Fine words butter no parnsips. That is true, but if your parsnips are already well-buttered, there’s nothing wrong with fine words.
His morning radio slot ended earlier this year – but Bernard O’Shea has never been busier, starting with his debut book, writes Esther McCarthy.
Will you be tuning in?
Des O'Driscoll shares the latest from the entertainment world.
Here's your morning bulletin.
RTÉ have announced their new season will feature brand new drama and comedy as well as the return of some old favourites.
'I'm overweight, I can't tuck and suck'.
Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime.
The dance-off made its way back to RTÉ’s Dancing with the Stars tonight and out of the seven remaining celebs, it was Erin McGregor and Bernard O’Shea that went head-to-head tonight.
It must be the week that’s in it, but the judges were showing a lot of love to the surviving celebs tonight.
And then there were eight. Maia Dunphy was the latest contestant on Dancing with the Stars to exit stage left, with the Marty Party still going strong.
Not quite a pot of gold, but Marty Morrissey was clearly over the rainbow when he managed to improve his steps on Dancing with the Stars’ movie-themed night.
The Marty Party is still going, but for Norah Casey it was taxi time after the first elimination from this year’s Dancing with The Stars TV bash.
He may have come second last in the judges’ scores; he may have been up against a world champion and a rugby grand slam winner — but this year’s Dancing With the Stars is already shaping up to be a Marty party.
GAA guru Marty Morrissey will show off his twinkle toes when he follows in the steps of sports presenter Des Cahill onto the dance floor.
Helen O’Callaghan talks to Jennifer Zamparelli about how baby number two will fit in to the 2fm presenter’s hectic life
All parties involved with the 2FM Xmas Ball are providing their services free of charge on the night including artists, organisers and 3Arena.
A bit different to last week's show.
The Green Nose Day gig will raise much needed funds for a variety of Irish and International causes in association with Comic Relief.
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Des O’Driscoll rounds up five things going on around the country this week.
A shortlist of nominees in 23 strongly contested television categories for the Irish Film and Television Academy Awards has been unveiled.
Renowned worldwide for their razor-sharp wit and cutting sense of humour, Corkonians are getting their very own comedy festival.
Nothing prepares you for stand up. It is a weird, strange thing. The only thing that can possibly prepare you for stand up is stand up itself.
If you've had a hectic weekend, here's the best shows and films on TV to unwind to tonight.
Looking for plans for the weekend? Here’s a list of what’s on and where.
Opera will be to the fore in the list of top-class entertainment by the Everyman after the Cork theatre unveiled its spring and early summer schedule.
Weather's crap, weekend's miles away, here's what's on telly tonight.
The spoiler-free guide to the things appearing on your television box tonight.
Tune into TV3 at 8pm tonight for the 13th national celebration of Irish style at the Marker Hotel in Dublin where the country's most fashionable celebrities, including the Xposé girls, are in attendance.
It’s no country for young men, especially in rural areas where the recession has decimated the jobs market.
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A documentary on UFC star Conor McGregor and the second heat of MasterChef Ireland are among the homegrown shows over the next few days.
RTÉ star Ryan Tubridy urged 2FM listeners to stay faithful to the station during its shake-up of the daytime schedule as Nicky Byrne adds star power to its line-up.
The battle of the airwaves between Pat Kenny and Seán O’Rourke produced no real winners or losers in the red-hot competition for mid-morning radio audiences, according to the latest JNLR figures.
Highlights include the new Dracula and the return of Republic of Telly.
Paddy Power have installed Jennifer Maguire as their 5/1 favourite to replace Dermot Whelan as the Republic of Telly’s main presenter.
The Voice of Ireland final and The Big House with Bryan Murray are among the highlights.
The Rubberbandits, Pat Shortt and Edinburgh Festival-winner David O’Doherty are just three of the headline acts set to take to the stage later this month for the sixth Bulmers Comedy Festival in Clonmel.
Tickets for the Killers’ gig at the O2 in Dublin went on sale this morning.
COMEDIAN Andrew Maxwell has come under fire from angry fans after allegedly taking to the stage drunk at a weekend gig.
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