The Ryan Tubridy Show

The Ryan Tubridy Show

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The Ryan Tubridy Show Wednesday 11 December 2019

The Ryan Tubridy Show

The Ryan Tubridy Show

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

News Round-Up of the Day

News Round-Up of the Day

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

Dr Mark A. Spencer - Murder Most Florid

Dr Mark A. Spencer - Murder Most Florid

Mark spent most of his life working as an esteemed botanist and senior curator in the Natural History Museum in London but his career took a surprising turn which now sees him turning his talent to helping the police crack cases. Mark told Ryan about the work of a forensic botanist.

'Murder Most Florid: Inside the Mind of a Forensic Botanist' by Dr Mark A. Spencer is available now.

An Post Competition - The Letter Never Sent

An Post Competition - The Letter Never Sent

If you could write a letter that you have never sent, who would you send it to and what would you say? We want you to write it now and post it to the Ryan Tubridy Show, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. This morning Ryan read some more letters from listeners and spoke to Bernie about the letter she wrote to her daughter Caoimhe.

Music Played on the Show

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Yola

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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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