BBC this morning.
Thanks Donal Quinn and Paddy O’Reilly.
After five and a half years reading comics and promoting Irish animation, Liam and Craig of The Comic Cast, Ireland’s #1 Comic Book Podcast, are calling it a day.
The final episode is online now.
Five and a half years.
A pair of Marvels.
Picture: Ben Keenan
Ma Kai, Vice Premier of China at at the Digital Hub, Dublin today. Mr Ma Kai, who is on a two-day visit to Ireland, is responsible for China’s “economic policy and investment”. He’s buying the pints tonight.
UPDATE: An earlier version of this post used the term ‘defiantly inscrutable’. We realise this was completely inappropriate and apologise for any offence caused.
(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)
More Filming of Brendan O’Carroll’s Mrs. Brown D’Movie on Ormond Quay, Dublin today.
Thanks Killian O’Brien
The Irish team for the Deaf Olympics,
Cabra, Dublin, this afternoon.
Sabrina Ryan writes:
I was out at the Deaf Village in Cabra today for the launch of the Deaflympics teams heading to Sofia [Bulgaria next week. I was startled to see a rather huge gap where the press usually are, aside from myself and a bloke. Such a shame to see these fine athletes not getting the attention they deserve…so much COYBIG!
On US telly last night.
Conor Pierce writes:
My friend, Paul Hendrick (at 3.32) managed to get himself on [ABC's] Jimmy Kimmel Live last night while we’re over here [visiting Hollywood, Los Angeles] on a J1, making a fool of himself and/or our nation in general, he’s a whore for attention so a lot more would be greatly appreciated.
Why do all the good ones go?