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# RTÉ Radio

Last month
August 2023
Who will replace Ryan Tubridy in his morning radio slot?
Before he was taken off air in June, the presenter had been at the helm of The Ryan Tubridy Show since 2015.
Ryan Tubridy will not be returning to radio show as RTÉ DG says 'trust has broken down'
Kevin Bakhurst said that RTÉ had hoped to reach an agreement with Tubridy.
Tubridy stopped hosting the show in June following controversy over his salary at the broadcaster.
Bakhurst said that RTÉ and Tubridy did reach agreement on his potential fee and hours.
However, he said that trust broke down between the parties.
This year
Center Parcs tells RTÉ it won't be renewing sponsorship of The Ryan Tubridy Show
The holiday destination firm has sponsored the show to the tune of €295,000 since last November.
Last year
Broadcast of O Holy Night on RTÉ radio not offensive to non-Christians, BAI rules
The broadcasting watchdog received a complaint about the hymn being played on The Ronan Collins Show.
All time
RTÉ has been losing listeners to commercial stations but Radio 1 is still top dog
Today FM and Newstalk see strong gains across their entire week-day schedule.
'To say everything is refunded is not true': Travel agents and Ryanair customers take aim at O'Leary over remarks
The Commission for Aviation Regulation says that 80% of complaints relating to airline refunds have been resolved.
O'Callaghan apologises for breaking Covid guidelines at RTÉ gathering
The gathering took place as a farewell to a long-time RTÉ employee on their last day.
Sarah McInerney returns in RTÉ Radio One shakeup as broadcaster reveals new autumn schedule
The broadcaster has launched its upcoming season of programming today.
Quiz: How well do you know the career of Sean O'Rourke?
The broadcaster retired from RTÉ today after 31 years at the station.
Brendan O'Connor to permanently take over RTÉ's Marian Finucane slot
The Cork native will take over the 11am-1pm weekend slot from mid-March
BAI rejects complaint made over presenter Ray D'Arcy linking Angelus to child sex abuse
The complainant argued that D’Arcy’s view “was a generalised statement against a particular group in society”
After quitting the station in March, Jenny Greene is returning to 2FM to host a new daytime slot
The latest JNLR listenership figures show a boost for the station.
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.
'Michael D is a formidable president': Adams says Sinn Féin was never going to win Áras election
Adams says that Sinn Féin did not engage with its voters.
'My boy racer years are over': Áras hopeful Gavin Duffy expresses regret over historical driving convictions
The businessman says that the driving that led to his convictions was ‘inexcusable’.
A mix-up involving an Irish family's flight home for Christmas was solved with a lovely gesture on Liveline
A brilliant moment of radio.
'What a game, Pauric!' - John Mullane was on fire in the RTÉ commentary box yesterday
“The man wouldn’t look out of place in the US Masters!”
'He might come to the plaza and have a burger': Obama's 'coming back to Ireland'
The US ambassador to Ireland said he expects Obama to visit in the next year.
RTÉ and Sky retain GAA TV rights for next five years, Newstalk lose out in radio deal
The new broadcast package will last from 2017-2022.
Fancy a Late Date with Leo? He's presenting a show on RTÉ over Christmas
Varadkar says he’s just ‘filling a gap’ in the schedule.
RTÉ has shelved plans to axe its Longwave 252 service
The broadcaster planned to cut the service next year but a review is now underway.
Marty Morrissey paid tribute to Bowie and Ali as he set the scene at Croker yesterday
Morrissey was on RTÉ Radio 1 commentary duty alongside Donal Óg Cusack for the All-Ireland hurling final.
Here's what the world thought of Leo Varadkar saying 'I'm gay'
He spoke publicly about his sexuality on radio yesterday.
Derek Mooney leaves RTÉ afternoon show to make more nature programmes
It’s not yet known who will replace him.
RTE's Morning Edition is axed due to "financial pressure"
Presenter Keelin Shanley to front RTÉ Radio 1′s Late Debate from January.
"The Ryan Line is open": RTÉ unveils bronze tribute to Gerry Ryan
The tile was laid outside the radio centre yesterday evening.
Don't leave your desk unattended in the 2fm office...
You’ll come back to a shiny new one.
Today's radio listenership figures: The winners and losers
How’s Pat getting on at Newstalk? Is Ryan Tubridy winning his listeners back? And is everyone listening to Ronan Collins?
Here's what Twitter thought of Nicky Byrne's 2FM show
He’s got the thumbs up so far.
Keith of 'Joe & Keith' fame is third member of new 2FM breakfast team
He’s joining Bernard O’Shea and Jennifer Maguire in Hector’s old slot.
Pat Kenny and Seán O'Rourke weren't the only game in town today...
Áine Lawlor made her debut on RTE Radio One’s News at One today. Did you tune in?
'It's not about RTÉ vs Newstalk': 'Fearless' Seán O'Rourke on replacing Pat Kenny
The new Today presenter has insisted he has no fears about his new role and tells about focussing on his own game and ironing his own shirts.
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.
Column: Why Pat Kenny is worth every cent - and more
The haters will hate, and the begrudgers will begrudge, but Pat Kenny’s million-euro move to Newstalk was a stroke of genius by the independent broadcaster, writes Paul Allen.
RTÉ regains lost listeners as Morning Ireland opens the gap on Newstalk Breakfast
Today FM has seen losses to their three flagship shows, but RTÉ has regained some lost listeners.
Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and Radio this week
There’s plenty to watch on the box and listen to on the airwaves this week.
Managing Director Clare Duignan leaves RTÉ Radio
Clare Duignan has decided not to renew her contract at the broadcaster.
Head of 2fm steps down to take up new RTÉ Radio role
John McMahon has been head of the station since 2009 but will not be renewing his contract.
Donal Og Cusack: 'It's important for me to move onto the next challenge'
The iconic goalkeeper has confirmed that his career with the Cork hurlers has drawn to an end.
In your ears: JNLR figures reveal what Ireland has been listening to
Good news and bad news for all stations as RTÉ Radio retains an overall market share of nearly a quarter.