All aboard.

A warm, embracing hug to, clockwise from top left: Olga Cronin, Vanessa Foran, Neil Curran, Marcel Kreuger and ‘Preposterous‘, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Vanessa, an accountant,  shared her thoughts on the new David Hall and AIB-led housing association.

Dundalk-based Marcel, appearing live from his home city of Cologne, Germany, discussed the electoral gains of the far right in the German elections.

Olga detangled the Keith Harrison module at the Disclosures Tribunal.

And Father-soon-to-be Neil, meanwhile, cast a cool, wise gaze over matters in fetching eyewear (see above).

Thank you all.

Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly on Broadsheet

13 thoughts on “Destination: Chat

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    I’m a new viewer (the time is awkward) and I really enjoyed it. Vanessa’s take on the housing association topic was very interesting. Had to go to the leaba shortly afterwards but I promise to tune in again either live or in retrospect – it’s a great medium for discussion, well done Broadsters.

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  2. mildred st. meadowlark

    Hats off to Olga, by the by, for making sense of the Gordian knot of the Keith Harrison/Disclosures Tribunal.

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    1. Brother Barnabas

      yep to that

      she’s a treasure

      and so cool to see a journalist who’s actually a journalist doing real journalism

      celebrity poopity-poot in the indo, while the Irish times does nothing other than guardian reprints, PR releases and court reports

      I’d like to see a donate button on BS to support this kind of work

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  3. badatmemes

    I watched it live, from the sidelines.
    Reading Frilly and Spaghetti in the chat-pit…

    I was too upset to participate.
    There was no Johnny K and Olga only turned up halfway through.
    It didn’t start until about 11:20 and it was only one hour long.
    It was on on Thursday, at 11:20
    The bad language I was promised never materialised.
    JR is still using green screening to make us think he lives in a mansion.

    I could go on…

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