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He later fought during the Irish War of Independence.
“Anonymous, private people to whom something extraordinary had happened whether it was falling out of an aeroplane or escaping from a burning building or a sinking ship and who had the capacity to tell the story and that was always a sure-fire recipe for arresting people's attention.” Originally the show was scheduled as an eight-week summer filler.
He introduced many popular programmes, with his most popular and successful programme being The Late Late Show.
He is now best remembered for his two-hour morning show, The Gay Byrne Hour, which was later renamed The Gay Byrne Show (1972–1999).
, The Meaning of Life and For One Night Only on RTÉ One and Sunday Serenade/Sunday with Gay Byrne on RTÉ lyric fm.
In 2006 he was elected Chairman of Ireland's Road Safety Authority.
In 1961, Telefís Éireann (later Radio Telefís Éireann and now Raidió Teilifís Éireann) was set up.
Byrne finally worked exclusively for the new Irish service after 1969.
Byrne's father, Edward, married his mother, Annie Carroll (from Bray), at Belfast, in 1917, when briefly home on leave from the War.
The two had met near Bray just before the War began. Gay Byrne is the youngest of six children from that marriage.
He worked on the barges that operated on the river Liffey, transporting wooden casks from St.
James's Gate Brewery to ships at the North Wall, Dublin.
Byrne has featured on radio occasionally since retiring from The Gay Byrne Show – in 2006, he began presenting a weekly Sunday afternoon show entitled Sunday Serenade on RTÉ lyric fm.