Sarah O’Connor writes:
I realise you don’t normally do this but my cat is missing from Sarsfield Road, Inchicore /Ballyfermot [Dublin 10] area since Friday. He is black with wite paws and chest and goes by the name Gandolf…
A Shamrock Shake-flavoured thank you to, clockwise from top left: Olga Cronin, Johnny Keenan, Ruth Curran and Neil Curran who with Mike McGrath Bryan (not pictured) comprised our panel for last night’s Patrick’s Eve Broadsheet on the Telly.
A number of last minute, possibly booze-related cancellations, forced a reduced panel to make do and improvise.
What they created was nothing short of free-form chat jazz.
Subjects included The Undocumented, face time with Trump and Johnny’s “troll hell”. Some swearing.
The show can be viewed in its entirety above.
If you would lime to take part in future shows please send email with short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Broadsheet on the Telly’.
Last night: Broadsheet on the Telly TONIGHT
Every week, we give away a voucher worth TWENTY FIVE big ones to spend at any of the 14 Golden Discs stores in Ireland.
All we ask for is a tune we can play TOMORROW and at the end of Broadsheet on the Telly tonight.
This week’s theme: Patrick’s Day discs.
What snake-hipped Irish song of any genre makes your heart swell with patriotic palpitations?
To enter, complete this sentence:
“If I could hear only one song on March 17 please make it_________________________because______________________’
Lines MUST close at
5.55pm MIDNIGHT! March 17, 10am!
No Amhrán na bhFiann.
Broadsheet on the Telly Patrick’s Day special at 11.45 streamed live here and on our YouTuibe channel and available thereafter in perpetuity.
Ring in March 17 with Broadsheet readers from across the WORLD.
Porter, spirits and and whatnot allowed on the premises.
No foam headgear.
Please leave show suggestions/advice/snark below.