Paul Russell

RTÉ Radio 1, Ireland

Paul Russell is Head of New Media in RTÉ Radio. He has worked on several radio shows on both RTÉ 2FM and Radio 1 including The Gerry Ryan Show, the Dave Fanning Show, John Kelly’s Mystery Train and The Tubridy Show.


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For two streetwise Irish boys who loved hopping on trains and ferries and discovering new faraway places, one adventure took them so far they become front page news.

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For two streetwise Irish boys who loved hopping on trains and ferries and discovering new faraway places, one adventure took them so far they become front page news.

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