Late Lunch Best Bits & Features

  • Late Lunch Leinster Final Special

    Late Lunch Special Feature on the Leinster Senior Football Final featuring; management duo Mickey Harte and Gavin Devlin, county chairman Peter Fitzpatrick, new stadium steering group member Ronan Lynch, former players Colm Nally and Paddy Keenan, Noel Stewart from sponsors Blackstone Motors and LMFM Louth match commentator Colm Corrigan.
  • A Maytime Soiree through the Garden with Rosie Maye

    It's May and Gerry returns to Rosie Maye's beautiful garden near Slane in Meath where early Summer's flowers, shrubs and trees are making their appearance!
  • "The Kinahans" Irish Sun Podcast

    Stephen Breen, Crime Editor of The Irish Sun, talks about his newspaper's nine part true crime podcast about Ireland's most dangerous and notorious crime family as episode one goes live today.
  • Norman Whiteside Manchester United Legend

    Ahead of his Manchester United Legends appearance with Bryan Robson and Lee Sharpe at the TLT Theatre in Drogheda on Monday May 8th, Norman joined Gerry on Late Lunch where they talked all things footie!
  • A Springtime Walk with Rosie Maye the Insomniac Gardener

    In the second of the series, Gerry pays a late March visit to Rosie Maye's beautiful garden, where in the space of weeks, much has already changed..
  • The Elephant's Trunk

    Teresa and Derek Bellamy are onto something unique with children's books, which they customise for each individual child! Have a listen as the founders of "The Elephant's Trunk" publishing company explain who and what they are to Gerry on Late Lunch!
  • A Snowdrop Soiree

    Rosie Maye, better known as the Insomniac Gardener, invited Gerry along to her magnificent garden near Slane, as her vast array of snowdrops and more besides deliver an early burst of joyous early spring colour
  • A Tara Walker Christmas

    Tara Walker takes on the Christmas table with a twist this time round....
  • Top GAA Referee David Gough and Discrimination

    On foot of Mayo GAA being refused permission by Croke Park to wear rainbow coloured numbers on their jerseys, Meath whistler David Gough believes his stance on LGBTQ+ issues without and within the Association has cost him top level refereeing assignments.