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Did you stay up?

A warm hug to, clockwise from top left: Neil Curran, ‘Preposterous‘. Johnny Keenan, Lucky Khambula and Olga Cronin, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety (above).

Lucky, from the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland (Masi) spoke about eviction threats to residents in Direct Provision centres who have either been granted asylum or are under deportation notices.

Meanwhile, Neil defended Michael O’Leary, Olga teased out developments in the Disclosures Tribunal and Johnny shared his disgust with apathy.

It got a little sweary.

Sorry.

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Broadsheet on the Telly returns tonight at 11pm.

The show will be streamed LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Join a panel of real people, NOT pundits, PLUS a special guest take a running kick at the news of the week.

Topics to include Ryanair, Ibrahim Halwa’s acquital and the Disclosures Tribunal.

Some tweefle-doofling may be unavoidable.

Sorry.

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You are invited…

To join a panel of real people not pundits devour the news of the week with fearless late night honesty and some swear words.

Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 11pm TONIGHT streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Matters under deliberation may include the guards, Europe and George Hook.

Pets welcome.

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Did you stay up?

A warm thank you to, clockwise from top left, Anne Marie McNally, ‘Preposterous‘, Johnny Keenan and Olga Cronin, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

You can watch the show in its entirety (above).

Anne Marie, political director of the Social Democrats, fresh from her party’s think-in, gave an insight into the Soc Dems’ strategy for the housing crisis, their hopes for the ‘Locked Out’ generation and preparations for a General Election.

Johnny spoke about the postponement of this weekend’s One Love Concert for Direct Provision and why, despite some hurtful trolling, he remains bloody but unbowed.

Meanwhile, Olga attempted to explore the Garda breath test statistics without laughing out load.

Warning: Some salty language.

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Winter is coming.

Never mind.

Broadsheet on the Telly returns tonight at 11pm streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Join a panel of your peers PLUS a special guest as they tackle the stories of the week with fearless honesty and some rude words.

Matters under the spotlight will include Garda breath tests, Homeless deaths and the ‘Locked Out’ generation.

All welcome.

Thank you!

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Did you stay up.

A loved up hug to, clockwise from to left: ‘Preposterous‘, Vanessa Foran, Johnny Keenan  Graham De Barra, Olga Cronin and Public Service Card-carrier Neil Curran, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Johnny and Graham joined us LIVE from the Vintage Inn, Stradbally, County Laois to discuss drug safety at Electric Picnic this weekend..

Graham is the founder of Cork-based Helpnotharm, which will have trained volunteers at the festival to look after Sarah Murphy rasher fried ‘revellers’.

He doled out class a wisdom on the subject of pharmaceutical harm prevention and music festivals. You may like him.

Meanwhile, Johnny, busy promoting the One Love direct provision festival, noticed a famous face at the Vintage Inn. Can you spot him @17.45 as we couldn’t.

Olga brought us new revelations on the attempted smearing of Garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe.

Father to be Neil and Vanessa, a mother, agreed on the benefit of vaccines but diverged wildly on the subject of ID cards.

Finally, ‘Preposterous’ came out as a conspiracy loon. What a loser!

Thanks all

SAFEYOLKSYOLKSYOLKSYOLKSYOKESYOKES

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Live from their own homes.

Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 11pm tonight streaming live above and on our YouTube channel.

Join a panel of your peers as they pore over the news of the week with fearless honesty and some rude words.

Tonight: ID cards, Vaccines and the Property Tax

PLUS the ‘sheet’s Olga Cronin and ‘Preposterous‘ will reveal everything you wanted to know about the Siteserv deal but were afraid to ask (probably because of legal concerns).

PLUS Johnny Keenan LIVE from Electric Picnic.

Thank you.

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Did you stay up?

A big, warm thank you to clockwise from top left: Marcel Krueger, Neil Curran, Preposterous and Johnny Keenan, our panel for last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly, the final one of the ‘silly’ season.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above. Some swearing.

Matters tackled included the housing crisis, with Cologne-born Marcel giving an outsider’s perspective, and Johnny’s One Love concert in support of those living in Direct Provision.

If you would like to take part in future shows please send short bio to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Broadsheet on the telly’.

All political persuasions welcome.

Thanks all.

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You are cordially invited….

Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 11.15 TONIGHT streaming live above and an our YouTube channel.

Watch as a panel of real people NOT pundits wrestle the stories of the week from the comfort of their homes.

Fearless honesty, controlled fury and some swear words.

Pets welcome.

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Stayed up last night?

A warm, embracing thank you to clockwise from top left: ‘Preposterous‘, Olga Cronin, Johnny Keenan and Neil Curran.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Distressingly, Olga found herself locked out of her own flat WITHOUT her house keys following a shift (newspaper subbing nothing naughty).

This left an all-male panel to expound on a variety of matters that included women’s forgetfulness the New World Order, the Leaving Cert and Neo-Nazis. Not in that order.

Some sweary bits.

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