Fergal Somerville swam the North channel from Ireland to Scotland at the weekend.
Caprice popped in this morning to talk business, bras, bikinis & babies.
Novelist and presenter Danny Wallace talked to Ray his book What Not To Do (And When To Do It)
Independent TD Mick Wallace spoke to Ray about penalty points and fears that his phone may be tapped.
PJ Gallagher joined Ray for the first time as a married man!
21 year old Cristina Lucey from Kilnamartyra in Cork got in touch to see if she was the youngest landlady in Ireland.
Siobhan Freegard of Netmums talked to Ray about research into the negative image of fathers on television
Professor Ivor Browne talked to Ray about suicide, medication, happiness and his new book The Writings Of Ivor Browne.
Ruby Wax spoke to Ray about her new book 'Sane New World: Taming the Mind'.
Ray surprised Cian Lynch with the news that he'd won the competition to be Ireland mascot at the World Cup qualifier in the Aviva. Thanks to 3, proud sponsors of the team
A listener Marguerite spoke to Ray about her son and the Anthony Luckwill case.
Micheal O'Muircheartaigh joined Ray for a chat and to commentate on a very strange competition!
A listener with cancer got in touch to plead with women to get a smear test. If you have any questions you can call CervicalCheck on Freephone 1800 45 45 55
Ray chatted to Robbie Keane about tomorrow's World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands.
A listener emailed in about her faulty gene and her upcoming mastectomy.
Ray spoke to John, John and Stephen about their addiction to drugs and the road to recovery.
After Mullingar's big lotto win, Jennifer shared some cautionary tales from past winners.
Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan spoke to Ray about the Championship season and his work with Legacy Consultants.
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