Maya Angelou: “I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass.” Photograph: Chester Higgins jnr/The New York Times

(...)’s eyes. Parris had it out with the BBC’s Women’s Hour radio programme recently for being “so moany(...)

“I love hurling. But there are more important things in life. Your family and your health. Hurling is . . . it is fun and enjoyment and it gets you excited. I think we all need something. It doesn’t have to be hurling.” Photograph: Inpho

(...) to go on the radio and tell all to Miriam’s listeners that this leader-of-men was actually bullied(...)

(...) produces a Mass for RTÉ radio every Sunday and new accounts for Kairos Communications Ltd confirm that it(...)

Alan Horgan and Chris Stapleton: one of 43 couples affected by hotel’s closure

(...) receivers yesterday after my father heard an ad on the radio saying the hotel was closed.” “We’re so fed up(...)

Mary Black speaks to Róisín about what she sees as a lack of Irish music on the radio

(...) music on the radio. “I don’t like attacking radio stations about not playing more Irish music. I(...)

Courtney Daly, with coach Phil Sutcliffe and his son Phil Junior, at Crumlin Boxing Club, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) radio is on constantly, pumping out pop music and the news. The news bulletins speak only of gangland(...)

On October 14th in the High Court, lawyers for Red Flag – which acknowledges creating a dossier of mainly newspaper cuttings that someone else, as yet unidentified, put on to the memory stick – expressed concern as to how Denis O’Brien had come by it. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) could be accessed only by using an RFID (radio frequency identification) device for opening and shutting(...)

Noelle Middleton pictured on the set of the film A Yank in Ermine. Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Images

(...) the original Radio Éireann players. In the early 1950s she moved to London and developed a successful(...)

Prof Michael Herity: he served on UCD’s governing body for many years and two years after his retirement in 1994 he was elected president of the Royal Irish Academy

(...) archaeology as an evening student at UCD, and was a newsreader on Radio Éireann. In 1961, after eleven years(...)

The scene  of the fatal shooting of of Eddie Hutch Snr,  in his home on Poplar Row in  Dublin’s north inner city. Photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

(...)’s Liveline (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) is to enter a Hobbesian world where the Garda has ceded all authority to(...)