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Broadsheet on the Telly returns tomorrow, Thursday at 11.45.

Where real people and genuine news collide.

Streaming live here and on YouTube.

If you would a like a certain topic to be chewed over please leave suggestions below.

Also If you want to take part in future shows please send a short bio to Brtoadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Broadsheet on the Telly‘.

We will be hosting an ‘Ex-Pat Special’ on Thursday, March 16 and welcome bios from Irish people living ‘abroad’.

All ages, politics, and whatnot.

Last week: Some Feedback Feedback

Previously: Broadsheet on The Telly TONIGHT


Clockwise from top left: Neil, Johnny, Edel, Mike, Conor and Olga

It’s not a hostage video until they say so.

A very warm thank you to Conor McKeogh, Johnny Keenan, Olga Cronin, Edel Brady and Mike McGrath BryanBroadsheet on the Telly‘s panel from last night/early morning. Germany-born Dundalk-based Marcel Kreuger, could not appear as he was tending to his wife, who was involved in a minor traffic accident earlier yesterday.

Views were aired, tay was drunk and some measure of ‘chat’ was achieved despite a five-minute faulty mic feedback-athon. Thanks for your patience.

Broadsheet on the Telly episode 2 can be viewed in its raw entirety here.

If you would like to take part in future shows please send a short bio to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie.

We are working on all your suggestions and advice to make Broadsheet on the Telly a better viewing experience. Except the ‘nekkid’ idea. Thank you.


Our panel for tomorrow night’s Broadsheet on the Telly remains shy of what might be considered an ideal gender balance.

Despite repeated pleas for female company we are rushing headlong into another Thursday night/Friday morning ‘sausage-fest’.

If you are well-informed, chatty and a woman and would like to be on the telly please send a short bio to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Broadsheet on the Telly’ by 6pm today.

Yesterday: Your Face Here

Broadsheet On the Telly TONIGHT!


Broadsheet on the Telly returns on Thursday at 11.45pm .

If you would like to take part in this and future shows just send us a short bio to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Broadsheet on the Telly’ no later than 1pm tomorrow, Wednesday.

We would especially like to hear from women.


Previously: Thursdays Will Never be The Same Again

Boaodsheet On The Telly TONIGHT


The office 26 inch colour telly in  Karl’s den Broadsheet HQ last night


Thursday night’s panel, from top: Marcel, Johnny, Conor and Neil

Did you stay up?

A very warm thank you to Conor McKeogh, Neil Curran, Marcel Kreuger and Johnny Keenan, our panel last night on the first episode of Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show, produced by Mike McGrath Bryan, can be viewed here in its entirety.

Broadsheet on The Telly will air on the site at 11.45pm every Thursday.

If you have any suggestions, gripes or whatnot about any aspect of the show please share them below.

If you would like to take part in future broadcasts please contact Broadsheet on The Telly at broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

We will also aim to have the show available as a podcast from next week.

*flings remote*

Last Night : Broadsheet on the Telly Tonight!

Pic: Thanks Niall


Broadsheet on the Telly.

The independent, alternative talk show that’s been hours months in the making is ready to go LIVE!

A show where YOU discuss the stories of the day, probe the issues and HAVE a natter over a late night doobie martini tay.

And no one – not even your mother* – can tell you to shut up.

Broadcasting tonight and every Thursday at 11.30pm, on Broadsheet.ie and our YouTube channel.

Any excuse.

* unless it’s her gaff.

UPDATE: So as not to clash with Vincent Browne we will now commence at 11.45pm


Coming in February.

Broadsheet on the Telly*?

Probing interviews, free discussion, possible giggles and whatnot with YOU and other people who find it difficult to get on the telly proper.

If you feel you are ready (or know someone who might be ready) to take part in REGULAR three and, possibly four, way Skype discussions on the topics of today to be streamed LIVE on the ‘sheet please contact broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Broadsheet on the Telly’. Expats welcome.

Ident by Sam Fitzpatrick

* You Tube streamed live