Monday 18 December 2017

Miriam O'Callaghan set to replace Ray D'Arcy when he takes a break from his Saturday night show

Miriam O'Callaghan will fill Ray D'Arcy's shoes when he takes a break from his Saturday night show. Photo: RTE
Miriam O'Callaghan will fill Ray D'Arcy's shoes when he takes a break from his Saturday night show. Photo: RTE
Melanie Finn

Melanie Finn

RTE's Miriam O'Callaghan will be stepping into the shoes vacated by Ray D'Arcy when he takes a break from his Saturday night show.

There's no rest for the hard-working presenter as she confirmed to the Diary that she'll be reprising her popular Saturday Night with Miriam programme.

With Ray taking a break in May, she'll be back for her 12th year on the weekend chat show with some big-name celebrities.

Miriam was one of the presenters who hosted A Nation's Voice at Collins Barracks for the Centenary commemorations, which she described as a "wonderful experience".

She certainly looked stunning in a silver-and-white ensemble by designer Don O'Neill. "It was very moving and even though the weather went wildly wet and stormy, the symphony orchestra was amazing - they just kept on playing," she said.

She'll be back on the airwaves this Sunday as she interviews Paul Brady for Radio 1.

Herald

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