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Previously: A Limerick A Ray
Thanks Spaghetti Hoop
(Leon Farrell/Photocal Ireland)
Phoenix Park, Dublin this morning
“From the start line of the Ray D’Arcy Show Half Million Half Marathon earlier for LauraLynn [Children’s, Fair play Today FM. They hit the €500,000 target! In the pic, Mairead Farrell, Jane McKenna, Ray D’Arcy, Bressie and Jenny Kelly.”
Outside The Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin today.
Kevin McGuinness writes:
“Today FM’s Shave or Dye campaign smashed a Guinness World Record with the most amount of heads shaved simultaneously. It was set in 2013 with 77 heads but today 179 heads were shaved. Great cause and achievement. Good job to everyone. Now feeling that bit lighter :)”
Ronan Lawlor writes:
Speaking to The Last Word on Today FM this evening, Brian Kerr told Matt Cooper that he believes Mick McCarthy has been disrespected by the FAI in their process to select a new manager for the national side. He also revealed that Martin O’Neill had met with FAI officials before the World Cup qualifier against Sweden in September, while Giovanni Trapattoni was still in charge of the team…
Earlier: This Just Martin
(Gareth Chaney/Photocall Ireland)
Leg found on Dollymount strand in Dublin this morning-Gardai investigating
— Today FM News (@TodayFMNews) October 19, 2012
Richard Bruton on The Last Word’s Europe Debate On Today Fm this evening hosted by Matt Cooper.
Matt Cooper: “Just imagine that the decision of the Irish people is ‘no’ – what
are you going to say to your counterparts in Europe?”
Richard Bruton: “I suppose I will have to say that we will need access to this fund
and Ireland will be looking to say can we vote again, because we will need access to this fund”
Cooper: “Are you suggesting that if there is a no vote, this government
will seek to rerun the referendum?”
Bruton: “No I’m saying that we will have a crisis on our hands and we will face a really difficult situation in funding ourselves, that is the reality.”
A government spokesman later said there would be no second vote.
Ray D’Arcy: “There’ll be no apology and no retraction. Good morning”. *plays Graceland*. << Applause.
— Naoise Nunn (@naoisen) April 23, 2012
Previously: Don’t Do It, Ray
(Leon Farrell/Photocall ireland)
Comedy gold or your cash back
Ray D’Arcy: “Now good news for fans of the Savage Eye. It returns next Monday. That’s the 19th of March, which is a bank holiday. Is that going to affect the viewing figures David?”
David McSavage: “I don’t know Ray.”
D’Arcy: “People do things differently on a bank holiday you see?”
McSavage: “Yeah, I don’t know. I hope..I don’t know, Ray.”
D’Arcy: ” Yeah I wasn’t expecting a…good answer to that question.”
McSavage: “I’m sorry, I don’t know…”
D’Arcy: ” We’ll start again will we?”
Today’s FM’s charitable Guinness world record-breaking antics on February 17.