FM confirmed today Fergal D’Arcy will be leaving the station when they reveal the arrest of the presenter

TODAY FM announced Fergal D’Arcy is leaving the station as they revealed a host shaking hands.

The station has revealed it has announced some major changes to its daytime schedule including Ray Foley as the new vocalist of the afternoons while Pamela Joyce is set to host her own lunchtime show. me.

FM today announced the schedule starting today


FM today announced the schedule starting todayCredit: Instagram
Fergal will leave Today FM


Fergal will leave Today FMCredit: Today FM
Ray Foley will return to Today FM


Ray Foley will return to Today FMCredit: Owen Behan

Due to a refreshed schedule, Today FM has confirmed that Fergal D’Arcy will be leaving the station after six years.

Fergal will continue to show off his afternoons in the coming weeks.

Acknowledging Fergal’s time with Today FM, James Brownlow commented: “I would like to sincerely thank Fergal for the enormous contributions he has made since joining Today FM.

“Fergal is passionate about radio and music and we wish him continued success in both areas.”

The Irish Sun exclusive It was revealed last week that Virgin Media star Ray Foley will take over from Mairead Ronan’s position on the station after she steps down.

Commenting on the transition to the afternoon on Today FM, Ray Foley said: “You can’t imagine how excited I am to start the afternoon on Today FM, I’m so excited to start with a show. completely new.

“Every day for the past nine years, my key card for the building hasn’t worked, so we may need to look into it.

“Our last song of 2012 was Example – We I’ll Be Coming Back For You One Day and now it is!”

Pamela Joyce has been revealed as the new lunchtime host on Today FM and will be moving from her current evening position.

Pamela has been a member of the radio station for the past three years and has gained a following on social media thanks to her Cardi P musical skits on Dermot & Dave.

Speaking about her new position, Pamela said: “I am delighted and honored to be called at the door at lunchtime on Today FM.


“This is a huge step forward for me personally and professionally and I can’t wait to get into the program.

“You can expect all the best tunes, loads of good songs and lots of rhythm. I can’t wait to keep my listeners engaged during their lunch hour.”

Early Breakfast regular host Paula MacSweeney and daily showbiz news anchor on the Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show will become the new vocalist of the evenings on the radio.

The 35-year-old will present a three-hour musical program Monday through Thursday from 7-10pm.

Paula commented: “After ten years of an early start, I am turning to the dark side – literally!


“I’m excited to bring all the fun we have from Early Breakfast into the evenings… and I’m also excited to turn off the 3.30am alarm clock!”

This will give normal station Ian Dempsey and his Breakfast Show an extra hour of airtime, meaning he will start at 6am.

Speaking of starting early, Ian said: “I would try and still get up at the same time (5am) but just make things faster at home!

“There will be days when I forget to brush my hair (nobody realizes it!) But I hope we can bring our famous music, entertainment, information, and activism to our legendary listeners. our phone whenever they wake up!”

Pamela will present a program in the afternoon


Pamela will present a program in the afternoon

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