Team Gowlbags write:

We’re Gowlbags. We’re a teeny, weedy new start-up company selling tees, bags, mugs and other bits & bobs with a Limerick/Munster theme. You’re readers might get a giggle out of our gear….

‘Haunty Beoure’, anyone?

Gowlbags

Irish-made stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘irish-Made Stuff’. No fee

Patrick Bergin – Tipperary Waltz/If You Ever See Jesus Again.

Abigail Murray writes:

Actor Patrick Bergin has just released new double a-side single – a double hit of country and folk songs called”If you ever see Jesus again” and “Tipperary Waltz”.

Recorded with producer Ken Kiernan in Dublin, the tracks uncover a new side of Patrick as they touch on topics of spirituality and even his great uncle Hugh who fought in World War 1.

Oi!

Leave her, Juncker!

This morning.

Phoenix Park, Dublin

President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker with President and Sabina Higgins during a courtesy call to Aras an Uachtarain on the second day of his official visit to Ireland.

Oily fupper.

Yesterday: Ireland’s Most Powerful Man Meets Taoiseach

Sam Boal/RollingNews

Update:

Croke Park, Dublin

Jean-Claude Juncker (centre) with, from left: Henry Shefflin, Phil Hogan (European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development), Simon Coveney, and President of the GAA John Horan.

Rollingnews

 

Harley-Davidson motorbikes are earmarked for tariffs in a EU-US trade war

The G7 couldn’t persuade
Trump not to put tariffs on trade
So a yank motorbike
Will have a price hike
You might want to stick to home made

John Moynes

Pic: Harley-Davidson

Staying in?

Broadsheet on the Telly returns tonight at 10pm with our 70th episode streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Join old friends, surprise guests and domestic pets as we devour the news of the week from home and ‘abroad’.

Matters under discussion will include the MacGill geezer fiasco, Body & Soul, Cannabis Oil, British Royal family love-bombing and The Disclosures Tribunal.

‘Unwholesome’ language inevitable.

Fuck**g sorry.

Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly