Ray D'Arcy Show
Tattooists Ami James and Ross Nagle07/31/14
The star of Miami Ink is in Ireland to open a shop with Ross who is from Limerick. They spoke to Ray about all things got to do with the body art
Pet Island's Martin Bailey and Jennifer Duggan
Martin and Jennifer came in to chat about their obsession with dogs ahead of a new show all about owners and their pets
Arthur Murphy's E-mail Bag
Every week, Arthur answers your questions about the telly
How do you tell your kids about the situation in Gaza?
Dr John Sharry of SolutionTalk.ie joined Ray to discuss how to deal with questions children have about what they're witnessing in the media about the Gaza crisis
Rosie Brennan's Campaign
Two weeks ago Rosie Brennan was in studio with us. She told us about her six year old Jake, and how he was knocked down and killed in their cul-de-sac housing estate
The Inbetweeners speak to Ray
Simon Bird and Joe Thomas of the hugely popular comedy have a chat about their new movie which is set Down Under
What it means to be asexual
Vivien White and Oscar James joined Ray in studio to speak about what it means to be asexual
Paul chats to Ray about his film Rough Rider.
Ahead of her performance at the Vodafone Comedy Festival, Aisling Bea dropped into studio for some chat and laughs with Alison Curtis - who was filling in for Ray D'Arcy.
New show Coppers Uncovered is taking the stories of Dublin’s most famous, or infamous, night club to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Questions that kids ask...that you can't answer
Alison Curtis is in the hot seat for Ray today and was joined on the phone by some inquisitive kids and some experts who have the answers!
Anne Ferris TD tells Ray her story
Last week, Anne Ferris spoke in the Dail about meeting her sister for the first time at the age of 59. They were born to the same mother and adopted in the ‘50s.
Team Micra Management update
Diarmuid, Paddy and Lorcan are driving 10,000 miles to Mongolia in a MICRA. But how are they getting on? Ray caught up with them this morning.
Lego lost at sea
In 1997, 5 million Lego pieces were lost at sea. To this day, pieces are still washing up on beaches. Ray spoke to Tracey Williams who has collected nearly 600 pieces.
Charity phone line volunteers: panel
Volunteers Gabrielle, Ruth and Brendan spoke to Ray about the intensive training that volunteers undergo in preparation for the job.
Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney
Fashion duo chat to Ray about their plans to head stateside in a bid to find €1.5 million for their new fashion app - Frock Advisor.
Mark Pollock: there is hope out there
Mark will be speaking about curing paralysis at Curious Futures this Friday at 7.30pm in the Smock Alley Theatre as part of the Festival of Curiosity.
UFC fighter Cathal Pendred
Fresh from his win over Mike King at Dublin's O2 on Saturday night, Cathal Pendred joined Ray in studio to discuss some of the preconceptions about the sport.
Calling all teddies for ‘Teddy Auditions’
MacLean Burke and Gemma Doorly joined Ray in studio to chat about new play Joe Prop - they're auditioning teddies for a leading part in the play this afternoon.
How do you say ‘brochure’?
Sophie and her brother Carl both pronounced ‘brochure’ with the emphasis on ‘shuuuure’. Julie, Carl’s girlfriend, pronunces it with the emphasis on ‘Broooo’. Who's right?
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