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# Gerry Ryan

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Gerry Ryan’s voice returns to 2FM this morning for hour-long special
The show will air from 9am to 10am this morning.
Check out the letter Gerry Ryan sent to Ian Dempsey on his first day at RTÉ
In case you missed it yesterday…
Here's the note Gerry Ryan sent Ian Dempsey on his first day at RTÉ in 1980
“Just a little note…”
'Political interference' stopped Revenue probe into Ansbacher 'black briefcase': Whistleblower
Allegations of a major cover-up are spreading from politicians to government officials.
Mary Harney denies shutting down offshore accounts inquiry
Several former TDs and ministers have strenuously denied any wrongdoing, after Mary Lou McDonald read out their names in the Dáil today.
Can the PAC interview a whistleblower who says former politicians dodged tax?
The Public Accounts Committee is to seek further legal advice.
Mary Lou claims PDs implicated in tax evasion dossier as PAC told it can't investigate
The Public Accounts Committee has been told it cannot investigate a dossier containing allegations of tax evasion by senior politicians.
Secretary General on tax dossier: 'No effort would have been made to suppress information'
Enda Kenny addressed the latest claims in the Dáil this afternoon.
"The Ryan Line is open": RTÉ unveils bronze tribute to Gerry Ryan
The tile was laid outside the radio centre yesterday evening.
RTÉ deny they're spending €70,000 on a life-sized Gerry Ryan statue
They are planning a memorial but the event will be “marked privately”.
11 things you've probably forgotten about the 1994 Eurovision in Dublin
And a couple you definitely haven’t, from the contest 20 years ago today.
Gerry Ryan's daughter takes to the airwaves for first ever radio show
Lottie Ryan will present a weekend breakfast show from 6am.
Column: Remembering LAMBO and the celebrity of Gerry Ryan
It started out as an innocent book review but ended up as the subject of a police investigation. Hugh Travers writes about the late great Gerry Ryan and the claim that made him famous.
"The Ryanline is open"- Some of Gerry's best radio moments, 25 years on
The Gerry Ryan show first went on air in March 1988.
The Dredge: When Ronan Keating's wife and mistress met
All the celebrity dirt you need to know this morning.
The School Around the Corner is coming back
“They’ve computers now you see….is the school around the corner just the same?”
Here's everything you missed on last night's 50th anniversary Late Late Show
If you didn’t watch, you actually missed out on a pretty brilliant show. Lucky you, though: here’s your cheat sheet.
Tubridy drops more listeners in latest JNLR figures
Ryan Tubridy has lost 27,000 listeners in six months – with his audience now less than half of his previous listenership on Radio 1.
New suspect in murder of Bernadette Connolly over 40 years ago
Gardaí have built a case against a now 77-year-old man who is in jail in the UK.
UNICEF says TV3 Telethon not cancelled because Verwoerd dismissed
Liam Neeson and Vanessa Redgrave have pulled out of UNICEF events following Melanie Vorwoerd’s dismissal from the charity. UNICEF has apologised to Ireland for the “public nature of the controversy”.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Our collection of the day’s news, developments and random tidbits.
Gerry Ryan remembered as gardaí fail to find dealer
Gardaí say it is unlikely anyone will be prosecuted for Gerry Ryan’s death a year ago today.
The Daily Fix: Friday
Our collection of the day’s news, developments and random tidbits.
‘Gerry Ryan wasn’t on drugs’, claims taxi driver who drove him home
The taxi driver who was the last person to see the RTÉ broadcaster alive has told a newspaper that Ryan “definitely” didn’t act like he was on drugs on the night he died.
Report: New probe indicates that Gerry Ryan didn't die from cocaine
A report commissioned by the RTÉ presenter’s family questions the conclusion of the inquest into Ryan’s death last year.
No-one to face charges in relation to Gerry Ryan death: report
The Irish Sun reports that no-one may ever be charged with supplying cocaine to the broadcaster.
Brian O'Driscoll 'disgusted' at Gerry Ryan death coverage
Toxicology report should never have been made public, rugby star tells HotPress.
Gerry Ryan took cocaine laced with worming powder: autopsy
The report shows he was taking a number of prescription drugs at the time of his death.
Poll: Have the media gone too far in their coverage of Gerry Ryan's death?
RTE has admitted its coverage was “less than it could have been”, and said it held back out of respect for Gerry Ryan’s family. But was it right to do so?
Gardaí to investigate claims of covering up high-profile drug use
Gardaí have denied that they concealed the activities of high-profile drug abusers and say an investigation will be launched into the allegations raised yesterday by the Sunday Independent.
The week in photos
Some of the week’s biggest stories – in pictures.
Pat Kenny: 'I didn’t know about Gerry Ryan’s coke habit'
Kenny tells listeners he had no idea about Ryan’s cocaine problems – and says RTÉ would have intervened if it did.