Muireann O’Connell has the enthusiasm, not to mention the affability, to keep things palatable

It could be argued that if you work on a breakfast show, you’re effectively playing to one of the toughest crowds on radio: people about to hop on the(...)

Richard Satchwell holding a photo of his missing wife Tina at their home in Youghal, Co Cork. Photograph: Irish Examiner

The Late Late Show Friday, RTÉ One , 9.35pm Social media star Pippa O’Connor, author Louise O’Neill and journalist Brendan O’Connor will headline this(...)

Ana Liffey chief executive Tony Duffin with RTÉ presenter Bláthnaid Treacy. Photo credit: Drugs.ie

Young adults are being encouraged to write about issues such as club drugs and steroids as part of a revamped Drugs.ie National Youth Media Awards. N(...)

Overall winners of the Drugs.ie “Let’s Talk About Drugs” National Youth Media Awards 2017 were Coláiste Eoin, Finglas, Dublin for their song ‘Take Your Mask Off’. pictured at the awards ceremony in Dublin. were (front row from left); Renike Sonuyi, Shannon Hoey, Sophie O’Meara and Melissa Robinson, (back from left); Zackarriah Gilmartin, Emer Hale, Erica Omiagbo, Gloria Nankya, Wiktoria Ferdzyn and Katelyn O’Reilly.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The students of Coláiste Eoin secondary school in Finglas fended off competition from 700 other entrants to claim the top prize at the Drugs.ie Nation(...)

Gang warfare: the Dancing with the Stars contestants

Dance me to the end of love: If you insist. Dancing with the Stars kicks off its opening number tonight, at 6.30pm on RTÉ One. The series will run fo(...)

The line-up for the Irish version of Dancing With The Stars which will begin on RTÉ One on January 8th

The actress and comedian Katherine Lynch clearly had a plan when she signed up for the weight-loss and fitness series Operation Transformation this ye(...)

From left, Cormac Breathnach, a dictionary compiler; Stiofán Ó Fearail of the band Seo Linn; Bláthnaid Treacy of RTÉ 2FM; and actor Clíona Ní Chíosaín. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

‘Bain trial aisti! Surprise yourself,” reads the Seachtain na Gaeilge tagline for 2016. Although most of us learned Irish from when we started school(...)

2fm and Image Now, the design consultants that won a public tender to devise the station’s branding strategy, insist there are no quick fixes.

When Dan Healy, head of 2fm, first saw the station’s new logo he thought of a Brigid’s cross - a symbol RTÉ used prominently in decades past. “We wer(...)