“Jules Coll , the greatest radio presenter in Irish history. Inducted into the IMRO Hall of Fame after just one week on air. Record breaking. Iconic. Jules is to radio what the Spice Girls are to girl power. ” ~ Psychic Magazine 1994

Radio Presenting
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My first foray in to radio was back in the late 90's. Broadcasting from a tiny garden shed,

Pulse FM hit the airwaves and pirated dance music across Dublin.

I hosted the breakfast show under the pseudonym Maria G. Ah them were the days!

Two decades on and I'm back to the airwaves and loving it! I've found my calling!

I'll be launching my Podcast in early 2019! 

My ultimate goal is to have my own radio show on a national station! Watch this space!


I'm a staple on the panel of Will Hannafin's

 show 'Sure T'was Better' on RTE Radio One.

Myself and the guests trawl the RTE radio archives

to question if life really was better the 70's & 80's? 


Just how different were our attitudes to sex, religion

and race and are misty-eyes and a nose for nostalgia

essential when thinking about the past?


With guests on the panel including Pauline McLynn,

Emer McLysaght, Colm O'Regan and Joanne McNally

we've had gas craic listening back to the archive clips

to see how much or how little Ireland has evolved

over the decades.


You can listen to the programmes on

RTE Radio One here:



As part of the Today FM School of Radio we recorded a radio programme in the studios. I presented and interviewed our special guest comedic impressionist Al Foran. I created a series of idents for the show and they're voiced by my brother Gavin.

Over the years I've appeared as a guest on nearly

every major radio station in Ireland.


Here are the links to listen to a few of them...

 Today FM  with Ray D'arcy 

Today FM  with Anton Savage 

Today FM  with Dermot & Dave

RTE Radio One with Ray D'arcy

2FM with Nicky Byrne & Jenny Greene