Col200sx Registered User
#181

Floody, or whatever he calls himself on Today FM at weekends, with his constant line:

"Floody on Today FM with more music, less talk".......

Ya, that's cos you've got nothing to say.........

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qwert2 Registered User
#182

mike65 said:
Eh? Ah! Ummmmm, indeed.

etc

He's be nothing without them.



He annoyingly says 'Ummmm' a lot during interviews. I stopped listening.

The best are the Off The Ball lads. They listen to the interviewee without saying anything. Listen and learn everyone else.


Also doesn't Sean O'Rourke on RTE radio 1 news at one sound like a cranky headmaster? Go fcuk yourself

qwert2 Registered User
#183

Phil Cawley on Firday night 80s on Today FM, constantly referring to himself in the thrid person. 'Phil this, Phil that'

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Gordon Gekko Registered User
#184

Arpa said:
Chris Donoghue...jesus man learn to pronounce "th". Sometimes they have a guy called Ian Geider or something, he has a similar problem.


This. When Geider does the business reports, I'm half convinced every statistic deliberately involves lots of th's just so he can say things like "tirty tree and a tird percent" to p1ss me off early in the morning.

FAO Denis O'Brien - use some of your billions to get your presenters some feckin elocution lessons.

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Yakuza Registered User
#185

I'm getting tired of Ronan Collins' ham-fisted segues between songs, trying to shoehorn something he heard on the news or weather (or the Duffster's preview) into the theme of the next song he's about to play. I'd prefer it if he just said "and now here's some more middle of the road dreck for you to drool mindlessly to" before each song. I don't listen that much, I just hear him after PK and before the News at one, same old same old.

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NIMAN Registered User
#186

Airwaves full of it this morning, DJs false excitement about "the long bank holiday weekend". Will be mentioned thousands of times today.

#187

NIMAN said:
Airwaves full of it this morning, DJs false excitement about "the long bank holiday weekend". Will be mentioned thousands of times today.


That brings me back!
Never forget when I used to work all week and till 6 on a Saturday evening.
And to listen to the bozos getting excited about the BH weekend.
Usually started from Wednesday!!!!

Tzetze Registered User
#188

Marty F&cking Whelan! Just about every bit of nonsense that dribbles out of this guy is irritating. Except for just one sweet word... "Goodbye".

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#189

Pat Courtennnaaaaaaaay on Nova, with his annoying falsetto voice and his compulsion to throw in stupid Nova catchphrases. I hear the twat when I switch over from the Morning Ireland lovefest with the sports crew.

Cassidy28 Registered User
#190

Tzetze said:
Marty F&cking Whelan! Just about every bit of nonsense that dribbles out of this guy is irritating. Except for just one sweet word... "Goodbye".


He seems to think he's Terry Wogan the way he talks, but that chap will never be, he is also very uneasy when he is talking or comes across that way, how he is still around is beyond me

NIMAN Registered User
#191

Trying to really push their Electric Picnic competition, several TodayFM presenters have all said that "the weather is meant to be cracking for that weekend too".

They have been saying this for a week now.

So suddenly we know that the 1st week in Sept is going to be good, but forecasters can't get the weather forecast correct usually outside of a week or 10 days.

But DJs obviously are better qualified than those at Met Eireann.

#192

Chris O'Donoghue really cannot speak can he?

"Murred along the quays"

qwert2 Registered User
#193

Probably mentioned already.....

Sean 'umm' Moncreiff


Also that business editor on the RTE news at One - David Murphy. I have to turn off whenever he comes on. It's his accent. He sounds like the posh child from your class when you were young

Finally when Matt Cooper gets anal about phrases/words/anagrams he never heard of, and insists on the interviewee to explain the term

Sappa Registered User
#194

Hector pretending to be as culchie as can be with his bun burgers and tins a lilt.
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NIMAN Registered User
#195

The legendary 'countdown to the weekend' that DJs do.

Usually we are bombarded with this on a Friday from early morning, but iRadio took it a step further today, with mid Thur a DJ telling us how much he was looking forward to the weekend, and how it was only 27hrs away!!

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