Our movie buff, Chris Wasser joined us on the show today to discuss the new Paddington movie and sequels that managed to surpass their acclaimed predecessors.
Conor Murray joined us to chat about Vodafone's 'Who We Are Is How We Play' campaign, his rugby career and he cleared up those rumours about Montana from Love Island. Listen to the full interview here.
Mark Stern from Slate Magazine joined us on the show today to tell us what’s going on State side. He talked about Taylor Swift suing a blogger who compared her to Hitler, Virginia electing its first transgender person to state legislature and the
We were joined on the show by social media superstar, Paddy Smyth, who is an ambassador for the Irish Wheelchair Associations ‘Angels’ campaign, which is working to raise funds to provide essential services to wheelchair users.
Eoghan was live from the UCD Blood Drive today, promoting the importance of giving blood. Until yesterday, Eoghan had never given blood before, so he went up to the blood bank and recorded his experience. You can listen to Eoghan donating blood
RTÉ's Washington Correspondent, Caitriona Perry joined us on the show today to talk about her bizarre encounter with Donald Trump and her new book 'In America: Tales From Trump Country'.
Mark Stern from Slate Magazine joined us on the show today to talk about the tragic terror attack in New York yesterday and the controversies surrounding Kevin Spacey.
The amazing Macklemore was live on 2FM today, with Eoghan McDermott. If you listen to Eoghans show, then you'll know he's Macklemore's biggest fan, so needless to say we were all pretty excited about this!! The pair chatted about everything from
Singer Jerry Williams joined us in studio for a chat and performed her new single 'Mother', which has over 5 million Spotify streams. If you like what you hear, you can catch Jerry at the Ruby Sessions in Dublin tonight, Monroe’s Solo in Galway
Yorgos Lanthimos’ highly anticipated The Killing of A Sacred Deer' will be released in cinemas on November 3rd. We caught up with Dublin actor, Barry Keoghan, who stars in the movie alongside Colin Farrell & Nicole Kidman.