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Eddie, who has been working at Downtown since 1976, said when he heard the advert on his station last Christmas promoting cancer screening, he took on board what it said.“I heard the advert and I thought, ‘I’m over 50, I’m overweight, yes there has been a slight change in my bowel movements, I better get checked out,’ and I am so glad I did – that advert saved my life,” he said.Eddie hopes that through his station’s campaign, other lives might be saved.“People, no matter what age, should really go to the doctor and say ‘I’m here for my cancer scan’, because prevention is better than the cure,” he said.

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Chair of the PPI Radio Awards committee, Sean Murtagh, said at the event “As we turn 15, I think we can safely say that the PPIs have become the Irish radio industry accolade which everyone strives to achieve.The father-of-two says he feels “extremely lucky” to still be alive, and puts this down to his cancer being detected at an early stage“I wouldn’t have known that I was ill.When you have colon cancer you don’t feel any pain, lose any weight or feel any different at all.Notable honours are Joe Molloy for Sports Broadcaster of the Year (Newstalk), Richard Crowley for News Broadcaster of the Year (RTE), and Dara Quilty for Music Presenter of the Year (98fm) Music Station of the Year went to FM104 while Ian Dempsey's Breakfast Show picks up two awards - Entertainment Inserts (for Gift Grub) and Breakfast Programme.Much loved comic presenters Dermot & Dave came away General Music Programme for Today FM too.

Chair of the PPI Radio Awards committee, Sean Murtagh, said at the event “As we turn 15, I think we can safely say that the PPIs have become the Irish radio industry accolade which everyone strives to achieve.

The father-of-two says he feels “extremely lucky” to still be alive, and puts this down to his cancer being detected at an early stage“I wouldn’t have known that I was ill.

When you have colon cancer you don’t feel any pain, lose any weight or feel any different at all.

Notable honours are Joe Molloy for Sports Broadcaster of the Year (Newstalk), Richard Crowley for News Broadcaster of the Year (RTE), and Dara Quilty for Music Presenter of the Year (98fm) Music Station of the Year went to FM104 while Ian Dempsey's Breakfast Show picks up two awards - Entertainment Inserts (for Gift Grub) and Breakfast Programme.

Much loved comic presenters Dermot & Dave came away General Music Programme for Today FM too.

And the results revealed that couples who had met online were the most satisfied in their relationship, ahead of those who had met through work, in a bar or on a blind date!