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Ray D’Arcy: has an easy acceptance of people for who they are, as well as an instinct for bringing all aspects of Irish life into the wider national conversation

RTÉ bosses nervous about staff being poached by their commercial rivals would have done well to avoid Wednesday’s Ray D’Arcy Show (Today FM, weekdays)(...)

Both 2fm’s Ryan Tubridy (above) and his Today FM rival Ray D’Arcy recorded audience declines. Photograph: Frank Miller

RTÉ Radio presenters Ronan Collins, Claire Byrne and Dave Fanning were among the individual winners in the latest snapshot of Irish radio ratings, but(...)

Sen David Norris at the Today FM studios on Monday, after he had his beard shaved off in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

As if to remind us that Halloween beckons, the air was thick with scary stories this week. One could scarcely tune in without hearing hair-raising acc(...)

Overbearing: Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

It will hardly come as news to some listeners, but last week it was finally official: George Hook is a loudmouth. The surprise was that this judgment (...)

 Jenny Kelly and Ray D’Arcy who were married at Tankardstown House,Co Meath. Photograph: Therese Aherne

Today FM presenter Ray D’Arcy (48) and his long-term partner Jenny Kelly got married at an intimate humanist ceremony at Tankardstown House in Co Meat(...)

History man: Myles Dungan. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

With a fortnight to go before battle commences, RTÉ Radio 1 has been quietly shoring up its previously unassailable mid-morning redoubt, before Pat Ke(...)

Never a man shy about speaking his mind, Ray D’Arcy started the week uncharacteristically stuck for words. Given that the August lull is upon us, he c(...)

Miriam O’Callaghan’s theatrical but palpable empathy is something new Sunday morning radio show host Aoibhinn Ní Shuilleabháin could learn from. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Given the phalanx of male broadcasters that dominates RTÉ’s radio schedule, the first Aoibhinn and Company (RTÉ Radio 1, Sunday) came as a refreshing (...)

 Colm Hayes  with Irene and Jason Coyne at Ruth and Paddy’s 2FM July 4th party. Photograph: Tony Kinlan

Noticing gardaí are getting younger is a classic sign of ageing, but a more lethally accurate barometer of advancing years is discovering the songs th(...)

Disclosure: Alan Shatter at a press conference this week. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The air ringing with charges of murky deals and shady practices, Ireland’s image as a dynamic global competitor took such a hammering abroad th(...)

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