Impressionist Conor Moore's hilarious version of how the football world and world in general react to Manchest City winning the Premier League.
Ryan Tubridy was in The Little Museum of Dublin recently for the launch of the 2019 Coca-Cola "Thank You" Fund.
The fund was set up to enable a network of organisations and youth-orientated groups to effect change and inspire and support young people in Ireland aged 16-25. The Fund works with charities, community, sporting and voluntary organisations and will provide €100,000 in 2019 for related projects.
Ryan was joined by Clara Ryder who is a past participant of the Next Step Programme, with her Guide Dog Noah.
Baz Ashmawy’s new show Wingman started on RTE One last Sunday night at 9.30pm.
In each of the 3 episodes, Baz encounters a person with a personal project which they are unsuccessful achieving by themselves.
In the first episode Baz meets Jimmy the dairy farmer from Tougher who wants to put on a two-man show about lonely farmers, a subject close to his heart. The play is a huge success with the locals, when Baz steps in to help.
All Ireland Camogie winning superstar and presenter Anna Geary has recently joined Cork's RedFM.
Tune in every Sunday afternoon on Leeside 104-104FM from 2pm - 6pm. Anna's terrific taste in music and lively personality keeps you smiling and entertained.
Irish life sciences company, Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI), has opened a research clinic in Dublin’s city centre.
The company in association with the UCD Institute of Sport and Health, will conduct research to provide a comprehensive view of potential genetic factors contributing to fitness health, which in turn could lead to the developments of targeted interventions to improve your future health. Over 3000 volunteers will be assisting in the research that will in time, it is hoped, benefit Irish patients with chronic illnesses.
Professor Niall Tubridy has just written a book about the story of his career so far, as a Neurologist.
In "Just One More Question" Niall shares the stories of his encounters over the years that are dramatic, funny, and poignant. A painter who believes her left hand is her guardian angel. A man who feels like his head is exploding every time he orgasms. A chef who loses his memory for six hours. A book that will fascinate you with the patients' tales but leave you at the end pondering the notion of what life really is!
The book has reached number one in the non fiction charts.
Karl Henry is delighted to be the ambassador for the Irish Hospice Foundation's Camino Challenge this year.
The IHF is the only national charity dedicated to dying, death and bereavement in Ireland. By taking part in this challenge you are supporting the great work that IHF do and it is also a wonderful way to enhance your personal fitness and wellness.
The 2019 IHF Camino takes place from 15th-21st September and consists of five days of walking through the beautiful coastline and unspoilt landscape of Galicia in Spain.
Doireann Garrihy is calling on women all around the country to come out and support the 37th annual VHI Women's 10K mini marathon, which will take place in Dublin on Sunday 2nd of June at 2pm.
Over 30,000 women are expected to walk, run or jog the route, starting in Fitzwilliam Square and finishing on Baggot Street.
The event gives the ladies a chance to raise funds for a charity that is close to their heart, whilst having a fun day out and exercising.
Bernard Dunne's latest book "Champion of the World" is an inspiring book, based on Bernard's own story, how a little kid from Neilstown in West Dublin, became a world champion boxer.
Bernard describes his life as a boy, the ups and downs of his life and career and the powerful life lessons and skills that sport can teach a child. Sport can make you believe in yourself and help you focus on goals within sport and also other parts of life, with hard work.
Karen Koster has just launched the GroMor campaign in conjunction with Retail Excellence Ireland and Bord Bia.
The aim of the campaign is to make gardening more accessible to everyone by offering practical advice on how to make the most of your space, whether it’s an allotment, an apartment balcony, or even a herb garden for the kitchen table.
So discover your green fingers and grab a trowel and uncover the beauty and mystery of your own garden.