Films You'd Love Your Kids to See07/04/15
During the months of July and August, Lighthouse Cinema are presenting a season of films called 'Films You'd Love Your Kids to See' and they are showing a bunch of great children's movies on the big screen. TV and Film Director Brian Reddin, who has...
Later this month is the 30th anniversary of Live Aid. Eoin Sweeney takes a look back at some of the most memorable moments.
Music and Politics
When Donald Trump recently used 'Rockin in the Free World' by Neil Young to launch his campaign for President, Neil was non too happy. Can music and politics ever really mix? John Meaghar shares his opinion.
Comedians Dave McSavage and Joanne McNally reminisce over fond summer spent and great craic had at the Gaeltacht.
Life After Music
Chris Waller chats to Dave about what some of our favourite musicians got up to after deciding to bow out of the music industry.
Soda Bread Box
Ronan Conway tells Dave about his new venture - Ireland's first no lights, no alcohol disco!
Lisa Garvey and Sharon Mannion
Dave chats to Lisa Garvey and Sharon Mannion.
Ronan Casey joins Dave to tell the truth about the origins of Irish Slanguage.
Mark Moriarty was crowned S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2015 in Milan on Friday night. He joins Dave to talk about his big win.
Brian Llyod was live in studio talking about what's hot in the movie world at the moment.
Ahead of Wimbledon, journalist and tennis expert Donal Lynch spoke to Dave about both on and off court tennis antics.
Unforgivable Cinema Sins
Emer McLysaght gave us a run-down on what not to do when you go to the cinema.
Motor Neurone Disease
Since Paul Lannon was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in 2011, he has helped the IMNDA raise awareness and money for MND. Paul is speaking at The June Ball, which is taking place in the Double Tree by Hilton tonight and he joined Dave to speak...
2fm's Louise McSharry spoke to Dave live from Glastonbury.
Dr Laura Canning of the School of Film and Television at Falmouth University in the UK, talks about the evolution of female superheroes.
Dave chats with Tony Visconti about reuniting with Woody Woodmansey to preform 'The Man Who Sold The World' album along with a bunch of other Bowie classic songs from 1969-1973 at the Olympia.
Being a dad today is a whole different experience to what it was 20 years ago, so what kind of standards do dads now have to live up to, and do we fully appreciate them? Cain McGarrigle and Pat Fitzpatrick discuss.
Women in Gaming
Brianna Wu is one of the best knows Video Game Developers in the world and Co-Founder of Giant Spacekat. She talks to Dave about women in the gaming industry.
Gay Engagement Notice in The Irish Times
It's been exactly a month since Ireland voted YES to Marriage Equality. Leo and Mark talk to Dave about a gay engagement notice which was published in The Irish Times. The announcement received a lot of attention in the press.
Brogan Hayes from hayesatthemovies.com & Movies.ie was in studio with Dave to talk about what’s hot and what’s not in the movie world at the moment.
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