Ryan Reynold's Irish Name Struggles, And Leo For Eurovision!2 February - 46 mins
With Friday only around the corner it was a high energy morning on the breakfast show with Ray and JP covering for Ian!
Ryan Reynolds seems to have had a nightmare pronouncing one popular Irish name, resulting in a hilarious video that seemed to hit home with a few of our listeners...
And it's nearly time to choose who will be representing Ireland in Eurovision 2023. Mario had a suggestion for a unique double act on this morning's Gift Grub!
Daylight Savings, And Guess Who's Back?
There's been a lot of moaning going on about daylight savings, which is happening this weekend. The bad news is we are all losing an hour of sleep, the good news is we're about to get a grand auld stretch in the evenings! But when exactly is it happening, and is it actually the beginning of summer? JP seems to think so! And DJ Jayo is back from his holidays in Ibiza! He came in with all of his usual high energy madness to perfectly kick off your weekend! Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
24 March Finished
A Eurovision Legend, And Our First Robot Colleague
On today's show, An all-staff email was sent around TodayFM this morning announcing a brand new 'audio AI' named Rayo. Naturally, Ray was paranoid that he could soon lose his job to a robot, so he has concluded that if he can sound more like a robot on air, he might be ok! The results were questionable... And we were joined on the show by Eurovision legend Linda Martin! She chatted to us about the opening of her new sanctuary for stray dogs, The Dublin Dog Hub. Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
23 March Finished
Fully Grown Gleeks, And A Chat With A Saw Doctor
On today's show, Remember Glee? Well Ray is a self-confessed and fully grown 'gleek' (that just means fan, by the way). We had a good reminisce on some of the show's best musical numbers and even spoke to 'super-gleek' Ciara, who even wears a Glee nightgown to bed! And Irish band The Saw Doctors are playing a huge homecoming gig in Tuam, Co. Galway in August! We spoke to guitarist Leo Moran all about the gig and how the band are doing today. Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
22 March Finished
Elbow Moisturiser, And TV Throwbacks
On today's show, Ray told us all about his skincare routine... for his elbow! This (somehow) led to a conversation about funny noises you can make with parts of your body, and it turns out there are loads! And Ray has managed to connect a new Irish football program for girls to a classic kid's TV show. We spoke to Irish international Áine O'Gorman about the Aviva Soccer Sisters Easter Program. Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
21 March Finished
Vintage Segments And Geography Lessons
Today we revived a classic Ray Foley Show segment from back in the day, where we gave you the biggest and best in funny entertainment stories... in our own unique way of course! We chatted with a woman who has named her newborn baby after a character from The Last of Us! And there's been a lot of debate lately about which county the town of Ballinasloe is in. We may have settled it once and for all on today's show! Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
20 March Finished
Bring Your Kids To Work Day, And The Battle For The Top Job
It might be a Thursday, but there's an awful lot of Friday energy about the place as we gear up for a la-la-la-la-la-la-long weekend! Ray's kids were off school today, so we gained two new co-hosts. Throughout the show we had multiple requests to hire the Foley boys full time due to their unmatched on-air charisma! And there's been huge news for the media industry today with Ryan Tubridy announcing his departure from The Late Late Show. Who will take his place? Our resident TV and streaming expert Ciara King joined us to discuss this, as well as updating us on the latest shows for you to get stuck into! Listen to the entire show by pressing the 'Play' button on this page.
16 March Finished