Spin 1038's Steve K has become the latest interviewee on Castaway Media's 738AM Podcast, hosted by Andrew Mangan.
Website and YouTube channel "YouthTuber" has asked a bunch of Irish kids their opinion on whether radio is still cool!
Happy husband, drummer and breakfast host on Radio Nova's "Morning Glory", Marty Miller sat down to answer a few of our questions.
21 years on the radio next week... SPIN 1038's newlywed Nikki Hayes sat down to answer a few questions for RadioToday.
RTÉ 2FM's drivetime presenter is the latest radio presenter to be interviewed in the 738AM Podcast.
Radio Nova's newest on-air duo Jack & Ali have taken time out to answer a few questions on radio and life in general!
Newstalk's night-time host and Something Happens front man Tom Dunne is the fifth person - and second radio presenter - to be interviewed in the 738AM Podcast from Castaway Media.
RTÉ 2FM afternoon presenter Rick O'Shea has appeared as the guest in the first 738AM Podcast from Castaway Media.
Continuing our 25 years celebration, we hear from Atlantic 252's first PD Paul Kavanagh who looks back at the radio scene in 1989.
Taking time out from 25th birthday celebrations, UTV's Group Programme Director for Dublin Dave Kelly chats with RadioToday Editor Roy Martin.
Scott Williams was the first voice heard on Irish independent radio at Capital in Dublin. He looks back at what we've achieved in the last 25 years.
John O'Hara made his mark on Irish radio before 1989, but remembers his time fondly before leaving for a long career in radio in the UK.
Presenter Mike Moloney joins in our 25 years of independent radio celebration, with his memories of the last two and a half decades.
Michael Bermingham is a swing jock and voice-over artist. He writes for RadioToday about a recent experiment in online 'broadcasting'.
Earshot Creative's latest production podcast makes the trip from the UK to Dublin to chat with Pat Gill from FM104.
Presenter Steve Conway takes time out to answer a few questions about life, radio, the universe and everything!
Find out why Nick Karkazis likes Power Intros so much and what his biggest on-air gaff was, amongst other things!
Seven out of 10 people are listening to Limerick's Live 95, and station Chief Executive Joe Nash recalls recent highlights.
The latest radio listening figures are announced today and they'll show the latest listening trends across Ireland.
Denzil Lacey is Imaging Producer with Classic Hits 4FM in Dublin. He also looks after I.T. in the station and quite likes using Soundcloud!
Jim Sweeney's radio career began in 1988 in Las Vegas and took him across America, but his first gig in Ireland was probably his most famous one.
You may remember him as The Pizzaman from Atlantic 252. He's also been known under many other on-air names, but these days he goes under the name of Nick Jordan.
Q&A time for Claire Craig who started off as a receptionist at Newstalk 106-108 and has worked her way up, via Spin and Dublin City FM, to Newsreader on Classic Hits 4fm.
It's not known if it was a serious question or intended as a joke, but a Facebook status by Radio Kerry yesterday has been 'doing the rounds'.
Kfm Radio's Production Manager Robbie Dunbar takes his place in the RadioToday hot seat,
Radio consultant John Simons writes about how to work out what your listeners really want.
Today sees the first time Denis O'Brien's Communicorp group has made a move in the UK radio market. But what exactly has he bought?
East Coast FM's Ryan O' Neill shares his favourite part of the job and has advice for entering the industry.
I’m enjoying the kerfuffle currently going on over 2fm. My tuppence worth: I don’t think 2fm should be sold off.
Dee Woods has just celebrated three years on Nova Nights and tells RadioToday who she admires in radio and shares some advice on how to get started.