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The Full Irish

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The Full Irish

The Full Irish was a radio breakfast show on RTÉ 2fm. It ran for three years from 2002 - 2005 and was on air from 7 - 9 am. Ryan Tubridy presented, though he wasn't the only voice to be heard. Shane O'Donoghue read out the leading news in sport and Avril Hoare read out the news. The "holy moley mug" was the main prize given out in competitions. It was always a light hearted show which discussed random topics.

The Full Irish began on Monday 18 March 2002 as an attempt by RTÉ to halt the haemorrhaging of listeners who were desserting Damien McCaul's breakfast show.[1][2]

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Preceded by
Damien McCaul
RTÉ 2fm's breakfast show
2000s
Succeeded by
The Rick & Ruth Breakfast Show

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