A celebrity psychologist has said he regrets misleading people by using a fake PhD to lecture, provide counselling services, and appear on radio shows as a “doctor.”
The popular broadcaster passed away last Monday at the age of 85.
Four new inductees have been announced for the 2019 IMRO Hall of Fame today.
A household name now, just two years ago most of us had never even heard of Billie Eilish.
Cian Ó Cíobháin marks 20 years of his Taobh Tuathail show on RnaG, writes Eoghan O’Sullivan
The King of Pop kicked off the first of his two concerts on July 31, 1988 - which fell as August bank holiday weekend that year.
A passion for music and appreciation for an Irish guitar legend has united showbiz stalwarts and Ireland’s first citizen at a special ceremony.
In case you missed it, you can catch Dolores on RTÉ’s online player.
The Manic Street Preachers are looking forward to headlining Indiependence in Co Cork next weekend, writes Ed Power
Ian Dury would have been 75 today. Jonathan deBurca Butler looks back on the life of one of the unique talents of the new wave era
RTÉ are selling the field, and the Bull won't stand for it.
Four familiar voices from the airwaves have landed on the PPI Radio Awards hall of fame.
In 1990, an 18-year-old Katie Koestner was raped in her dorm room on the College of William and Mary campus in Virginia, USA.
They’re one of the biggest bands in the world, and have been for decades, but it’s far from sell-out stadiums U2 were raised.
Kevin Stevens has written a book about tolerance. He talks to Sue Leonard about the fear caused by racial bias and misunderstanding in today’s world.
Bob Geldof declared on the Dave Fanning radio show that he is immediately going to put up some of the migrant families in his properties in England.
The Government is expected to indicate it is willing to relocate more than 2,000 refugees here as part of wider EU efforts to respond to the growing crisis, the Defence Minister said.
Good evening. Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
Just one more day till Dervla Burke, one third of popular Cork group Crystal Swing, gets married — and her mother has gone on air to reveal what she really thinks of her future son-in-law.
It was the final playlist of the man know affectionately to his friends as The Dude.
Irish broadcasting was plunged into mourning yesterday with the passing of DJ Tony Fenton, after a battle with prostate cancer.
Broadcaster Dave Fanning shares some wordly wisdom.
At heart I’m still an old hippy. I veer between cynicism and idealism.
The legendary Cork band are marking 25 years in the business with a gig at the Opera House, writes Eoin Gubbins
U2 lead singer Bono has labelled as "haters" the people who criticised the band online for the way their first album in five years was given away for free.
And Dave Fanning got to play the whole thing last night on 2fm.
U2 released their first album in five years free last night on Apple’s iTunes, as the tech giant unveiled its latest smartphones.
Louise broke the news on air with Ryan Tubridy this morning.
Voice of Ireland judge, Niall ‘Bressie’ Breslin, 33, has spoken of his sadness at the death from suicide of actor Robin Williams, 63, and has urged men with mental health problems to continue to seek help.
Less Larry — that is the upshot of yesterday’s announcement by 2FM that evergreen radio broadcaster Larry Gogan will be moving from the weekday schedules to the weekend.
Profits at the firm operated by 2FM presenter Colm Hayes last year increased by 32% to €54,716, new figures show.
Ryan Tubridy's father Dr. Pat Tubridy has passed away following a short illness.
I’ve been on radio since I was fifteen and realised that I was not going to make it as a professional footballer.
Steve Wall talks to Siobhán Cronin about celebrating 25 years of The Stunning and his role as Uncle Danny in Moone Boy
Glenda Gilson and Paul McGrath.
U2’s fifth member — manager Paul McGuinness — last night launched an exhibition of the band from when they were fresh faced teenagers — on the same day that Bono turned 52.
2FM is facing a battle to hold on to listeners after suffering further drops in audiences for its prime time programmes.
The mother of conjoined twins has told how her sons were reunited yesterday after being apart for the first time in their lives while little Hassan Benhaffaf underwent spine surgery.
OVER the last decade, the world of personal entertainment, social media and just general gadgetry has developed at something approaching a breakneck speed.
NORTHERN group Two Door Cinema Club were last night named winner of the Choice Music Prize for best Irish album of the year for Tourist History.
DUBLIN singers Imelda May and Cathy Davey are among the top acts battling it out for the Irish Album of the Year 2010.
THEY seek him here; they seek him there — an apt phrase for businessman and broadcaster, Anton Savage.
FRIENDS of Gerry Ryan have revealed their own concerns about the broadcaster’s health in the months before his death.
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THE season for pre-Christmas public wine tastings is drawing to a close with just a handful of them taking place in the coming weeks, including two on today (see below).
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