Solstice Seems To Be The Hardest Word

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Fifty years Forty Four shows in the making.

A festive thank you to, clockwise from top left: Johnny Keenan (left) & Luke Brennan; Dan Boyle, Olga Cronin, Vanessa Foran, ‘Preposterous‘ and Neil Curran, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The Winter Solstice Special can be viewed in its entirety above.

Highlights included:

A jolly chat with Green Party giant Dan Boyle who, diverted from a night out, kindly discussed his new book Making Up The Numbers.

Producer Neil Curran hosted a soiree at his pad in Crumlin Dublin 18 to celebrate Xmas and and mark Preposterous’ 50th birthday through the medium of cake and booze.

Suitably fortified, Johnny, Vanessa and Luke shared their hopes and dreams for 2018.

Some swearing.

Hic.

Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly

4 thoughts on “Solstice Seems To Be The Hardest Word

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    I wanted to stop watching, several times…

    1. Dan Boyle… or as you might know it, ‘Dan Boyle’s new book’
    2. The punchline without a joke that was ‘we’re all in the same room’…
    3. The joke without a punchline that was supposed to be a birthday celebration…

    [footnote]
    I stopped watching around the 40min mark, unintentionally.
    I fell asleep and had nightmares of Pat Kenny interviewing Pat Kenny.

    Best episode ever!

    1. Frilly Frilly Christmas & a Happy New Year

      That interview with Ban Doyle was very good I thought, even if he insisted on hiding his face in the dark.

      All the rest ov’em were langers, ‘cept for JR
      And t’was left ta’ poor Olga ta’ read them the papers and make sure they got home in one piece

      Christ, she probably had ta’ clean up after them as well

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