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Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 10pm tonight streaming LIVE (above) and on our You Tube Channel.

A panel of old and new friends will discuss the news of the week with fearless honesty, a strong brew and the occasional stimulant.

Topics under debate will include homelessness, Geldof/Bono, the failed World Cup rugby bid, the recent Sunday Times pol,l Direct Provision and Fine Gael trolls and more. Olga will also go over the latest weirdness in the Maurice McCabe saga.

Join us for the full TWO hours, dip in and out or watch it at a later date. The choice is yours.

Some ‘blue’ language.

Apologies.

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You wanted the world

We gave you 120 minutes.

A warm thank you to, clockwise from top left: Olga Cronin, ‘Preposterous‘, Vanessa Foran, Stephen Garland, Neil Curran and Luke Brennan, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Topics under the panel’s withering gaze included John Halligan, Trackers, The Gate, pottery in Ireland, Saudi Arabia and the death of Seth Rich.

Minimal swearing.

Thanks all.

Details on Stephen’s final fundraiser before going for stem cell treatment in Russia can be found here.

Luke’s mum Helena Brennan’s pottery is available to view and purchase here

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You give us 120 minutes.

We’ll give you the world.

Broadsheet on the Telly returns tonight at 10pm streaming live (above) and on our YouTube channel.

Expect a panel of your peers, a couple of special guests and the occasional pet devour the news of the week, deftly separating fact from fakery.

The show now lasts a staggering, ad-free TWO hours.

Drop in, drop out. Mute the sound. Make tea. Return. Put the cat/bins out. Spark a fattie Prepare an adult beverage. Repeat. Return. We’ll still be there nattering.

Moderate swearing a possibility.

Sorry.

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Did you stay awake up?

A warm, enfolding thank you to, clockwise from top left, Olga Cronin, Vanessa Foran, Marcel Kreuger, Martin McMahon and ‘Preposterous’, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Sadly, Johnny Keenan and Neil Curran were no shows. Colic blamed in both cases. And Belfast-based guest Shayna O’Neill slept it out.

The panel, meanwhile, mulled over the issues surrounding Michael Colgan’s tenure at the Gate Theatre and Martin broke down the bogus self employment scheme that CHEATS us all.

Brief swearing.

Sorry.

Details on Martin’s book Ramshorn Republic mentioned on the show can be found here.

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You are cordially invited…

…to join a panel of your peers PLUS two special guests as they comb through the stories of the week like a brand spanking new Mason Pearson hair brush.

Broadsheet on the Telly
returns at 10pm streaming LIVE into your homes (above) and on our You Tube Channel.

Dirty linen to be aired may include Catalonia, conspiracy facts, Colgan and GateGate,

Some swearing only to be expected.

Sorry.

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Last night.

A warm thank you to , clockwise from top: Neil Curran, Derek Mooney, ‘Preposterous‘, Tony Groves, Johnny Keenan and Olga Cronin, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show, which aired at the new time of 10pm, can be viewed in its entirety above.

Topics tackled included tracker scandal, Tom Humphries and the release of files on the JFK assassination.

The latter allowed lone nutter ‘Preposterous’ to once again question an official story. What a feeble-minded conspiracy loontard!

A little light swearing.

Plus: Spot the tortoise?

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No more late starts!

No more lie-ins!

Broadsheet on the Telly
returns tonight at the earlier time of 10pm sharp streaming LIVE (above) and on our YouTube Channel.

Join a panel of your peers as they tackle the thorniest topics of the week with honesty and an adult beverage.

Among tonight’s panel will be Broadsheet columnists Derek Mooney and Tony Groves.

Topics under discussion will probably include Trackers and the Central Bank, Tom Humphries and the release of classified files on the JFK assassination.

Salty language a possibility.

So sorry.

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Did you stay up?

A warm thank you to, clockwise from top left ‘Preposterous‘, Olga Cronin, Vanessa Foran, Johnny Keenan and new dad Neil Curran, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

After last week’s no-show, producer ‘Preposterous’ managed to bring proceedings on air only 30 minutes late. Hmm.

The show can be viewed in its entirety above.

Neil discussed his brand new baby daughter Sadie, Olga broke the news of Ibrahim Halawa’s release and Vanessa (in front of a snazzy backdrop) predicted further trackergeddon to the bristling fury of Johnny.

A rash of rude words ensued.

Sorry.

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After last week’s no show, Broadsheet on the Telly returns TONIGHT at 11pm streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Unwisely, ‘Preposterous’ took a pre-telly nap last Thursday leaving panel and viewers stranded in cyberspace. He’s very sorry.

Join a panel of your peers (including new dad Neil Curran) as they devour the news of the week.

Topics under discussion may include tracker mortgages and The Eight Amendment and Leo’s spingasm.

It might get sweary.

Sorry.

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Broadsheet on the Telly did not broadcast last night due to unforeseen circumstances.

We are very sorry to viewers and our guests (Vanessa Foran, Johnny Keenan, new father Neil Curran. Olga Cronin, Tony Groves and Derek Mooney).

‘Preposterous’, who produces the show, fell into a deep sleep earlier in the evening and was impossible to contact. While in no mitigation the recent workload on the site with the disclosures tribunal and whatnot has left all of us dramatically pooped.

‘Preposterous’ is extremely apologetic and painfully embarrassed and will make it up to everyone next week.

Again, very sorry.

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