Louise McSharry is retuning to the airwaves following her stoic cancer battle, and she has her heart set on a prime time slot.
The 31-year-old currently presents a weekday slot at 8pm but she has admitted that she has her eye on a breakfast show.
"I made a decision when I was off to make the show more music-focused - I think that's what it needs at that time of day but I do miss my chats, so I'm hoping to do more of that," she told The Daily Mail.
Indeed, she got a taste for it in 2013 when she filled in for Tubs while he was on his holidays.
She added that informal, chatty radio was her favourite type of format for a show.
"Ryan is doing so well though, and his figures are great," she mused.
"Radio is unpredictable, so I'm kind of thinking I'll do something myself down the line like a podcast if it doesn't happen within the station.
"I'm so focused on that, I might have to leave the country if it doesn't happen and recalibrate my goals," she added.
Louise, who is set to marry her fiancé Gordon Spierin in August, was a member of a panel speaking at the Alex and Ani Talk Series in The Dean Hotel yesterday.
The chatty radio host also revealed that she is in the process of filming a documentary for RTE's Reality Bites in which she will open up about her battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
You can tell a lot about a show by the tagline that its makers attach to it. "It's all about life" is the insipid one chosen for The Ray D'Arcy Show, which seems to suggest that RTE actually has no idea what it's about; that it's just an empty vessel waiting for something, anything, to come along and fill it.