Staying In Tomorrow Night?



Philip Cairns

Tomorrow night, on RTE One at 9.35pm.

The Late Late Show.

Gareth Naughton writes:

Rugby hero Paul O’Connell and Game of Thrones actor Liam Cunningham will join Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show this week.

Limerick legend O’Connell will chat about what life is like now that he has hung up his boots….Liam Cunningham recently visited the Syrian refugee camps in Jordan. He joins Ryan in studio to talk about what he saw and why he’s angry about it.

Pippa O’Connor will help three eager volunteers revamp their winter wardrobe… Smalltown star Pat Shortt will be in studio to chat about his new film The Flag, an irreverent take on 1916.

We’ll also catch up with writer and raconteur Michael Harding and it has been 30 years since 13-year-old schoolboy Philip Cairns vanished. Prime Time’s Barry Cummins will talk viewers through Philip’s case alongside the cases of some of Ireland’s most high-profile missing persons from Annie McCarrick to Esra Uyrun and the families of Deirdre Jacob and Trevor Deely will be in studio to tell their stories.

Music from The Three Amigos, Nickelback and Mick Flannery.

24 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow Night?

  1. ahjayzis

    When are you guys going to start plugging Nationwide and reviewing each issue of Ireland’s own?

    A knitting pattern feature would be great too!

    1. Harry Molloy

      hay nationwide is actually fantastic, tv for everyone, no matter where you live.

      it’s no Hands but it ain’t bad

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Hands? I just looked it up and I can’t remember it. I’m RAGING. I thought I watched everything on RTE in those days.
          And yes, Nationwide is lovely. Lovely ladies presenting lovely things.

          1. Neilo

            It was an absolutely wonderful programme. At the remove of several decades, it’s now an elegiac look at skilled crafts all but lost to the nation. You won’t even mind the Eamonn Mac Thomais narration in parts.

          2. Caroline™

            RTE Jr had a nice little programme recently called Makers, which was ever so slightly reminiscent of Hands, but for kids. Of course you can’t see it on the RTE Player so I don’t know why I’m telling you this.

        2. Deluded

          A firm favourite of mine was To the Waters and the Wild by Gerrit van Gelderen, he produced much of these programmes himself, filming, editing, narrating and with wonderful watercolour illustrations of his subjects.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      The attempt to pin it on the dead paedo didn’t work. Who’s being protected by this cover up?

    2. dan

      Exactly Jusayin.
      There will be no mention of the pedo shopkeeper who got his own daughter pregnant and assaulted a special needs girl.
      No mention of the barber
      No mention of the singing priest

  2. Cool_Hand_Lucan

    Nickleback & Mick Flannery, the the super-group Ireland deserves, but not the one it needs right now.

  3. Feidlim MacSásta

    Hush children, stare into RTE’s eyes, believe everything they say. Hush now child… hush…. maintain… maintain…

  4. 8den

    Nickelback on the Late Late Show, RTE have achieved the impossible and made the worst tv program in history and thats a scientific fact!

  5. rory

    No mention of Mary Boyle in the section about high profile missing persons. But judging from Barry Cummins’ previous coverage of the case, maybe that’s not a bad thing.

  6. Truth in the News

    One wonders if Cummins has been missing too as he has never exerted himself in relation to Mary Boyle
    how come he’s now used as a space filler on Tubridy, he will be also able to fill us in on Guards too
    Any chance Tubridy will invite Gemma O’Doherty on the show as she knows a thing or two on how you get
    Penalty Points cancelled, incidentally they never published a list of those so fortunate to have them absolved.

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