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#Larry Gogan

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Kind, fun and a music champion - why Larry Gogan is the king of radio Opinion

Opinion: Kind, fun and a music champion - why Larry Gogan is the king of radio

It was announced this week he is leaving his 2fm show to go to RTÉ Gold. His former broadcast assistant Helen Cullen says he was a brilliant boss to her.

From TheJournal.ie Larry Gogan is leaving RTÉ's 2FM after 40 years Golden Hour

Larry Gogan is leaving RTÉ's 2FM after 40 years

The veteran broadcaster is moving to online station RTÉ Gold.

"Never saw him in bad humour" - Larry Gogan remembers old friend Tony Fenton RIP

"Never saw him in bad humour" - Larry Gogan remembers old friend Tony Fenton

The broadcaster has died at the age of 53.

8 wonderful wrong answers from Larry Gogan's Just A Minute Quiz

Questions didn’t suit ye today.

Larry Gogan: "The Golden Hour isn't going anywhere"

The veteran broadcaster can’t wait to take his radio show to weekends.

Larry Gogan's Golden Hour gets the chop in 2fm schedule shake-up

The veteran broadcaster will now move to a weekend slot.

13 signs that Christmas has begun in Ireland

Christmas Day is exactly four weeks away.

GEALGÓIR Hector Ó hEochagáin will take over 2FM’s breakfast show in October.

Ó hEochagáin, along with Ryan Tubridy spearhead 2FM’s new autumn schedule.

Kicking off next week, Tubridy takes over from the late Gerry Ryan with a show from 9 – 11am. Tubridy will be followed by Colm Hayes, formerly of the Breakfast Show. Hayes former Breakfast Show partner Jim Jim Nugent left the station yesterday deciding to announce his exit via You Tube.

Golden oldie Larry Gogan stays in place from 1 – 2pm. Rick O’Shea will host his show from 2-4.30 while Will Leahy continues on with the drivetime slot till 6pm.

RTE’s Lucy Kennedy and Baz Ashmawy have been given their own weekend breakfast show.