Game of Thrones.
Season 6, episode 5.
Wait for it.
Thanks Rory Bradley
Enjoy ‘Game of Thrones’ obsessively?
Melanie O’Connor writes:
Do you know your Starks from your Lannisters? Do you fancy a chance at being ruler of the seven kingdoms, however, brief?
The Ray D’Arcy Show is giving some Game of Thrones superfans the chance to take a seat on the iconic Iron Throne live in studio, this Saturday night. They may also get the opportunity to show their GOT knowledge on the programme too!
If you’re a Game of Thrones superfan or know someone who is and would like the chance to sit on the Iron Throne all you have to do is send an email with the subject line ‘Game of Thrones’ to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what makes YOU the ultimate Game of Thrones fan.
The Ray D’Arcy Show this Saturday night on RTÉ One at 9.45pm.
Radio Direland writes:
This is an important public service announcement about the consequences of a Brexit for Ireland and its Game Of Thrones fans. We can only hope that the people of Ireland vote for the correct outcome in the referendum this Thursday. *WARNING: Contains some GOT spoilers, although you probably know them by now anyway as they’re a few seasons old (mostly)*
Game of Thrones Spoiler alert.
Stephen Murphy writes:
Made this short video essay about the latest season of Game of Thrones and its story structure problems. Spoilers abound so this is one for those who are up to date on season 6.
Previously: It Will Never Catch On
Want to own Brian O’Driscoll’s soiled cast-off boots?
Solas Project are holding a prize draw to raffle off the very boots B.O.D wore in Ireland’s Rugby World Cup 2011 victory over Australia in an effort to raise €10k to fund its mentoring and social development activities.
The competition runs from today until Thursday 22nd October. Entries can be made by texting “Boots” to 50300 and all texts will cost €6
Name that voiceover artist.
Angie from Target McConnells ad agency, writes:
Here at TMcC we’re obsessed with Game of Thrones. Given the day that’s in it, we did a bit of research and couldn’t help but notice some uncanny similarities between the GoT characters and some of Dublin’s most loved statues. What do you reckon? [More at link below]
Name those statues and characters anyone?