Tiedot Dave Moore
It's a time capsule of a time in Ireland's culture, and it's back for another run. 'Dublin Oldschool' follows two brothers who are on different paths who reconnect and discover they're more alike than they realised. Emmet Kirwan is the man behind the show and he joined Dave to chat about the play, how his life has changed in the 10 years since the show was first released and the new skill he's trying to pick up!
Billie Murray in Gorey is only too delighted to see Ireland celebrating 'National Tree Week', but are there weeks that we should be celebrating? From milk to thrash metal, heatwaves to lockdowns, we heard about the National Week Ireland needs.
He was an iconic resident of the most famous square in London, but could Beppe DiMarco be pulling up a stool at The Queen Vic again? Michael Grecco is coming to Dublin as one of the stars of Twelve Angry Men in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre from 16th-20th April and he joined Dave to chat Eastenders, playing poker in Dublin and how his love for a very popular word game.
We're getting into the nitty gritty of Dancing With The Stars as the dreaded dance off begins and we come closer to seeing who will lift the Glitter Ball trophy. With only a handful of dancers left, head judge Loraine Barry herself has no idea who might be victorious. Loraine spoke to Dave about growing up in Cabra, dancing at Checkpoint Charlie and the week that could change everything.
We all have small, little, dull things that bring us huge amounts of joy, and there's no shame in that. After discovering that Dave gets joy from counting every step he takes, we heard about the small things that bring a smile to our faces.