A trip to the supermarket to buy bread, courtesy of German amateur engineers The Real Life Guys.
Here’s how they made the thing.
Give us 120 minutes.
We’ll bring the natter.
Broadsheet on the Telly returns tonight at 10pm streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel
Join a panel of your peers plus surprise guests as they try to make sense of the news of the week.
Matters will include the Disclosures Tribunal, Joanne Hayes, Dolores O’Riordan , trackers and ludicrous, ‘Qanon‘-based ‘tin foil chat’ with ‘Preposterous’.
Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly
That red dot represents Shane Ross voting against his own road traffic bill pic.twitter.com/VsujuByVQg
— Timmy Dooley TD (@timmydooley) January 18, 2018
Well that was unnecessarily dramatic. Shane Ross appeared to have accidentally voted against his own Road Traffic Bill (drink driving limits) – a row ensued as Mattie McGrath tried to stop him correcting it. If the bill’s proponent voted against it, arguably the bill could lapse
— Gavan Reilly (@gavreilly) January 18, 2018
The Late Late Show will celebrate 30 years of Aslan’s iconic album Feel No Shame this Friday.
Lead singer Christy Dignam and guitarist Billy McGuinness will be on the couch to chat about how Aslan made their big breakthrough…
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington will be in studio to chat about why he is enjoying golf more than ever…
As Pieta House founder Joan Freeman prepares to focus on a similar project helping Irish diaspora in the US, she is joined in studio by her sister, former Where in the World? presenter Theresa Lowe…
The Late Late Show will be remembering the hundreds of people still missing in Ireland with Prime Time’s Barry Cummins and hearing from the family members of Deirdre Jacob, Fiona Sinnott and Cathal O’Brien, who have not given up the search for their loved ones.
Plus Mary Coughlan performs.
The Late Late Show is on tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm