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Four hours in the life of Ryan Tubridy: 'You’re getting a taste of how crazy my life is'

Nadine O’Regan spends one morning in the company of the RTÉ presenter – and tries to keep up with the pace

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

5th March, 2017
Ryan Tubridy Pic: Bryan Meade

Hour one: 8am-9am

Location: RTÉ, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

‘I’m very needy,” Ryan Tubridy says with a grin. “Does it meet with your approval?”

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