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Dublin: 11 °C Wednesday 16 April, 2014


# interview - Today’s News

‘Bring on the Rocket’ – Ken Doherty ready to take on snooker’s best at the Crucible again

The Dubliner qualified for the World Snooker Championships.

# interview - Monday 14 April, 2014

‘He’s almost got eyes on the back of his head’ – Schmidt pushing Bowe to next level

The Ulster wing has hit the 30 mark, but insists there is always scope for improvement amidst the competition out wide.

# interview - Sunday 13 April, 2014

The Irishman set to lead his team out in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley today

Michael Doyle chats to us about battling for promotion, representing Ireland and captaining Sheffield United in this afternoon’s big game.

# interview - Thursday 10 April, 2014

Luke Marshall eyes silverware as the lining to ease Heineken Cup heartbreak

The Ulster centre talks us through his ‘interesting’ time as a winger and how he took his mind off the Heineken Cup exit.

# interview - Monday 7 April, 2014

From “I can walk out of this studio this minute if you wish”: Duncan Stewart demands more airtime Election 2014

“I can walk out of this studio this minute if you wish”: Duncan Stewart demands more airtime

“Anyone listening to this please email me. Please email me.”

# interview - Sunday 6 April, 2014

The Irish martial artist who’s just won four gold medals at the Wushu Championships in China

Adrian Kearns chats to about his phenomenal recent achievements.

Irish athletics star Fionnuala Britton on getting stung buying chocolate in her local shops

The two-time European cross country champion is hoping to win the Great Ireland Run at The Phoenix Park today.

# interview - Saturday 5 April, 2014

Bit by bit Bowe and Ulster in better place to beat Saracens

12 months on from their last meeting in Twickenham, the northern province welcome the Premiership leaders for a special night in Ravenhill.

# interview - Friday 4 April, 2014

Sonia O’Sullivan: ‘People are out there killing themselves and not getting any acknowledgement for it’

The former world champion and Olympic silver medallist feels Ireland’s athletes could do with more support.

# interview - Thursday 3 April, 2014

Joey Barton says Wayne Rooney is NOT world class

However, he says the Man United striker is “the epitome of a class Englishman”.

# interview - Wednesday 2 April, 2014

Daydream to reality: Trimble at top of his game and determined to stay there

The winger has moved from international outsider to match-winner during the course of this season.

Mark McCall: All the pressure on Ulster ahead of Saracens Heineken Cup showdown

The director of rugby says there’ll be no room for sentiment as he faces his old team on Saturday.

# interview - Sunday 30 March, 2014

The Irishman competing in the Spartan Death Race to inspire his son

Rory O’Grady is preparing for an event that is likely to last over 70 hours and which only 10% of the elite athletes competing successfully finish.

‘I was willing to do anything to get that UFC contract’ – Pendred set for reality TV show

The highly-regarded MMA fighter has been named as one of the contestants on ‘The Ultimate Fighter’, which will air in April.

McKeon: Connacht ready to go it alone as Heineken Cup dream looms large

The back row forward believes the westerners have what it takes to defeat Scarlets in Wales today.

# interview - Saturday 29 March, 2014

‘We’re to blame’ as Mourinho gives up on title

The Chelsea manager has spent most of the campaign insisting his players are too inexperienced to be regarded as serious contenders.

Interview: The Irishwoman set to be part of the first all-female four to row across the Pacific Ocean

Aoife Ní Mhaoileoin, a doctor from Dublin, is preparing to undertake an intensive 2,400 mile-journey from California to Hawaii.

# interview - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge Here’s Gay Byrne interviewing Kate Bush in 1978 This Woman's Work

Here’s Gay Byrne interviewing Kate Bush in 1978

The singer had just released Wuthering Heights, at the tender age of 19.

‘When I arrived, the majority of the Ireland squad was Munster based’ – Doug Howlett

The New Zealand rugby legend as much satisfaction from seeing Keith Earls in the Munster 14 jersey as he ever got from playing there himself.

# interview - Sunday 23 March, 2014 chats to Football Weekly about Brendan Rodgers, MONKeano and other podcasts

Also up for discussion, Gary Neville’s flawed punditry, Dortmund’s romantic legacy and how this year’s Champions League will pan out.

