‘I was on the phone to my girlfriend, walking towards the taxi rank. A don’t remember anything after that until I woke up in Tallaght hospital.’

As heard on liveline

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Unfortunately, it is a story that is all too familiar on our streets, the story of a completed unprovoked, arbitrary assault by an anonymous attacker on a random passerby. The random passerby was, in this case, 2FM’s Eoghan McDemott, the attack gratuitous and senseless, the attacker anonymous and, as yet, unknown. “I was leaving a pub, I left by myself. …

Enda O’Coineen‘Two years of effort. It’s been a dream, it’s been shattered…. My ambition was to be the first Irishman to sail single-handedly across the world.’

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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English mountaineer George Mallory, who rose to fame nearly 100 years ago with his attempts to conquer Mount Everest, was famously credited with a three-word quotation which, it could be said, speaks for anybody who’s driven by a desire to overcome the greatest challenges in what could be termed “extreme adventure”. “Why do you want to climb Mount Everest?”, was …

Alison O'Connor‘I personally would rather eat the bowl of Shamrock than hand it to President Trump.’

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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You’ve got to hand it to the team at Today with Sean O’Rourke, they really know how to pick panellists with an ear for the great political soundbite. That particular headline gem came from journalist, Alison O’Connor, who joined fellow politicos Niamh Lyons and Fionnan Sheahan, along with DCU’s Professor Gary Murphy, to take a look at what’s in store …

‘Week one they might come out like beached whales on the floor… But I will help them, hopefully give them some guidance.’

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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The Christmas trees will probably be coming down across the country this week. The post-indulgence recovery begins following New Year celebrations. But as we all know, the real cultural highlight of the winter season is still ahead of us. The one you’ve all been looking forward to. Dancing with the Stars, hitting your screens at 6.30pm, next Sunday, January 8th, …