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#Rick O'Shea

Which Irish Radio Presenter Are You?

It’s time to find out.

From TheJournal.ie "Just damn the consequences and see what happens": Rick O'Shea on his new poetry show Radio 1

"Just damn the consequences and see what happens": Rick O'Shea on his new poetry show

The radio presenter is due to present the Poetry Programme for 30 weeks from tomorrow.

From TheJournal.ie Rick O'Shea: I'm fronting RTE's new poetry show but I'm no expert Radio

Rick O'Shea: I'm fronting RTE's new poetry show but I'm no expert

The DJ wants to share his passion for poetry with the masses.

From TheJournal.ie Luke Ming Flanagan contacts solicitors over RTÉ 2FM show Legal

Luke Ming Flanagan contacts solicitors over RTÉ 2FM show

The TD said that an ‘appalling’ accusation was made on air this morning.

LISTEN: One of these songs will be Ireland's 2014 Eurovision entry

The bookies say former X Factor contestant Eoghan Quigg is the lovely horse to beat.

What's the best/worst reason you've ever broken up with someone?

It’s confession time. Join the discussion here…

How would you do in the Mastermind chair? Take the test

Ireland’s first series of Celebrity Mastermind wrapped up last night. How would you have fared with the general knowledge questions?

How would you do in the Mastermind chair? The answers

Celebrity Mastermind Rick O’Shea got 17 of these 21 questions right. How would you have done?

Crisps, Elvis and Riverdance: 30 of our favourite 'Irish Facts without Wikipedia' Nonsense This post contains images

Crisps, Elvis and Riverdance: 30 of our favourite 'Irish Facts without Wikipedia'

The #irishfactsaboutwikipedia hashtag has been trending worldwide this afternoon. Here’s our country’s revised history.

From TheJournal.ie TheJournal.ie named best website in Ireland IWA11

TheJournal.ie named best website in Ireland

The Irish Times, 98fm and Silicon Republic were also winners at last night’s Irish Web Awards.

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.