Radio star Fergal D’Arcy commands the afternoon airwaves with his daily show - Off the Charts - on Today FM, the nation's number 1 station for 25-44 year olds. Fergal originally made his name on iRadio, where he spent eight years presenting the afternoon 3-6pm slot. Prior to that, he was with Clare FM where he started his career as a breakfast presenter/producer and picked up a radio gong at the industry PPI awards in 2008 for Best Light Hearted Magazine Programme.  

As an amateur drama theatre star, Fergal is thrilled to make his Bord Gáis Energy Theatre stage debut in Spamalot - he'll be picking up his coconuts to give them a rattle in the lead role of Patsy in January 2018. Fergal has been involved in several well established musical societies across Ireland including Bravo Theatre Company, Twin Productions and Loughrea Musical Society. In 2016 he played Houdini in Ragtime, Sir Lancelot in the Irish amateur premiere of Spamalot and received an AIMS nomination for his role as St. Jimmy in American Idiot.  He is currently rehearsing for the role of Nick Arnestein in Funny Girl with Kilmacud M.S.  

A highly requested special events host, Fergal frequently delights audiences around the country with his unique brand of easy banter and charming delivery. His DJ sets are renowned crowd pleasers, guaranteed to electrify even the most selective music fans.

Follow Fergal on Twitter @fergdarcy, on Instagram @fergdarcy, and on Snapchat @fergyd. Listen live or nab Off the Charts podcasts here.