Eoin Mcdevitt

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Rescued: Sara Feeney is taken off a Coast Guard helicopter at University Hospital Galway in August 2020. Photograph: Aengus McMahon

This first week of August is always a slow one for radio, beating even the days after Christmas. So the interest is not so much in tuning into the man(...)

USA’s Simone Biles walked away from the women’s team competition on Tuesday after admitting she had “freaked out in a high stress situation”. Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA

Even if they never meet, the lives of American gymnast Simone Biles and the Irish swimmer Mona McSharry have overlapped and caught the wild extremes o(...)

Italy players celebrate after winning Euro 2020. Photo: Frank Augstein/AFP via Getty Images

Brian Kerr – Former Republic of Ireland manager High point The re-emergence of Denmark. It came as a surprise to everyone else but not us, having pla(...)

One of Liam Sheedy’s singular abilities as manager has been to demand that his teams produce the hunger to succeed. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon/Inpho

There are patterns in sport. Saturday lunchtime brings Liam Sheedy and Tipperary back to the Gaelic Grounds, the venue that acted as their crossroads (...)

RTÉ’s Marty Morrissey. Photograph: James Crombie/©INPHO

As a new decade begins, a spirit of resolve and hope for the future permeates the airwaves, if only because January’s arrival means not having to list(...)

Jenny Greene and Nicky Byrne hosts of 2FM’s ‘The Nicky Byrne Show with Jenny Greene’

Young people these days, what are they like? Health conscious and diet aware is the perhaps surprising and definitely disappointing answer, at least i(...)

Ryan Tubridy: the presenter is a good foil, conversing blokeishly while hearing out James Cawley’s tough experiences of life with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita

Just as the swallows’ return heralds the advent of summer, so the re-emergence of chirpy midmorning radio presenters from their holidays signals the (...)

Wexford manager Liam Dunne celebrates at the final whistle of their round 2 qualifier win over Cork. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

In March of 2015, the Waterford hurling team bus arrived at Wexford Park for a league tie that caught the eye. As part of the lower division fraternit(...)

Galway hurling is on the precipice. But that is nothing new. Go back to September 6th of last year in Croke Park; half-time All-Ireland festivities on(...)

“Why is it called the ‘ladies’ game’? That’s the one thing I never get”: Aine Lawlor during a discussion about women in the GAA

Once it may have been the highest praise women could hope for, from men anyway, but the term “ladies” hasn’t quite the acme of affirmation it used to (...)

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