# interview - Saturday 22 March, 2014 chats to Football Weekly about Twitter trolls and why United would have been better off with Mourinho

Other discussion topics included Kenny Dalglish’s sacking, ex-pros versus journalists as analysts and what makes the podcast successful.

From Labour European elections candidate: ‘The EU isn’t a retirement ground’ Election 2014

Labour European elections candidate: ‘The EU isn’t a retirement ground’

Lorraine Higgins is running in the Midlands North-West elections for the EU Parliament.

# interview - Monday 17 March, 2014

‘We could have won a lot easier than that,’ admits relieved Irish cricket coach Phil Simmons

“It’s a great start, but there are three games in the group and we know how dangerous UAE can be,” he added.

# interview - Saturday 15 March, 2014

‘I prefer not to comment’ – Jose Mourinho was not happy after Chelsea lost to Aston Villa

“If I speak I am big trouble,” the coach told Sky, before saying plenty.

From The Daily Edge 10 most awkward moments from last night’s Late Late Show interview Gorillas In The Mist

10 most awkward moments from last night’s Late Late Show interview

Ryan Tubridy, outfits and horse racing don’t mix.

# interview - Friday 14 March, 2014

Jose Mourinho rejects Yaya Toure criticism

The midfielder claimed the Chelsea manager lacked respect for his rivals.

# interview - Thursday 13 March, 2014

Vexed van Persie dismisses rumours of Manchester United move or Moyes rift

“I’m the only one who knows exactly what I’m feeling and that is not what I or the fans have been reading,” said RVP.

# interview - Tuesday 11 March, 2014

Les Kiss: ‘There is a perception that France are dishevelled and in chaos’

Ireland’s assistant coach has dismissed the notion that Ireland will be able to easily box in France’s main attacking threats.

‘Out goes the sledgehammer, in comes the vice’ – Ross ready to put squeeze on France

The tight-head prop recalled a European Cup at Stade de France that featured can-can girls and a jousting tournament.

# interview - Monday 10 March, 2014

VIDEO: Bayern star Kroos refuses to rule out Manchester United move

The German star has been consistently linked with a move to the Premier League.

The pressure’s on Neymar at World Cup – Pele

The Brazilian legend is worried about the striker, who is carrying a nation’s hopes into the tournament

# interview - Sunday 9 March, 2014

Ever hear the story of the 74-year-old Irishman who’s cost the bookmakers millions? chats to Nick Townsend, close associate of Barney Curley and author of a new book on the professional gambler.

From “The whole thing really started before Marie died..”: Right-to-die campaigner Tom Curran on his Wicklow council bid Sunday Interview

“The whole thing really started before Marie died..”: Right-to-die campaigner Tom Curran on his Wicklow council bid

The partner of Marie Fleming, whose court battle ignited a national campaign on right-to-die issues, is running in the the local elections this May.

# interview - Saturday 8 March, 2014

‘Character and class can take you a long way’ – Schmidt praises departing O’Driscoll

“No one left the stadium [at the end]. There was fantastic applause for a man who massively deserves it.”

Iain Henderson breaking the mould as Ireland bid to break Italian spirit

The versatile forward is respectful, but confident of taking on all comers for the role of blindside with Ulster and Ireland

# interview - Thursday 6 March, 2014

Foley: ‘If you don’t have the core skills, there’s no point in having an overall philosophy’

The Munster head coach-to-be discusses his coaching beliefs and the challenges that await.

# interview - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

From “F**cked and brainwashed by the EU.” – Former Russian adviser’s view on Ireland Harsh Words

“F**cked and brainwashed by the EU.” – Former Russian adviser’s view on Ireland

Don’t worry, Alexander Nekrassov still thinks we’re “great people”.

# interview - Tuesday 4 March, 2014

Kerry’s rugby flag flying high as Siobhán Fleming and JJ Hanrahan make their mark

The Ireland Women’s flanker is from the same village as Moss Keane, Mick Galwey and Munster’s latest out-half star.

# interview - Monday 3 March, 2014

Keith Fahey ‘embarrassed’ by talk of Ireland call-up

The former Premier League midfielder was on target as Pat’s beat Sligo yesterday.

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