Ray D'Arcy Show
Lego lost at sea07/23/14
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?
Do spiders get headaches?
Questions that kids ask – and you just don’t have the answers. Ray is joined by 10-year-old Megan, 4-year-old Noah and some experts to answer those tough questions.
Dara O’Briain is performing at 2 festivals next week: The Festival of Curiosity in the Mansion House and The Vodafone Comedy festival in the Iveagh Gardens.
Paul Hollywood - Get Your Bake On
Best known as a judge on The Great British Bake Off, Paul Hollywood is bringing his live show Get Your Bake On to The Olympia Theatre on 17th and 18th November.
10,000 miles to Mongolia
Paddy Thunder, Diarmuid Keane and Lorcan Smith are setting off on a big challenge - to drive 10,000 miles to Mongolia in the smallest car they can find.
Comedian chatted to Ray about her new Edinburgh Fringe show Help The Frigid, dating comedians and playing the Vodafone Comedy Festival in Dublin this month.
Roseann Brennan pays tribute to her little angel Jake
Little Jakie was hit and killed by a car on 12th June. His mother Rosie is campaigning to make housing estates safer and is calling for the government to make a change.
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh
The GAA commentator joined Ray in studio this morning to chat about Ireland’s People of the Year Awards, his retirement and his love of watching a good match.
The Canadian comedian is performing at the Vodafone Comedy Festival at Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th July.
Sorcha Pollock on Magaluf
Sorcha Pollock, reporter with the Irish Times, spoke to Ray about what she witnessed in Magaluf.
The Christy Burke Series
The Lord Mayor of Dublin continuously tries to save the Garth Brooks concerts…
Derval O'Rouke on retirement
Derval O'Rourke chatted to Ray D'Arcy about weighing up the pros and cons to help her make her decision and said that a lot of it just “added up”.
School Around The Corner - rediscovered footage
Val and his sister Angie were on School Around the Corner in 1992. Val was determined to find the footage and show it to his dad on his birthday. He asked for our help.
We received an email from a listener who is back on the dating scene after 10 years. She asked: where have all the real men gone? We got a huge reaction from listeners.
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