Shane Casey aka Billy Murohy from ‘The Young Offender’s’ called in for a chat about last night’s final episode of the show and the huge success of the series overall. Shane took part in our Quickfire quiz and things got deep...
Star of ‘The Wire’ Dominic West chatted to Eoghan about his new movie ‘The Square’ and his role in the new Tomb Raider movie. Eoghan could barely contain his excitment.
Actor, playwright and spoken word poet, Emmet Kirwan joined Eoghan to talk philosophy and Late at the Gate - his response to Osborne’s Look Back in Anger. Emmet also treated us to some spoken word poetry.
Chris Wasser joined us on the show to review Damo and Ivor, Tomb Raider, Peter Rabbit and Mary Magdalene. For the second time ever - a movie earned a 0 score.
Laura Whitmore popped into studio to talk about Diet Cokes " ...because you can!" She spoke to Eoghan about Modern Art, not knowing what's next and took part in our quickfire!
Mark Speaks to Eoghan about RuPauls the drama surrounding the chance of including women and members of the trans community in the show PLUS if Russias attack on UK soil deserves international condemnation, why is Trump suddenly soft?
Peter Taylor, Assistant Professor in Mathematical Sciences at DCU, remembered Stephen Hawking his time and expieriences with one of sciences brightest stars.
Comedian Adam Hill spoke to Eoghan about the upcoming St Patricks Day spectacle for Comic Relief. Adam tells Eoghan about the loss of his leg, the loss of his prosthetic leg and his show "The Last Leg". For information on the gig or who is playing
Writer Ruth Anne Cunningham joins us fresh off stage with Niall Horan at the 3Areana last night. Ruth chats to Eoghan about the gig, writing for top charting artists and even gives us a sneak preview of her upcoming song "The Vow".
Chris Wasser joined us on the show to talk all things movies. He chatted to us about Jennifer Lawrences "the Red Sparrow" and "Wonder Wheel".