RTÉ has confirmed Ryan Tubridy is off work at the moment due to having tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19.
RTÉ Radio 1 presenter Ryan Tubridy was the highest paid presenter at the organisation in 2016, according to the latest published figures.
The Ryan Tubridy Show will take to the high seas next week as Ryan returns to the Wild Atlantic Way with Fáilte Ireland.
Ryan Tubridy remained the highest paid presenter at RTÉ in 2015, according to new figures published by the broadcaster today.
Ryan Tubridy will cover for Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2 for the next two weeks.
RTÉ has confirmed that Ryan Tubridy will join Radio 1 to present a new nine o’clock morning programme.
Confirming that he's only on fill-in duties, Brendan O'Connor has hinted that Ryan Tubridy may return full time to Radio 1's 9am slot.
Louise McSharry will return to her evening show at 2fm on Sunday 19th April after being declared cancer-free.
The chairman of the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, John Purcell, has slammed national broadcaster RTÉ's use of public money to subsidise…
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Ryan Tubridy is heading back to the BBC in the summer to cover another three week stint at BBC Radio 2.
RTÉ 2fm presenter Ryan Tubridy has apologised for making a comment about a philippines slave warming his seat for him.
RTÉ 2fm weekend presenter Jenny Greene is to cover mornings on 2fm later this month, sitting in for Ryan Tubridy and Colm Hayes during half term.
There's a break from the man-heavy daytime schedule on 2fm for a couple of weeks as Ruth Scott co-hosts breakfast this week and Louise McSharry…
New 2fm boss Dan Healy has said the station is to focus on content rather than personalities, and that the Westlife singer won't be returning.
After three years on-air Ryan's Tubridy's show remains unsponsored but finding an appropriate partner is top priority for RTE.
A single complaint made about Ryan Tubridy's show on RTÉ 2FM which talked about sex toys has been resolved by the BAI.
As Ryan Tubridy covers Simon Mayo's drivetime show at BBC Radio 2, Bachelor's Walk star Simon Delaney takes over the weekday morning show.
RTÉ has revealed Ryan Tubridy is the highest paid presenter, billing €495,000 a year for his daily radio show and Late Late Show.