The Ray Foley Show

Raymond 'Ray' Foley (Irish: Rae hÓ Bhollach; born 21 September 1980) is an Irish TV and radio presenter. He currently presents The Ray Foley Show on 98FM on weekday mornings. Having worked at 98FM and Spin 1038 early in his career, Foley moved to Today FM in 2004, presenting the night time show The Blast with, "JP" Gilbourne. In 2006, he moved to midday and now presented The Ray Foley Show, with sidekick JP Nugent and Adelle McDonnell.He now hosts the breakfst slot on 98FM. He hosts a fashion show on Thursday nights and a Singles Night on Valentine's Day. He now hosts Take Me Out on TV3. On Friday 12 October 2012, Foley and JP announced on the show that both of them would be transferring to Today FM's sister station 98FM to present the breakfast show. They both have expressed how difficult the decision was for them, due to their fondness of their workmates and friends in Today FM.

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