The Ryan Tubridy Show

The Ryan Tubridy Show

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The Ryan Tubridy Show Tuesday 1 November 2016

The Ryan Tubridy Show

The Ryan Tubridy Show

The Ryan Tubridy Show is a fast paced entertaining and informative sixty minutes of morning radio. Presented by Dave Fanning.

Sandy Stein - Can Money Buy Happiness?

Sandy Stein - Can Money Buy Happiness?

After starting her own business following a vivid dream, Sandy found herself making millions. She joins Dave on the line to talk about success and the changes that followed, both good and bad!

Kerrie O'Brien - Looking at the Stars

Kerrie O'Brien - Looking at the Stars

Kerrie O'Brien is a writer and poet who was so bothered by the homeless problem in Dublin city that she decided to do something about it. She joins Dave in studio to tell him all about the anthology book "Looking at the Stars" which is raising money for Dublin Simon's rough sleeper team.

"Looking At The Stars" is available in Books Upstairs and also in Dubray Books with books available to order via their website www.dubraybooks.ie

Stephen - Duty to Aid

Stephen got in touch to tell Dave about Spain's duty to aid law which applies to traffic accidents!

Music Played on the Show

Boy From School

Boy From School

Hot Chip

5:14

Karma Police

Karma Police

Radiohead

6:23

Programme Highlights

Hugh Bonneville

Star of Downton Abbey and Paddington, Hugh Bonneville, spoke to Ryan about portraying beloved children's author Roald Dahl in the Sky Arts film 'To Olivia' and how he's been helping out with the vaccine roll-out in the UK.

Paul Oakley Stovall

American actor Paul Oakley Stovall plays George Washington in the first national tour of 'Hamilton'. He joined Ryan on the line from Cork to talk about following in the footsteps of historical figure Frederick Douglass as part of plans for a new musical.

Ruth Coker Burks

Ruth Coker Burks is someone who has defied disapproval in America's Deep South to help and care for men with Aids since the 1980s. She joined Ryan on the line from the US to tell her remarkable story of compassion and combating prejudice.

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