The 1965 Aston Martin DB5 that appeared in the opening scenes of Goldeneye comes up for auction next month.

No performance supercar, certainly, but presented in excellent condition and still capable of 150mph, it’s expected to sell for between €1.37 and €1.83 million.


Did you stay up?

A big thank you to, clockwise from left: Dr Jennifer Cassidy, Marco Diaz, Johnny Keenan, Neil Curran & George, Kate Lawlor, Olga Cronin,Preposterous‘ and Vanessa Foran: our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show, an Eighth Amendment Special produced by Neil, can be viewed in its entirety above.

Oxford-based pro-choice egghead Jennifer and pro-life mother-of-five Kate represented both sides of the referendum campaign and swiftly got ‘stuck in’ with important interventions by Vanessa and Johnny.

Our ‘at a glance guide:

00.02.20 No McGuirk
00.02.20 Not the John Leahy?
00.04:44 Marco, virgin voter.
00:18.50 Johnny and the Kilkenny Hard Men
00.28.00 Entertainment slot: Hans Solo or The Rock?
00.37.00 Garda Recruitment
00.55.40 Kate and jennifer on the ideology and biology behind the Eighth
02.05.10 George’s ‘cone of no choice’.
02.15.00 Whose body is it anyway?
02.44.20 Choice hair goals
02.50. 01 Vanessa’s final appeal to the undecideds.

Unsavoury language throughout.


Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly


This morning

Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.

G’wan the sneaky Yes.



She makes a habit of it.

This morning.

On Fairview Bridge, Dublin 3.

Tommy S tweetz:

The latest twist in the battle for the bridge in Fairview


On the bridge last night…

This morning.

President Michael D Higgins and wife Sabina cast their vote in today’s referendum at St Mary’s Hospital, Phoenix Park, Dublin, while Taoiseach Leo Varadkar casts his in Castleknock Dublin.


Sam Boal/Rollingnews/Sean Defoe

Further to speaking to a No voter and a Yes voter

Rob Reeves talks to Fergus Keane of FRO Films – who’s undecided about how he’ll vote in today’s referendum.

Rob Reeves Films

Previously: A Conversation With A No Voter

This morning.

FLAC: Access2Justice tweetz:

When you’re voting today, you might see a “tactile voting” template. They are voting mechanisms for the visually impaired in use for the first time today.

In fairness.