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Will Al Porter Be Returning To Radio?

2FM boss has hinted that Al Porter may make a return to RTE radio.  Last November, comedian Al Porter decided to personally decided to take ‘time away from the spotlight’ after sex pest claims were made against him. This involved him stepping away from his position as presenter of the daily …

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Tommy Tiernans Inappropriate Alrene Foster Joke

Tommy Tiernan appeared on BBC radio during the week and it didn’t go down too well.  The Irish comedian was taking part in a comic skit on Radio Foyle Mark Patterson show where he was mimicking Arlene Foster. During the interview Tiernan said: “If she wasn’t in politics I can …

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Al Porter to host lunchtime show on Today FM

Al In The Afternoon is the new lunchtime show on Today Fm. The comedian Al Porter will be following Dermot & Dave’s show in the morning from 12 – 2:30pm. This comes after Anton Savage left the station last December due to conflict with management. Anton and TodayFM have parted …

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VINTAGE: Spike Milligan’s Irish Astronauts

A Classic sketch from the late great Spike Milligan, who is often referred to as the Godfather of British alternative comedy! Pioneered revolutionary radio comedy with the creation of The Goon Show and went on to be a major influence on Monty Python’s Flying Circus with his innovative “Q” series. …

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WATCH – Who are Foil, Arms and Hog?

Sketch group Foil, Arms and Hog were the most watched Irish comedy act of 2016. We sat down with  after their performance for RTÉ Radio’s Comedy Showhouse. Hear how they prepped for the live radio show, their favourite radio shows and how they got their name! After that tune into our PODCAST …

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WATCH: Colm O’Regan’s Mammyology!

Recent PPI Best Comedy Award winner for Ireland’s radio festival Comedy Showhouse,  Colm O’Regan wants a word’  teamed up with RTE 2’s Republic of Telly! To present his findings in the field of MAMMYOLOGY, which laughs in the face of conventional science, this sketch featured Ireland’s most-loved Mammy, Biddy from Glenroe, aka …

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