John Daly Radio Show, The

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Popular culture at lunchtime, featuring sport, entertainment and nostalgia.

Listeners can call 08459 555678 [local rate] or text on 81771 [network rates apply].

With news at 2.

00pm.

Popular culture at lunchtime, plus the team stage an Easter egg hunt.

Listeners call 08459 555678 [local rate] or text on 81771 [network rates apply].

On MW only, from 1.

00pm-3.

Six Nations Rugby: Adam Coates presents coverage of Ireland v Wales in the Six Nations Championship.

Jim Neilly is joined on commentary by Ryan Constable with analysis from Jonny Bell.

Join John Daly as he continues his campaign to help you get your life, health and house in order.

Dr Stuart Flanagan will be taking your calls on any of those little niggles that might be affecting your life.

Plus, John meets number one singer Amy Macdonald.

50pm-4.

Six Nations Rugby: Adam Coates presents coverage of Ireland's opening game with Italy in the 2008 Six Nations Rugby Championship.

The last time the teams met in March 2007, Ireland won 51-24 at the Stadio Flaminio.

Jim Neilly will be joined on commentary in Dublin by Ryan Constable.

Favourite Moments of 2007: John looks back at some memorable moments from 2007.

Contributors include Jason Donovan, Ranulph Fiennes, Kevin McAleer and Tony Robinson.

News at 2.

Described by the Guinness Book of World Records as the greatest living explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes has visited both Poles, discovered lost cities and raised millions of pounds for charity.

He talks to John Daly about his life, his heroes, what famous film role he missed out on, and why he blew up the Dr Doolittle film set in the 1960s.

Listeners can call 08459 555678 [local rate] or text on 81771 [rates apply].

Includes news at 2.

Popular culture at lunchtime, with sport, entertainment and nostalgia.

John talks to Jason Donovan and gives away tickets to his concert.

Listeners can call 08459 555 678 [national rates] or text on 81771 [rates apply].

Pop culture at lunchtime, featuring sport, entertainment and nostalgia.

Pop culture at lunchtine featuring sport, entertainment and nostalgia.

John explores the world of life coaching, Paddy Power talks sport and Graeme Cousins reports on the local news.

John presents the show live from the BBC Healthy Minds event at the Lakeland Youth Centre, Enniskillen, for the best ideas on how to chill out.

10pm-2.

45pm:

Six Nations Rugby: Michael Mcnamee introduces coverage of Ireland's Six Nations Rugby championship game against Scotland at Murrayfield.

After beating Wales in Cardiff, Ireland suffered a heartbreaking defeat at the hands of France in Dublin before posting a record victory against England.

Eddie O'Sullivan's men will be approaching the game with confidence.

Commentary by Jim Neilly and Ryan Constable, with analysis from Maurice Field.

Your lunchtime pop culture snack.

A tasty sport and entertainment sandwich garnished with a hint of nostalgia.

Call in on 08459 555 678 [national rates] or text on 81771 [rates apply].

30pm-3.

30pm:

Heineken Cup Rugby: Michael Mcnamee presents coverage of Ulster's Heineken Cup tie with Llanelli Scarlets at Ravenhill.

Back in October, the Scarlets ran out 21-15 winners at Stradey Park, but in the opening match of the season, Ulster beat the Welsh side 31-16 in the Magners League at Ravenhill.

Commentary by Jim Neilly and Ryan Constable.

Popular culture at lunchtime, featuring sport, entertainment and nostalgia. Listeners can call 08459 555678 [local rate] or text on 81771 [network rates apply]. With news at 2.00pm.