'Frozen,' which are taking place tomorrow between 9a.m. and 2p.m. in Dance Ireland, Foley Street.

Asif Kapadia - Diego Maradona

Ahead of the release of his new documentary, 'Diego Maradona,' director Asif Kapadia came in to talk to Maggie about the man behind the legend - along with Amy Winehouse, Ayrton Senna and much more.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Maggie's attention.

Wednesday 12th June

Nick Reynolds - Taste of Dublin

Ahead of foodie festival, 'Taste of Dublin,' chef Nick Reynolds came in to talk about his pop-up restaurant Little Portie, him featuring at, 'Taste of Dublin,' this weekend, and the declicious recipes that he learned from his grandmother.

Oliver Callan - Divorcing God

Ahead of his documentary, 'Divorcing God,' airing tonight on RTE 1, 'Callan's Kicks,' political satirist and journalist Oliver Callan joined Maggie in studio to talk about the changes to and decline in organised religion in Irish society, and how it's affecting us.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Maggie's attention.

Tuesday 11th June

Margaret Bolton - The Greyhound Training Miss Ireland Contender

Part-time model Margaret Bolton took up greyhound training just two years ago and is now looking after 40 dogs. She spoke to Maggie Doyle about how she balances both jobs.

John E. Douglas - The Killer Across The Table

John Douglas is Former FBI special agent who spent his career interviewing some of the most horrific serial killers of all time. He’s been immortalized on screen in various forms over many years and now he has written a book about his job. He spoke to Maggie Doyle about in his new book – The Killers across the Table.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Maggie's attention.

Friday 7th June

John Butler - Papi Chulo

John Butler came in to talk to Maggie about his new film, 'Papi Chulo.' Released today, it tells the story of an LA weatherman who has a meltdown, and decides to plough time and energy into home improvement, meeting Latino labourer Ernesto in the process.

Francis Brennan

At the start of the main wedding season, the ebullient hotelier joined Maggie in studio to talk all things nuptial - stress, invitations, gifts, guests and upstaging the bride!

News Round Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Maggie's attention.

Tuesday 4th June

Irish shopfronts, 'Uprooted,' and lots more Sligo attractions!

Trevor Finnegan espoused the virtues of the old Irish shopfront - and his documentation of them! Tara McGowan and Abigail Ramaabya spoke of, 'Uprooted,' a show featuring in the Cairde Sligo Arts Festival in July. And Ronan from the Yeats Encounter and Marie Casserly of the Sligo Food Trail popped in for a visit.

Dark Tales Walking Tours and seanchaí Samuel Brett

Melissa ní Maolanfaidh, who runs, 'Dark Tales Walking Tours,' revealed how Bram Stoker may have been a Dubliner - but it all began in Sligo. Seanchaí Samuel Brett carried on the Irish story-telling tradition and fitted in a few stories on the show for Ryan.

Lost Valley of Uggo and Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park

Gerard Burke told Ryanshared the secret of the Lost Valley of Uggol, which may not be so secret after today's programme! Sue O'Callaghan told Ryan about the hidden gem Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park.

Atlantic Sheepdogs.

Martin Freeney of Atlantic Sheepdogs showed Ryan some tricks of the trade.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention, along with a run-down on some of our visit to Donegal and Sligo.

Monday 3rd June

Lost Tide Warriors

Author Catherine Doyle visited to talk about her new book, 'Lost Tide Warriors,' Ryan heard about the Bluestack Foundation; the new song by the Wild Atlantic Wains; the Donegal railway museum; Gaelscoil na gCeithre Máistrí which is twinned with Choctaw school; And best of all - that the hurdy-gurdies and waltzers in Bundoran were open!

Danielle Stewart

24-year old farmer Danielle Stewart told Ryan about the trials, tribulations and joys of the farmer's life!

Deirdre McGlone

Deirdre McGlone talked to Ryan about the bittersweet sale of her hotel - and an iconic location in Donegal, Harvey's Point.

Niamh Coughlan

Out and about meeting some of our Donegal listeners, dairy farmer Niamh told Ryan all about her day-to-day life as a dairy farmer.

Magee Tweed

The Magee tweed dynasty came to see Ryan and talk about how they've managed to stay in business!

Miriam Kennedy

Miriam Kennedy, head of the Wild Atlantic Way initiative, popped in to talk about the beautiful stretch along our western shore, and what a difference it has made to the country.

David James

The singer, presenter and Liverpool fan joined Ryan for a chat.

News Round-Up of the Day

The stories, headlines, and local people and happenings that caught Ryan's attention.

Wild Atlantic Way - Live from Donegal!

This morning Ryan was live from near the tip-top of Ireland for another stint on our Wild Atlantic Way tour! First up, the stories and headlines of the day that caught Ryan's attention.

Friday 31st May

Best of the Week Podcast

This week Ryan spoke to Emily and Michael Westbrooks about adopting, Les Martin about his sons Ciarán and Cathal, BFFs Lisa Carey and Caroline Grace-Cassidy, raconteur Polly Devlin and rugby legend Gareth Thomas.

Minister Joe McHugh - Leaving Cert Bereavement Reforms

Thanks to Rhona Butler, who sat her Leaving Cert the day after her mother died, the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh, has passed new reforms which will make allowances for students who are grieving. Ryan spoke to him about them.

Gareth Thomas

In Dublin to launch the 2019 Union Cup in DCU, Gareth Thomas chatted with Ryan about coming out as gay and how his world has changed since. https://unioncupdublin.ie/

News Round Up of the Day

The stories and headlines of the day that grabbed Ryan's attention.

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Programme Highlights

Tommy Tiernan

Comedian and presenter Tommy Tiernan came into studio to chat with Ryan about a breadth of topics, ranging from drinking, to Irish mammies, to staying silent for ten days.

Courtney Kennedy

Ahead of opening the Dot Tubridy exhibition, Ryan spoke to Courtney Kennedy about her famous father Bobby, her Irish roots and her good friend Dot.

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