Staying In Tomorrow Night?



Olivia O’Leary.

The nation’s sweetheart.


Melanie O’Connor writes:

Broadcaster and journalist Olivia O’Leary will be on The Saturday Night Show [RTÉ One]  to talk career, family and to give her thoughts on the current state of the nation.
Plus…all too often older people are seen as a problem and old age is treated like a disease with the elderly being shoved into nursing homes. Chairperson of McAuley Place in Naas Margharita Solan believes there is another way and what’s more she’s proving it.
[Host] Brendan [O’Connor] chats to a number of award-winning Irish food producers Catherine Buggy of Boutique Bake, David Llewellyn of Llewellyn’s Orchard, James Nolan of Nolan Butchers and Jack Kirwan of Sprout & Co about the growing demand for natural, home-grown produce in Ireland. Plus live in studio, Villagers…

The Saturday Night Show, RTÉ One, 21.45, Saturday.

8 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow Night?

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    I’ve a lot of respect for O’Leary.
    I also like home-grown produce.
    Still not enough for me to watch that awful show with that awful presenter.

  2. Jane

    No ex Big Brother contestants? No people from UK based (non) talent shows?

    Well, I’m not watching.

    1. Mr. T.

      She’s well and truly establishment material, for all her pretense otherwise.

  3. Mr. T.

    “The nation’s sweetheart.”

    Another middle class personality cult with nice hair being pushed by RTE.

    She’s just a Mirrenesque sexy granny that people are drawn to because they’re conditioned to think people who look and talk as she does are wiser and to be admired… even adored.

  4. Terry Crone

    Her radio “column” is pretension itself. That vocal delivery. Oh, how we’ve matured as a nation (which, obvs, doesn’t include the north).

    Part of the Dalkey bien-pensant set who pontificate like modern day Archbishop McQuades

  5. Dublinentendre

    Curious the way RTE of late seems to have eliminated all content entirely from their broadcasting to now just presenting the presenters of the content…as the content.
    Media narcissism run riot.

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