“Well if you happen to be in possession of any Toy Story figures it might be wise to hide them away from the kids as they could be worth a tidy sum some day. It seems that vintage toys can be a clever investment as our own toy boy reporter Liam Geraghty has been finding out.”
“It’s the time of year when garden centres will be packed to the rafters again with green-fingered people eager to start planting and pruning. Our own evergreen reporter Liam Geraghty has been getting to the root of a new initiative which is aimed at encouraging businesses to bed down in the Grow-It-Yourself movement.”
What’s in a consonant? Record Shop Day, the global festival of indie records shops, gets an Irish LGBT makeover to create Record Shop Gay.
Recruiting players right now is a hunting-through-the-night time streets mass game experience called Journey to the End of the Night. Up for it?
I produced this segment about the maths behind volcanoes for the RTE science series What’s It All About?
Listen here (starts 29.27)
“Professor Bernardo Carducci has made it his life’s work to study shyness. He is the Director of the Shyness Research Institute at Indiana University. He joins us to discuss how shyness can impact on our working lives. But first, Liam Geraghty has been searching out some stories of shyness.”
I spoke with Dennis Aabo Sørensen – the first amputee in the world to feel sensory rich information – for the RTÉ science series What’s It All About?
Listen here. (from 26.15)