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Thursday 30 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# bbc radio

All time
# what to believe
Laura Whitmore will explore the subject of religion in a new BBC radio Christmas special
The TV presenter said she keeps a bottle of holy water on her dressing table.
# rachael bland
'I'm afraid the time has come': BBC radio presenter says she has just days left to live
Rachael Bland was diagnosed with breast cancer just under two years ago.
# surge in demand
'That's an extraordinary number': The amount of UK applications for Irish passports set to double
The Irish Ambassador to the UK said that the surge comes as a direct result of Brexit.
# bonggggg
A little girl has offered to shout 'BONG' for the BBC while Big Ben is being repaired
Their response was absolutely lovely.
A 95-year-old man called a radio show because he was lonely - so they invited him on
This is just delightful.
# Odd
Knickers in 'weird', 'creepy' twist at Wimbledon
Barbora Zahlavova Strycova, among others, have voiced opposition to the notion.
# stuart hall
Stuart Hall's sentence for sex assaults doubled by appeal court
The broadcaster was jailed last month after admitting to 14 charges of indecently assaulting girls as young as nine.
# Classified Information
'Voice of football results' James Alexander Gordon retires
Gordon read the classified football results on BBC Radio for 40 years.
# Hooliganism
WATCH: Millwall fighting mars FA Cup semi-final
The trouble came on the weekend of the 24th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster.
# recycle
Over 75,000 disposable BBQs will be used in 2012
Repak wants consumers to think of the ‘forgotten recyclables’ from barbecue season over the June bank holiday.
# Ryan Tubridy
BBC rolls out the red carpet for Ryan
Beeb makes formal announcement that Tubridy on his way to “work his magic”.