Conversations with eamon dunphy

Conversations with Eamon Dunphy
Genre Talk
Running time 50 minutes
Country  Ireland
Language(s) English
Home station RTÉ Radio 1
Host(s) Eamon Dunphy
Producer(s) Sarah Binchy
Recording studio Donnybrook, Dublin
Air dates September 30, 2006 to June 30, 2009
Website www.rte.ie/radio1/eamondunphy/
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Conversations with Eamon Dunphy was an Irish radio programme, on which Eamon Dunphy interviewed various celebrities. It aired on Saturdays on RTÉ Radio 1.

On July 7, 2009, Dunphy announced he would cease presenting his programme, to concentrate on sport.[1][2]

Format

After news and paper reviews, Eamon Dunphy presented Conversations with Eamon Dunphy on RTÉ Radio 1 from 09:10. The programme was divided into three parts, each separated by a commercial break. Many high-profile guests have appeared on the programme. There is one guest every week. Typically the guest discussed their life and career. They were asked to request three pieces of music during the programme.[3] The programme is pre-recorded.[4]

History

Series 1

Notable guests from series 1 were: Seán Óg Ó hAilpín, Maeve Binchy, Anne Robinson, Gay Byrne, Michael O'Leary and Sebastian Barry.[5]

Date Guest Link
30 September 2006 Noel Pearson [6]
7 October 2006 Seán Óg Ó hAilpín [7]
14 October 2006 Gillian Bowler [8]
21 October 2006 Ger Colleran [9]
28 October 2006 Maeve Binchy [10]
4 November 2006 Anne Robinson [11]
11 November 2006 Richard Corrigan [12]
18 November 2006 Alan Dukes [5]
25 November 2006 Bill Whelan [13]
2 December 2006 Anna Nolan [14]
9 December 2006 Eddie Macken [15]
16 December 2006 Harry Crosbie [16]
23 December 2006 Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh [17]
30 December 2006 Robert Ballagh [18]
6 January 2007 Máire Geoghegan-Quinn [19]
13 January 2007 Mary Kenny [20]
20 January 2007 Fr. Peter McVerry [21]
27 January 2007 Lord Henry Mountcharles [22]
3 February 2007 John Ryan [23]
10 February 2007 Michael O'Leary [24]
17 February 2007 Niamh Brennan [25]
24 February 2007 Gay Byrne [26]
3 March 2007 Patricia Casey [27]
10 March 2007 Ted Walsh [28]
17 March 2007 Lara Marlowe [29]
24 March 2007 Maurice Nelligan [30]
31 March 2007 Stephen Rea [31]
7 April 2007 Mick O'Dwyer [32]
14 April 2007 Dickie Rock [33]
21 April 2007 John Lonergan [34]
28 April 2007 Mick Wallace [35]
5 May 2007 John Waters [36]
12 May 2007 Brenda Fricker [37]
19 May 2007 Sebastian Barry [38]
2 June 2007 Nuala O'Loan [39]
9 June 2007 Anne Madden [40]
16 June 2007 Ivan Yates [41]
23 June 2007 Geraldine Kennedy [42]
30 June 2007 Noelle Campbell-Sharp [43]

Series 2

Notable guests from series 2 were: Dana Rosemary Scallon, Shane Ross, Martin McGuinness, Samantha Power, Sinéad O'Connor and Declan Ganley.[44]

Date Guest Link
8 September 2007 Pat Rabbitte [45]
15 September 2007 Liam Clancy [46]
22 September 2007 Edna O'Brien [47]
29 September 2007 Adele King [48]
6 October 2007 Nickey Brennan [49]
13 October 2007 Michael Colgan [50]
20 October 2007 Lainey Keogh [51]
27 October 2007 Sammy Leslie [52]
3 November 2007 Dana Rosemary Scallon [53]
10 November 2007 Brendan Gleeson [54]
17 November 2007 John Crown [55]
24 November 2007 David McWilliams [56]
1 December 2007 Brendan Balfe [57]
8 December 2007 PJ Mara [58]
15 December 2007 Tommy Tiernan [59]
22 December 2007 Colm Tóibín [60]
25 December 2007 Conor O'Clery [61]
29 December 2007 Dr Robert Gallo [62]
5 January 2008 John Kelleher [63]
12 January 2008 Maria Doyle Kennedy [64]
19 January 2008 Chuck Feeney [65]
26 January 2008 Shane Ross [66]
2 February 2008 Harry Gregg [67]
9 February 2008 Bill O'Herlihy [68]
16 February 2008 Charlie McCreevy [69]
23 February 2008 Martin McGuinness [70]
1 March 2008 Patrick Guilbaud [71]
8 March 2008 Mary Black [72]
15 March 2008 Jeananne Crowley [73]
22 March 2008 Fiach Mac Conghail [74]
29 March 2008 Graeme Souness [75]
5 April 2008 Robert Fisk [76]
12 April 2008 Alan Gilsenan [77]
19 April 2008 Alice Leahy [78]
26 April 2008 Eddie O'Sullivan [79]
3 May 2008 Samantha Power [80]
10 May 2008 Sinéad O'Connor [81]
17 May 2008 Mandy Johnston [82]
24 May 2008 Garry Hynes [83]
31 May 2008 Geoffrey Wheatcroft [84]
7 June 2008 Miriam O'Callaghan [85]
14 June 2008 Declan Ganley [86]
21 June 2008 Gabriel Byrne [87]
28 June 2008 Eamonn McCann [88]
5 July 2008 Marian Keyes [89]

Series 3

Notable guests from series 3 were: Louis Walsh, Sonia O'Sullivan, Mary Coughlan and Neil Jordan.[90]

Date Guest Link
13 September 2008 Pat Hickey [91]
20 September 2008 Richard Boyd Barrett [92]
27 September 2008 Phil Coulter [93]
4 October 2008 Louis Walsh [94]
11 October 2008 Eddie Hobbs [95]
18 October 2008 Niall Tóibín [96]
25 October 2008 Tom Keane [97]
1 November 2008 Bruce Morrison [98]
8 November 2008 Brendan Bowyer [99]
15 November 2008 Sonia O'Sullivan [100]
22 November 2008 Jessica Harrington [101]
29 November 2008 Paddy Kelly [102]
6 December 2008 Bill Cullen [103]
13 December 2008 Brendan Walsh [104]
20 December 2008 Mick Fitzgerald [105]
27 December 2008 Noel V Ginnity [106]
3 January 2009 Niall O'Dowd [107]
10 January 2009 Dylan McGrath [108]
17 January 2009 Tomi Reichental [109]
24 January 2009 Ed Walsh [110]
31 January 2009 Mary Coughlan [111]
7 February 2009 Izabela Chudzicka [112]
14 February 2009 Paul Mooney [113]
21 February 2009 Liam Cunningham [114]
28 February 2009 John Montague [115]
7 March 2009 Des Bishop [116]
14 March 2009 Paddy Cole [117]
21 March 2009 Mike Soden [118]
28 March 2009 Anne Anderson [119]
4 April 2009 Gene Kerrigan [120]
11 April 2009 Caroline Casey [121]
18 April 2009 Dessie Hynes [122]
25 April 2009 Neil Jordan [123]
2 May 2009 John O'Conor
9 May 2009 Tim Severin
16 May 2009 Roy Brindley
23 May 2009 Johnny Murtagh
30 May 2009 Mick Lally
6 June 2009 Billy Gaff
13 June 2009 Felipe Contepomi

References

External links

  • Official Site
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