The last Late Late Show of the season takes places tonight on RTÉ One at the usual time of 21.35. Ryan Tubridy will host a variety of guests along with a special tribute to Bill O’Herlihy, who passed away unexpectedly earlier this week.
We hear about:
* Knowing when it’s time to quit your journalism job.
* The business model in journalism – if you don’t understand it or are refusing to, then perhaps it’s time to pack it in.
It’s all in a name…”The Times Ireland” gets a new title following a dispute between UK publisher Times Newspaper Ltd. and The Irish Times Ltd. The UK publisher has ensured it will not use the title “The Times Ireland” for their new online newspaper when it is rolled out to an Irish audience in the coming months.
Tonight at 7pm in Tallaght Theatre 98FM’s #Bestof Dublin awards take place for the second year running following it’s birth last year.
Voting had reached well over 300,000 before polls closed on Friday 18th May. For those of you who have never heard about this event, it is and does exactly what it says on the tin,- an event which recognises the best of what Dublin has to offer by letting the people decide. It gives us the opportunity to give recognition to the people in our city that make our lives here all the more pleasant. From buskers on Grafton Street to our local coffee shop who deal with our sleepy selves first thing in the morning, the awards are about giving recognition to the people that make this city what it is in our ordinary lives.
On June 10th 2015 Tubridy will be hosting one of a number of outdoor broadcasts. The show will be broadcasted from The Square, Dunfanaghy. The series of outdoor broadcasts will have Ryan Tubridy focusing on the tourism route along the west coast.
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