It may have seemed like only a matter of time, but Facebook and Instagram parent company Meta, have become the latest social networking site to launch a subscription service.
Owner Mark Zuckerberg announced the paid service will launch in the coming weeks with users gaining verification, better access to customer service and other benefits as a result.
Jess Kelly, Newstalk's tech correspondent and host of 'Tech Talk' joined Dermot and Dave to explain why the company are taking this step, and what it'll mean to listeners.
It's possibly the weepiest show on the telly, and it's coming back for a brand new series.
'Long Lost Families' sees Davina McCall and her team seek to reunite relatives who have long lost touch, or never knew the other existed.
It's an emotional rollercoaster, so much so, our Pamela could barely talk about it in 'Pamela's Telly'.
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The days are getting longer, the sun is getting warmer and the pollen is…well, it’s everywhere!
Spring is starting to spring, and if you suffer with seasonal allergies, you might be starting to dread the next few months.
To help you prepare, Dermot and Dave were joined by Iseult Sheehan from Allergy Ireland who shared her top tips on getting through the next few months.
As a country known for having no bears, Ireland surely seems like the most logical place to make a film about a bear. We think.
Cocaine Bear is a brand new film, set in America but filmed mostly in Ireland, which tells the story of a bear on a drugs binge.
Star of 'The Hunger Games' and 'Pitch Perfect', Elizabeth Banks, took the real story of a bear and cocaine and has turned it into a this incredible dark comedy.
She joined Dermot and Dave to chat Ireland, how to direct a film with a furry main character and why she took inspiration from Jaws.
It's peak awards season and the red carpets continue to be turning green as we celebrate the incredible year Irish film has had.
And the BAFTAs were no different with big wins for 'The Banshees of Inisheerin' and 'An Irish Goodbye'.
We heard all about the wins, the losses and the bits you might have missed with our Eimear.
Missed some of your favourite bits during the week? Want to catch up on the craic from Dermot and Dave?
Well look no further than the Dermot and Dave Best Of podcast, your home for all of the messing with none of the music.
Whether you’re on a drive, out on a walk, getting stuck into the gaff or garden or looking for a bit of distraction from work, the Dermot and Dave Best of podcast has just some of our favourite moments from the week gone by.
It’s been a busy week for us, and we’ve even given away some lap blankets!
Dave was horrified when he was tricked into believing that Valentines Day had an even bigger meaning this year, Seán got the nation fighting over their favourite roads and we even heard Cathal’s weird Lilt theory.
We learnt about the most popular name in music, Dermot explained why he won’t be taking over from Larry Mullen on drums and we asked the question…when should you get a pint during a match?
Plus all your faves from Dave’s Bad Jokes to Say Stuff that Suits The Music and some of the most incredible stories from schooldays of yesteryear.
It has been a long wait for Formula One fans!Pamela Joyce joined Dermot and Dave for Pam's Telly and she has everything you need to know about what's on the box this weekend.
You might have noticed an increase in the amount of frogs and toads on the roads, and the reason is, rather racy!
It's frog spawning season which means that the male frog is on the hunt for a lady friend, and they'll travel some serious distances.
Collie Ennis from The Critter Shed Podcast joined Dermot and Dave to explain what's going on and why we all need to be careful when driving.
John recently supported Tommy Tiernan at a gig where the audience were not allowed their phones for the entire show.
Comedian, John Colleary joined Dermot and Dave for a chat ahead of his big Irish tour.
This both confused, and enthralled us but did you know that Alaska could be the most interesting US State?
We heard some fascinating facts about the United States of America in Dave's World.
Chance are that if you have any form of Social Media then you would have seen Kayleigh's work.
Kayleigh Trappe has racked up millions of views on her Lip Sync videos. From Roy Keane to Louis Walsh, Kayleigh has covered nearly every Irish celebrity on television and radio.
She joined Dermot and Dave to chat about her new found fame.
UFOs? Surveillance? Or something completely different?
There's been a lot going on in US skies, and no one really knows exactly who is doing what.
To cut through some of the news, and begin to explain what could be going on, Dermot and Dave caught up with Andrew Lowth from TodayFM news.
Dancing With the Stars sensation Brooke Scullion took the time out of her tango-filled timetable to catch up with Dermot and Dave.
She told the lads all about the competition, her blossoming pop music career and how to crack the EuroVision (top tip: avoid getting arrested in Barcelona - if possible).
Fueled by his own love of the N18, our Sean has posed an absolute doosey of a question - what is the best road in Ireland?
The lads got enough answers to fill a whole other podcast (now currently available wherever you get your podcasts - it's worth a listen to be fair).
Dermot and Dave also caught up with David Humphries of CompleteCar.ie to get his take and more road-tastic trivia.
In today's installment of Dave's World, Dave brought a real head-scratcher to the table: Which female name is the most used in music?
He took a deep-dive and shared some of his own (deeply flawed) hypotheses.
What do interactive whiteboards, Bridgerton and Gort have in common?
Absolutely nothing - except for when they crop up in Say Stuff That Suits the Music.
This week Dave played Dermot a whole new range of tunes he has never heard before and Dermot said the first thing that came to mind.
In fairness to our Dermot, the results are always hilarious, and this week was no different.
One thing about our Sean - he absolutely loves the N18.
He claims it's the best road in Ireland - but Dermot and Dave weren't so sure.
The lads took the discussion to the airwaves and let listeners have their say.
Sean even compiled a top-five list based on all of your answers, fair play to him.
Have you heard the old wives' tale about Lilt and male fertility (which is COMPLETELY UNTRUE and backed by zero scientific evidence - Coca Cola please don't sue us)?
Well on the morning the news broke that the iconic tropical tasting soft drink will cease to exist in its original form, Cathal decided to share it with Dermot and Dave.
Naturally, chaos ensued.
Bad Jokes, but make it romantic.
On this Valentine's Day installment of Dave's World, the man himself read out your best love-themed howlers... do better people.
Our Dave considers himself quite the casual home critic.
But today he was joined by someone who does just that for a living - interior designer and HOME OF THE YEAR judge Sara Cosgrove joined him in studio ahead of the show's return to screens tonight!
They spoke about what we can expect from this season, the dos and don'ts of renovating and the power of paint.
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