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# RTE Radio One

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# Electricity Bills
Blackouts and power shortages 'not expected' this winter, says Eamon Ryan
The minister’s remarks come after the UK government held emergency talks with energy companies over spiralling price increases.
# RTE Radio One
RTÉ announces Claire Byrne as the new presenter of the Today programme on Radio 1
The popular 10am-midday slot had been occupied by Sarah McInerney since the retirement of Sean O’Rourke in May.
# Ryan Tubridy
'It came from the heart': Tubridy offers clarification over Greta Thunberg comments
The host faced criticism for remarks he’d made discussing the climate change activist and her speech to the UN.
# cervical check scandal
'Two years is what’s being given but I don’t accept that because I’m a very positive person'
Ruth Morrissey said she was relieved that her court case was over and the labs were found accountable.
# Kieran Mulvey
Sport Ireland claims 'drip feed' of media reports about FAI is harming attempts to reform organisation
It follows another revelation about the FAI and its former CEO.
# good tidings
'They didn't have to answer the door': Shane Ross defends evening visits to locals over Christmas
The Minister for Transport was responding to claims on Liveline that his Christmas calls were not appropriate.
# RTE Radio One
RTÉ wants to digitally archive 20,000 tapes of its radio programmes between 1988 and 2008
The broadcaster wants someone to come out to its offices, take the tapes and digitise them before returning them to RTÉ.
# sandy harsch
'She was much loved': RTÉ Radio One presenter Sandy Harsch dies aged 76
Since 1996, she had presented Country Time on RTÉ Radio One.
# #4outof6
The first debate of the 2018 Áras race has taken place: here's what we learned
The first official debate took place on RTÉ Radio’s News at One this afternoon.
# aras 2018
Candidates lodge papers as official campaigning in presidential election set to get under way
We’re just a month out from polling day.
# women in the church
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: 'Misogynism is obviously present in the Catholic Church'
During the interview, Archbishop Martin became upset as he recounted telling the Pope about the Tuam babies story.
# Francis MacManus
Who was Francis MacManus, and how did he inspire Ireland's longest-running short story contest?
The competition – described as a “window on Irish society” – is now open to entries.
Despite dropping 25,000 listeners in a year, Morning Ireland is still by far the most listened to radio show
There were mixed results for Ireland’s main national stations.
# Health complications
'It's very serious... you could die': Kevin Dundon describes his major health scare after routine surgery
Celebrity chef Kevin Dundon developed two pulmonary embolisms after a medical procedure.
'It's definitely on': Battle heating up for 2FM and Today FM as pair tied for breakfast listeners
Latest figures show a good rise in numbers across the both stations.
# factcheck
FactCheck: How many workers are on the minimum wage?
FactCheck attempts to referee a post-Budget dispute between a Fine Gael Junior Minister and an AAA-PBP TD.
# factcheck
FactCheck: Does every other country in Europe have water charges?
Fine Gael TD Seán Barrett made the claim over the airwaves recently. Is it true?
# f**k cancer
'The constipation is the worst ' - Louise McSharry on what nobody tells you about cancer
The 2FM DJ is talking about the things nobody talks about.
# don't talk to joe
Nobody was actually able to 'talk to Joe' on today's Liveline
The phone lines went down. DISASTER.
# Pat Carey
14 lovely reactions to Pat Carey's courageous interview about being gay
The former Fianna Fáil minister spoke about his sexuality on RTÉ Radio One this morning.
# Mental Health
RTE presenter John Murray talks frankly about his depression
The RTE Radio One presenter returned to his 9am radio slot today and spoke to listeners about how badly he had been affected by the illness.
# Your Say
Poll: What radio station will you tune into next week?
Will it be Newstalk, RTÉ or neither?
RTÉ Radio chief: 'We've looked under every stone to try and make savings'
Jim Jennings tells about how he replaced Pat Kenny and what needs to be done to get more female voices on the radio.
# Tubs on Twitter
Tubridy: Twitter was an ego trip for me and I'm not going back to it
The RTÉ broadcaster also said he will bring a “new buzz” to the Late Late Show when it returns in September.
# Changes
Tubridy: Others might be tempted to leave RTÉ after Pat Kenny departure
The Late Late Show host confirmed that he is not looking to leave the State broadcaster but admitted that others might be.
Head of HSE Child and Family vents frustration at... HSE
Gordon Jeyes was recorded giving a lecture at UCD in which he criticised the HSE and questioned the mandatory reporting of child abuse suspicions.
# Poetry Corner
Listen to Michael Ó Muircheartaigh's Christmas poem
He’s more used to the Sam Maguire Cup than rhyming couplets. But the GAA legend gave poetry a go this morning.
# west coast
Limerick councillor wishes Rubberbandits well despite radio rugby comments
Hip-hop stars should represent the city’s sport positively after Blind Boy says he knows “nothing about rugby, kid”