Nicky attended the The Brit Awards 2016! Good Morning Britain presenter, Richard Arnold, tweeted a picture with him on the event’s Red Carpet. Nicky also talked to Kevin Hughes and Entertainment News about Eurovision and music. Here are a few pictures (click on one to view them all):
As you might have heard by now, The Nicky Byrne Show won Best Radio Show at The Gossies 2016 last weekend! Today, Nicky and Jenny took a picture with their well deserved award. You can watch their video thanking their listeners, here.
Goss.ie’sThe Gossies 2016 have just announced their Best Radio Show winner and it’s The Nicky Byrne Show! Big congratulations to Nicky and Jenny! I love listening to them every morning – Such a fantastic team! 🙂
The pair was not able to attend the event due to work commitments, but they recorded a short video thanking their listeners and fans for their support:
The 2FM star took home the gong just months after starting at the station.
Former Westlife star Nicky Byrne was in a world of his own last night – after winning a top radio award.
The 2FM presenter won the Best Newcomer gong at the prestigious PPI Radio Awards, just months after starting on the station.
It was a massive coup for the Nicky Byrne Show host, whose three hour show has now become the most listened to programme on the station.
However the RTE star didn’t managed to win both of the gongs he was up for – with Dermot and Dave taking home Best Music Programme.
Initially after being nominated, Nicky said he was “beyond chuffed” to just be nominated.
He said: “I’m beyond chuffed with the two nominations for the show. Jenny, along with producer Al, Lindy and Kate have become my on-air family.”
RTÉ Radio radio stations have been nominated for a total of 37 awards in the PPI Radio Awards 2014 shortlist, which was released at midday today, 3rd September.
The nominations include 31 for RTÉ Radio 1 programmes, two for RTÉ 2fm, three for RTÉ lyric fm and one for RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta.
RTÉ Radio 1 has been nominated in some of the PPI’s most prestigious categories, including News Story of the Year, News Programme of the Year, Sports Programme of the Year, Documentary of the Year and News Broadcaster of the Year to name but a few.
RTÉ 2fm’s Nicky Byrne Show with Jenny Greene has proved itself as popular with the awarding body as it is with its listeners, having received nominations for Newcomer of the Year (Nicky Byrne) and the coveted Music Programme of the Year Award.
RTÉ lyric fm has been nominated for Specialist Music Broadcaster of the Year, Music Special/Music Event of the Year and New Irish Music/Musical Talent Programme.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta has received a nomination for Specialist Music Programme of the Year for its popular alternative music programme, An Taobh Tuathail.
The PPI Radio Awards winners will be announced at the annual Gala Awards night at the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny, which takes place this year on Friday 3rd October.