The Ray D'Arcy Show
RTÉ, RTÉ Radio 1
Highlights from the daily radio show with Ray D'Arcy. Featuring listeners' stories and interviews with authors, musicians, comedians and celebrities. Listen live Monday to Friday at 3.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
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On todays show as Ireland re-opens Sinead Quinlan and Amy O'Connor talk to us from the hairdressers and Penny's, Ray speaks to Frank Nelson about his year in lockdown, we are joined by Captain Grace Fanning from the Irish Navy ships, Conor Pope is back with pricewatch and Ray is joined by the Happy…
On todays show Sean Carolan tells us how could you be Howth’s next Goat Herder, Ray speaks to Ireland's First Taekwondo Olympian, Jack Woolley, Dr Laura Lenihan talks about a video she made for brest cancer checksand PJ Gallagher talks about The Big DIY Challenge thats back on the telly tonight.
On todays show Dr. Eilidh Noyes talks about facial recognition with a mask, Noel Cunningham joined Ray to speak about addiction and recovery in Lockdown and Kim Mackenzie-Doyle is on to talk about a new Transition Year programme called The Big Idea.
Are you finding it more difficult to recognise people now that everyone is wearing masks? Dr Eilidh Noyes, a Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Huddersfield, has done some research into facial recognition and she joined Ray to tell us more.
We’ve chatted on the show a few times about the challenge of being a recovering alcoholic during the isolation of Lockdown. Noel Cunningham talks to Ray about has been speaking about recovery and maintaining recovery during an unprecedented time.
On todays show we have live music from our Kitchen Sessions with Aoife Scott, Ray chats to Eithne Reynolds who is giddy about seeing her seven grandkids once Lockdown lifts, Sonya Lennon & Brendan Courtney talk about their new clothing collection, Garath Wild tells us about his car park challange a…
On todays show listener Denise Brooks talks to Ray about her sons walking their duck and their chicken on a lead, Dr Caroline West speaks about Sexual Education of Young People and Ray is joined by Scott Seiss who is better known as the angry retail guy on Tik Tok.
Scott Seiss is known as the angry retail guy on Tik Tok. His videos, which parody the interactions between him and the more rude customers he encountered has racked up millions of views, and have gained him a huge following and celebrity fans. He joined Ray on the line.
On today's show Ray speaks to Claire Coleman the ower of the pet goat seen being walked on a lead around Dundalk, Linda & Danny Kinsella opted for a home birth and Brenda Harkin was their midwife they join Ray to tell us more and dog expert Samantha Rawson gives us some doggie advice.