Alo Mohan tweetz:
(Thanks John O’Callaghan)
Tuam’s superloo – dubbed the town’s cut-price love nest because it’s used by canoodling couples – could be an early St Valentine’s day present for Oranmore. County Councillor Donagh Killilea (FF) has proposed that Tuam Municipal District gift the public toilet at The Shambles car park in Tuam to the Oranmore/Athenry Municipal District.
(H/T: Frank Yoka)
(Photo: Johnny Ryan Photography)
Judith Goldberger asks:
How come he’s an anchorman and she’s an anchor? Surely they’re all the same bunch of anchors?
What a night.
A big, warm thank you to clockwise from top left: ; Vanessa Foran; ‘Preposterous‘, Marcel Kreuger; strong>Neil Curran and Ruth Curran, Olga Cronin and Johnny Keenan, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.
The show, produced by Neil Curran, can be viewed in its entirety above.
At a glance guide:
6:00 – “Pretending to be Catholic” – getting children baptised.
14:15 – Kerry Babies case
29:11 – “Do you think you are well served by the female leaders in Ireland?”
37:25 – “I don’t take offence easily”
38:13 – Dolores O’Riordan (almost a tribute)
45:07 – “Can you say ‘beor’ in 2018?”
46:58 – The real Dolores O’Riordan segment
58:15 – De’ papers
Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly