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Your working day is always better with a bit of craic in it, and Dermot and Dave are your guaranteed beam of daily light relief. They're always up for a laugh, mad for mad stories, and only too happy to slag themselves off as well - no sacred cows here. Guaranteed to leave you smiling all afternoon..

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So What Do You Make Of The I'm A Celebrity...2019 Line-Up?

So What Do You Make Of The I'm A Celebrity...2019 Line-Up?

That feeling when I'm a Celeb is back on our screens...   It seems like only yesterday that 'Arry Redknapp adorned the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! crown (it was actually last December), and now, the new recruits have been named: It's time to meet our 2019 Campmates! ⭐ They won't be looking this glam for [email protected] return with these shiny new Celebs, Sunday at 9pm on @ITV and @weareSTV #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/riQFEeohRF — I'm A Celebrity... (@imacelebrity) November 11, 2019 I've missed Kiosk Kev, the bushtucker trials, but most of all...Ant & Dec, who are again reunited after Holly Willoughby filling in for Ant last time round. Here's the line-up: Soap star Jacqueline Jossa   TV personality & retired Olympian Caitlyn Jenner   Former Rugby Union player James Haskell   Pundit & ex-footballer Ian Wright   Capital FM DJ Roman Kemp   Former Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle   BBC Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts   Rak Su singer Myles Stephenson   Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway And last, but certainly not least, flying the Irish flag is comedian Andrew Maxwell: "The idea of creatures entering me - and then it's you and them forever - is terrifying!" Note to self: get Medic Bob on standby with tweezers for Andrew. Watch his full interview on the #ImACeleb app. pic.twitter.com/0D77ipGmpb — I'm A Celebrity... (@imacelebrity) November 12, 2019 The new series swings into action this Sunday, November 17th @9pm on ITV and Virgin Media One, and you can expect a few more surprise celebs to enter along the way. Check out Dermot and Dave discussing the 2019 line-up by pressing the play button on screen.   

8 mins

12 November Finished

Dave's World - Bad Joke Tuesday

Dave's World - Bad Joke Tuesday

He saves the best til last On Tuesdays, Dave teams up with our listeners to bring you some of the best (and worst) jokes you'll have heard in a while. In fairness, there are some crackers in here, but we'll let ye be the judge of that. Check out the fun in full by pressing the play button on screen.  

4 mins

12 November Finished

Check Out This New Irish App That Hikers Will Love

Check Out This New Irish App That Hikers Will Love

Your personal toolkit for multi-day hiking trails, GPS and offline maps Hiking is one of the fastest growing outdoor activities, yet many of us still haven't gotten in on the trend. One of the main reasons (bar the unpredictable Irish weather) is the hassle of it all. "What trial should I do?","How long will it take?" and "What if we get stranded along the way?" are the kind of questions people asks themselves. Well fret no more my outdoor-loving friend, Hiiker is here. Hiiker is a new Irish app that helps users discover amazing multi-day hiking adventures worldwide: Founded by web developer Paul Finlay, this is a new way to plot epic hiking trips, even if you're offline. Paul chats to Dermot and Dave about the benefits of hiking and why his app makes trekking a walk in the park.   View this post on Instagram   Slightly off the Motatapu Track on the South Island, New Zealand, stands Roy's Peak. From the summit, you will be treated to some incredible views of Lake Wanaka. The trail is a winding one in thick grass until you get to the ridge nearing the top. ⠀ #tramping #hiking #trailthursday #newzealand #hikenz #adventure #lovehiking #outdoors #outdoorphotography A post shared by Hiiker (@hiiker_) on Nov 7, 2019 at 5:36am PST Hiiker is available on the AppStore and PlayStore. Check out the chat in full by pressing the play button on screen.     

8 mins

12 November Finished

Seán's Telly - What To Watch This Week

Seán's Telly - What To Watch This Week

The best of the box Lads...it's frickin' freezing out there, so the best thing to do is curl up on the couch, wrap yourself in a blankie and get that remote in your hand. Dermot and Dave's Seán Reidy has picked out this week's highlights: The Young Offenders - Tonight (Monday) @9:30pm on RTÉ 2 Conor and Jock are back in the highly anticipated second series of Cork's finest: Jocks about to become a dad 👶🏻 But has he got what it takes?! #TheYoungOffenders returns Monday 9.30pm pic.twitter.com/f50bx2Wrtu — RTÉ2 (@RTE2) November 10, 2019   Straight Talking - Tuesday @9pm on Sky One Fans of SAS: Who Dares Wins are gonna be licking their chops at Ant Middleton's new series. Ex-Special Forces soldier Ant takes various celebrities on a journey they will never forget. First up is former 1D-er, Liam Payne: What an adventure, you don't want to miss this one! 💪🏻👊🏻#StraightTalking with Ant Middleton and @LiamPayne. Landing next Tuesday 12th November at 9pm on @SkyOne 🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/czatA6A6sv — Anthony Middleton (@antmiddleton) November 6, 2019   Maradona In Mexico - Available on Netflix from Wednesday In this docuseries, soccer great Diego Maradona comes to Culiacán, the heart of the Sinaloa Cartel, to save the local team, the Dorados, and maybe himself, too. The "hand of God" strikes again. Check out the trailer here. Movies of the Week If you're looking for something fun to get you in the festive spirit (not that we need much), then this might just do the trick: Let It Snow - Netflix When a snowstorm hits a small town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors finds their friendships and love lives unexpectedly colliding:   If you're looking for something with a little bit more bite, Seán highly rates this film: SPOTLIGHT- Netflix Spotlight tells the riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe investigation that would rock the city and cause a crisis in one of the world’s oldest and most trusted institutions: Catch Seán's recommendations in full by pressing the play button on screen.   

8 mins

11 November Finished

Why It's So Important To Recognise The Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety

Why It's So Important To Recognise The Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety

It's more than just a mental state of mind No matter how strong a person is, we all experience varying strains of anxiety in our lives. It's an uncomfortable sensation that in more serious cases can be extremely debilitating. It usually manifests when a person has too much going on at the one time. The mind becomes muddled causing worry and unease - emotions that can also become physically evident. Speaking on Dermot and Dave's Mind Yourself Now, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist explains this connection and how to recognise it; what we've to remember is just how this works on a neurobiological level and when we know that we're in such a strong position Fiona says this is "an evolutionary part of human beings and our bodies may react in a way we don't understand". Warning signs include: Tightness in the chest Struggling to breathe Sweating Blushing Headaches/Dizziness Muscle tension Digestive issues Insomnia She continues by explaining how Dr. Stephen Porges' Polyvagal Theory has revealed a "calmness lever" that people can activate to relieve these pressures. It's all to do with the vagus nerve and our gut feelings. For more information, you can check out, and contact Fiona on her website www.thepositivehabit.com  Check out the chat in full by pressing the play button on screen.  

9 mins

11 November Finished

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