Staying In Tonight?


Kathryn Thomas

On the Late Late Show…

Gareth Naughton writes

Operation Transformation host Kathryn Thomas joins Ryan Tubridy to talk about her big plans for 2018…The Carlow native will chat about preparing for a new arrival with fiancé Padraig and planning their wedding…

Ryan will be meeting some of the daters hoping to find love on the brand new series of First Dates Ireland

The Late Late will also be hosting a discussion on body positivity featuring a panel of women who have experienced intolerance and abuse because of their size but who are fighting back…

Broadcaster Valerie Cox will join Ryan to talk about the frightening experience of her husband’s recent health scare after he lapsed into a coma when he was struck down with herpes viral encephalitis…

Celebrity hairstylist Trudy Hayes was riding high until the recession struck just as her kidneys started failing her… but her time in hospital also inspired her new business – Raven, a beauty app that brings the salon to you, even if you are in hospital.

Viewers will meet Ailbhe and Izzy Keane who are transforming the country’s wheelchairs from medical devices into fashion statements with their innovative product ‘Izzy Wheels’.

Plus music from Patrick Feeney; and Hermitage Green.

*throws telly out with Christmas tree*

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, at 9.35pm 

21 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

  1. Andrew

    I had hoped that 2018 would see an end to these publicity posts for this utter drivel.
    Drivel lest we forget, that if you don’t pay for your licence now, you will be forced to pay via broadcasting charge…eventually

    1. Mourning Ireland

      + 20 Stone.

      Cue panel with RTÉ DJ etc. Tiresome PR and click-driven posting. Give it up Broadsheet FFS. Same for that tomorrow’s newspapers buffoonery.

    1. some old queen

      Or you could combine the two? There is some pretty good soccer kit action out there at the mo.

      1. bob

        Me too. If I was ever curious as to who was on, I would switch over. Now I’ve no need.
        Broadsheet are providing us with a public service with that weekly post.

  2. Ironballs McGinty

    This whole load of rubbish would be far better condensed as 10 minutes’ footage of a snake eating its own tail.

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