Highlights from Dave Fanning's weekend radio show with interviews, newspaper reviews, movies and music. Listen live weekends at 1pm on RTÉ 2FM.
Massive Attack's Blue Lines Turns 30 with John Meagher
Massive Attack's debut album, Blue Lines had its 30th Anniversary during the week. Music Journalist, John Meagher chats to Dave about the LP that changed the electronic dance scene worldwide!
The Return of Reeling in the Years with John O Regan
Dave chats to Reeling in the Years Producer, John O Regan about the overall success of the series and the most recent decade, which starts tonight with the year of 2010 from 8.30PM on RTE One!
A Lady with 80 Pen Pals with Liz Maguire
it's hard enough keeping in touch with friends these days but imagine trying to do it with over 80 people! Dave chats to Dublin-based American, Liz Maguire who has 80 pen pals from around the world!
Bizarre Stories of the Week with Anton Savage
US restaurants face a ketchup packet shortage, a woman finds out her son's bride is her long-lost daughter on their wedding day & the face of a bank robber can't be identified because witnesses were distracted by his tie! It's Anton's stories of the week!
The Best Catholics in the World with Derek Scally
Dave chats to Author, Derek Scally about his new book, 'The Best Catholics in the World' which is an account of why the Catholic Church had a stronghold over Ireland for so long and what remains now that this relationship has ended!
The Crate Escape with Brian Robson
Were you in Australia in 1965 and did you help a homesick Welshman mail himself home in a wooden crate? Author of 'The Crate Escape', Brian Robson chats to Dave about his search for two Irish friends who helped him travel back to Wales when he couldn't afford the price of a plane ticket!
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Love catching up with this show whilst driving in to and from work. Always entertaining.
Alan Partridge Of radio
Talks all over the guests, seriously it is like the Alan Partridge character!
He never listened to any answers
Always same with him