Mark Stern from Slate Magazine in the US talked to us about the ongoing Harvey Weinstein controversy and Eminem's rap about the Donald Trump.
Rosanna Davison was on the show today, promoting the 'More Than Makeup' fundraising event, which takes place in The Morrison Hotel on Thursday 12th of October. She also chatted to us about the influencer craze and her appearance in Playboy Magazine.
Jo McNally joined us to talk about her show Bite Me, a dark comedy which focuses on her struggles with an eating disorder in the past. See the full list of dates and venues here.
Today was one of the biggest events in the political calendar... the announcement of the Budget for the coming year. Most of what was contained in today’s Budget was already hinted at the past few days and weeks, but now that Minister Paschal
John from Little Hours joined Eoghan live in Brown Thomas for a chat and he performed his new single ‘Later On’ and a cover of ‘Learning to Fly’ by Tom Petty.
Eoghan was live from Brown Thomas today, in association with World Mental Health Day, which takes place tomorrow. Former Mr Ireland and Lotto presenter, Kamal Ibrahim joined us to talk to us about his powerful new mental health short movie ‘If
Tebi Rex are an alternative hip hop duo from Kildare, who are currently making waves in the music industry. The talented pair joined Eoghan in Studio 8 for a chat and they they performed their new single 'She Hated Love Songs II' with Elkin.
Eoghan was joined by two of Ireland’s hottest farmers today. Jamie Grannell and Seamus Carroll are two of the many farmers that feature in the Irish Farmer calendar for 2018. The 2018 calendar features hunks of agricultural charm from Cork,
Mark Stern from Slate Magazine in the US, joined us on the show today, to discuss the aftermath of the tragic shootings in Las Vegas earlier this week.
Are you going to the cinema this week but don't know what to see? Chris Wasser joined Eoghan today, to chat about 'Blade Runner 2049', which opens in Irish cinemas tomorrow.