Billy Walsh: has overseen spectacular success for Irish boxers in his years as head coach. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

(...), well and truly sunk, radio and news reports trilled daily about the lavish pension packages and golden(...)

Van Morrison from the cover shoot for his album Moondance. Photograph: Elliott Landy/Rhino

(...) radio comedy had an amazing linguistic invention, playing with words. Do you think that might have been(...)

(...) feel the silence at half past eleven / On long summer nights / As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg(...)

Georgie Fame, John Minihan and Van Morrison outside Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, Soho London 1994

(...) presenter, and I were the first people to champion Van’s and Rory Gallagher’s music on radio and in the(...)

Jeffrey Donaldson MP said the word of the Sinn Féin leadership could not be relied on.

Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers in Dublin on Tuesday. Mr Flanagan told Newstalk radio he had been in(...)

Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish celebrates his side’s second goal in the FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool at Wembley Stadium last April. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP Photo

(...) even keel. Tears of joy His father, Kevin, may have been a near-perpetual feature on radio after his(...)

While unkind caricatures of “cat ladies” focus on loneliness and social awkwardness, the man who lives alone with a cat is more often portrayed as an out-and-out psychopath

(...)’s munificence. Ornaments of the nation abounded. There was a talented radio presenter over here. There was a(...)

Tropical Storm Erika  in the Caribbean. Photograph: NOAA handout/Reuters

(...) prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit said in a radio broadcast. Overflowing rivers and landslides washed(...)

Former Fianna Fáil minister Conor Lenihan: clearly doesn’t feel his political past is anything to be embarrassed about. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) sounding indignant about the issue on Morning Ireland (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays). He is particularly exercised(...)

The subject tells the story:  the American writer Robert Drake in Where I Am, on RTÉ, about the 1999 attack, in his adopted home of Sligo, that left him with brain injuries

(...), shows how well his easy-going, unconfrontational though robust interviewing skills transfer from radio(...)