See Maurice on TV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjKu9V...
Johnny Beerling, ex-Head of BBC Radio One said of Boland: "Maurice is quite a character. His success is quite remarkable for a man who started out as a stand-up comedian. [Incorrect, but it's easy to imagine Boland in that role.] He's got it about right. He has a good awareness and understanding of what the audience needs. I admire him."
The novelist Frederick Forsyth said of the Boland Show: 'Its very popular, successful show, and all credit to him. It's worked brilliantly. It's light-hearted, honest, occasionally controversial' .
Novelist Lord Jeffrey Archer summed it all up by adding: Maurice Boland is "the professional's professional. He is very hard working, very demanding in his research and above all - which is not the case with all journalists - he is very fair. He sees both sides."
Born in Dublin into a medical family Maurice caught the showbiz bug at a very early age. After listening to music by Joey Dee and t