Wednesday, November 08, 2006

WedNov08 Holy Fuck...

Spotted this restaurant in China Town in London while we were off on holidays a few weeks back. Just found it on my camera now, so thought I'd share.

Mess around with the words.

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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

TuesNov07 It's-A-Me...


Monday, November 06, 2006

SunNov05 The Flute Dancing Video...




Saturday, October 28, 2006



The first two timesI wrote an essay and the publishing failed, so if you're here to see what I've written, sorry, but tough luck. Those pricks at google who own and Picasa2 made a bollocks of my updating this weekend. And I wouldn't mind, but it was really good too. All pictures and jokes, and about the new show, but their site is shit so it's forever lost in cyberspace. Fuckers.

Yes, I'm angry.


Tuesday, October 24, 2006

TuesOct24 Pics of Chicks...

Pics from Friday night's radio awards show. Here's that photo of me & the lads from the band. Bear in mind I'm over 6'3" - so imagine how tall this pair are:

As you can see, I was a bit tipsy:

Laura and Jo make one kinky couple. They didn't even charge me for the photo:

While I get a good look at Mary's kinky couple. She charged me for the photo.

God, I love girls.

And I'm leaving the show. More later.


Monday, October 23, 2006

SunOct22 Two Fun Weeks...

Well, that was a good couple of weeks off! I was off and home for the first week's holidays and then we went to London for a few days last week. We went to The Tower of London and The London Eye. Boring! It didn't go fast or anything and no-one fell off.

Then on Friday it was the PPI Radio Awards 2006. Jeez - that year went fast, didn't it? No, didn't win. Again. Had a load of great laughs even though some RTÉ chick was pig ignorant to me just as I arrived and they didn't have any extra cabbage at the dinner. I formed a boyband with the bloke who everyone fancies from the Blizzards (no, they don't work in radio) and the leg-end Dan Hegarty from 2FM. I was the singer (obviously) the Blizzards dude was the dancer and Dan was there to look pretty. We could've made it too. I have a photo somewhere.

Had a great time taking the piss out of one station that COMPLETELY LOST THE FUCKIN HEAD screaming and shouting when their station name was either mentioned or shown on screen. Basically, there are a load of awards being given out after a shortlist of nominees is announced. Each nominee is mentioned with their name on the big screen, and each station - which would have a couple of tables each (this station had 42 tables, I think) - would give a cheer of support as their name is read. These eejits FLIPPED THE FUCK OUT!!! "OH MY GOD!!! YEAH!!! I WORK THERE!!! AAAAGH!!! WOOOOHOOO!!!" Their table was next to ours so I joined in every time. They didn't like it. I did.

The reason one must take the piss out of this sort of thing is because a radio station is just like any other place of work. You go there, you do your job and have a laugh as much as you can (and there certainly is more of a chance of having one in a radio station) but you go home and have a life afterward. Not everyone likes all of their co-workers, not everyone has a good working relationship with their boss. Not everyone is über-excited about being there. It's just where you work. So they were just being stupid.

It is possible, of course, that everyone in this particular station SCREAM LIKE BLITHERING IDIOTS whenever they see their station name in writing. Which is probably a pain in the tits for the receptionist every morning.

So, I got home at five on Saturday morning. And got engaged on Saturday night. No, not to JP.

Speaking of whom, he's off for an extra week - in Spain playing golf. No, I'm not joking.


Tuesday, October 10, 2006

TuesOct10 Hei. Hvordan er De?

Who exactly is this Ray Foley dude who calls hisself The Nation's Favourite Radio Presenter? Ahh, they mean a small nation of deaf elves off the west coast of Norway do they? That nation! To both citizens, I say: "Hei. Hvordan er De?" Not that they can hear me.

I'm in Tuam on 27th & 28th of this month if you're about:

And I'll be in Castlebar the same weekend - more details to follow...

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Monday, October 09, 2006

MonOct09 Offoffoffoffoffoffoffoffoffoffoff!

We're off.

But we're thinking of you. Honest.

And we'll be back in full fighting form from Sunday night, October 22nd.

In the meantime, why not enjoy the Blast with Derek Flood all this week, or Tim Kelly next week? Or a podblast, perhaps? Exclusive new internet-only audio available this week! See iTunes Music Store and do a search for PodBlast. It's free!



Sunday, October 01, 2006

SunOct01 Salidas...

The only Spanish word we know other than ethethethethethe (is that even a word?) is salida. We say it on the show all the time.

So what does it mean?

You learn a new thing every day.

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Thursday, September 28, 2006

ThurSept28 As Freddie Mercury Once Sang...


We're in Spain eth eth eth eth - lovely Microsoft took us over to play games for two days at X06.

JP and a sexy Spanish babe. He didn't.


JP and a cock. His name's Jonathan.

Gears of War is out soon on Xbox 360. It's one of the best games I've ever played. More on this to come...

Back in Ireland today, back on the radio Sunday night from 10!


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Friday, September 22, 2006

FriSept22 Get Online...

Well, you already are. Hey, while you're here, why not check out the podblast, which is downloadable from iTunes - you can find the full how-to here.

In the latest episode, JP and I talk about... well, fuck all. It's 15 minutes of us trying to think of something to say.

And once you're done doing that, see - the site I was telling you about in my last post. It's a life-sucking addiction. It's great.

Thanks a million for the birthday wishes yesterday. I got: a t-shirt; a jumper; a watch; a putter set; a steamer; a magazine; a bottle of whiskey; a tin of PAL dog food; a clay pigeon-shooting voucher and three cards. My tightarse brother still has to give me a present.

Finally, all the best to Today FM's earliest bird, who's marrying her bloke today. Happy Wedding, AM Kelly!

Have a good weekend.


Wednesday, September 20, 2006

WedSept20 What Is He Wearing?

Here I am: making the effort as promised.

Jumping on bandwagon number one, if you haven't seen it yet, check out Johnny Logan and Kaye Styles, with the cover version of Logan's Eurovision classic, "Hold Me Now". I want a white leather tracksuit.

And the second bandwagon is Second Life. I'm sure you've heard the hype about this over the past few days - it's all I've heard since I woke up this morning. Adelle from The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show team emailed me and hooked me up, and it's quite bloody addictive!

Forget your Bebo and MySpace: Second Life is the future. In fact, it's pobably too much like the future. You need a good, solid broadband connection for it though. I still don't really get it yet, but I'm working on it.


Monday, September 18, 2006

MonSept18 Live!!! Again!!!

Hi to everyone who showed up online to kick our asses on Call of Duty 2 on Friday night:

We were pretty bad.

And I'm delighted to say: WE'RE BACK ON THE BLAST FROM 10PM TONIGHT!!! AND NO MORE FLIPPIN' FILLING-IN! (apart from one more day, then I'm done).


Sunday, September 10, 2006

SunSept10 LIVE!!!

Check dis out:

The Blast! presenters
Ray Foley and JP from Today FM will be taking time out to pit their gaming skills against Xbox® Live™ members and Today FM listeners on Call of Duty 2.

Ray & JP will be chatting and playing exclusively online with Xbox Live gamers on Friday, 15th September between 7pm and 9pm from the Xbox Live Gaming Centre in South William Street, Dublin 2.

All Xbox Live members need to do to pitch their skills against Ray & JP is:

Sign into Xbox Live

2. Add Ray Foley’s and JP’s Gamertags to your friends list:

Ray Foley


3. After that, gamers just need to go onto Xbox Live Friday, 15th September from 7pm – 9pm to check if they have been invited to join in a game and if they have then… The Game With Fame is on!