Bunny Carr

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RIP: Dolores O’Riordan, Aretha Franklin, Myrtle Allen and Stephen Hawking. Photographs: Tim Roney/Getty, Fred A Sabine/NBC via Getty, Eric Luke and Santi Visalli/Getty

Ireland Dolores O’Riordan in 2007. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien January 15th Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan February 9th Form(...)

Bunny Carr’s final journey: Mass at St Fintan’s Church, Sutton, was followed by burial at St Fintan’s Cemetery, Sutton. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Bunny Carr was a pioneering broadcaster and the effective founder of modern media training in Ireland but the central narrative of his life was a love(...)

‘Stop the lights!’
  • Letters
  • September 22, 2018, 00:04

Sir, – Deirdre Falvey writes an accurate and comprehensive feature on the late Bunny Carr’s lovely programme Quicksilver (September 20th). However, my(...)

Bunny Carr founded Carr Communications, a public relations and training company in 1973. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Bunny Carr, the former RTÉ presenter and founder of Carr Communications, has died aged 91. Mr Carr was best known as the host of shows such as Quick(...)

Joe Duffy: “The punters knew the banks were dodgy before the politicians did.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When Joe Duffy was a child in Ballyfermot he came upon two adult neighbours having a row. He did what Joe Duffy does to this day. He got involved. “I (...)

Tom Savage, who has died recently, was a prominent communications expert who served as chairman of the RTÉ Authority and previously as an adviser to A(...)

For 15 years Tom Savage was a familiar voice on RTÉ’s “It Says in the Papers” slot. Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

Tributes have been paid to the public relations and management consultant Tom Savage, who has died at the age of 76. A former Catholic priest, he w(...)