Interview: Doireann Garrihy talks about laughter, optimism and her new satirical show

Doireann Garrihy discovered early that she had a talent for making people laugh and in a new show on RTÉ this week she is determined to find the positives in what has been a bleak year

12th December, 2020
Interview: Doireann Garrihy talks about laughter, optimism and her new satirical show
Doireann Garrihy: ‘We need to look after ourselves, to talk, to do all of those clichéd things to look after ourselves’ Picture: Marc O’Sullivan

There’s a sense, just being around Doireann Garrihy in a photography studio for a couple of hours in Dublin, that there’s very little that could faze her. After an early shift on 2fm for her morning show with Eoghan McDermott – which requires her to set an alarm for 4.30 am – it’s a miracle that she still has so much energy when the Business Post sits down to chat with her, almost 12 hours...

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