Joe Duffy

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Then tanáiste Joan Burton is confronted by anti-water charge demonstrators in Jobstown in 2014. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

It is ridiculous to suggest that the prosecution of the Jobstown protesters was a political conspiracy. There is a much more obvious explanation for w(...)

Pat Hickey at the men’s lightweight double sculls final at the Olympics in Rio. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

If the build-up is to believed, the encounter between Paul Williams and Pat Hickey is set to rival storied clashes as the Rumble in the Jungle and the(...)

  Ryan Tubridy usually isn’t one to get flustered

Ryan Tubridy usually isn’t one to get flustered during embarrassing or awkward situations – he hosts The Late Late Show every week, after all – but on(...)

A judge has trained his sights on broadcaster Joe Duffy. Photograph: Alan Betson

A District Court judge has accused RTÉ’s Joe Duffy “and all the great panjandrums of the media” of attacking the courts for not sentencing people. At(...)

Late Late Show presenter Ryan Tubridy – who turned 44 last weekend – remains far and away the highest-paid RTÉ broadcaster, with Joe Duffy the only other broadcaster to receive over €400,000

RTÉ’s highest-paid star, Ryan Tubridy, received payments totalling €485,350 from his media firm last year. New accounts lodged by Mr Tubridy’s Tuttle(...)

Women with the HER2-positive strain of the disease had the best prognosis because of the “colossal impact”of Herceptin and chemotherapy: Photograph: F Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd/PA Wire

Women with metastatic, or secondary, breast cancer face a better outlook than they would have in the past, according to a leading cancer specialist. (...)

Joe Duffy: Liveline broadcast a retro-themed special for RTÉ’s Cruinnú na Cásca cultural festival

Tuning into Liveline (RTÉ Radio 1, weekdays) on Easter Monday, it’s apparent something is up. Quips about “telegram polls” and references to the GPO o(...)

Joe Duffy during a 1917-themed Liveline at the Custom House in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

It was a long day for the children of the Hell for Leather troupe of céilí dancers from Kilrush, Co Clare. They left west Clare at 5am, bound for Dub(...)

Should you read all the terms and conditions or totally ignore them? Or  simply check for key words and phrases that might trip you up? Photograph: iStockphoto

Do you know your rights as a consumer, or can shops see you coming a mile off? Answer these 20 questions, and see if you have the cop-on to be Ireland(...)

Moby interviewed by Donal Scannell on Born Optimistic (RTÉ Radio 1 Extra, Monday).

We live in interesting times, with civil liberties across the world coming under threat, but judging by some of the callers to Liveline (RTÉ Radio 1, (...)

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