Give Emma Doran a job.
Dermot and Dave on Today Fm are moving to mid morning 9-12. They’re looking for a content creator and reporter ( Iknow, I thought of me aswell)
— Today FM (@todayfm) December 19, 2016
Sports journalist and early Pat Hickey nemesis Paul Kimmage will be joining Matt Cooper on Today FM after 6.30pm.
Previously: Back In Her Box
As part of the First Fortnight festival…
“Paul Kimmage… will join us at First Fortnight for a very special Banter In Conversation event to talk about his life as a professional cyclist, his career as a sportswriter,the mental stresses and strains that occur in sport and how sportspeople deal with these. The interview will be conducted by Banter’s Jim Carroll.
At the Workman’s Club in Dublin, on Tuesday, January 10, at 7pm…
They follow you around the station.
Paul Mallon writes:
Doff of the cap to the person who’s taken the time to put googly eyes on Matt Cooper at the DART station – cheering up the morning.
Delighted that my good friend Anton Savage is the new mid morning presenter on @todayfmofficial. Best of luck to him
— Matt Cooper (@cooper_m) January 15, 2015
Look into the eyes.
Not around the eyes.
Pic: Today FM
(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)