Staying In Tomorrow Night?



From top: Ruth Negga; Shay Healy

Tomorrow night.

On the Late Late Show on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm.

Gareth Naughton writes:

With Oscar buzz building and her cover of US Vogue (above) landing on newsstands, Limerick actress Ruth Negga will join Ryan on the Late Late… chatshow king Michael Parkinson will be dropping by… Des Bishop will be telling viewers about casting a satirical eye over Irish current affairs in his new RTÉ2 show…  veteran broadcaster Charlie Bird, ‘Walking in the Air’ singer Aled Jones will also be appearing, as will Eurovision-winning songwriter and Nighthawks broadcaster Shay Healy who will also a perform a song.


With a new documentary ‘Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village’ set to hit TV screens, we’ll be looking at the Knock phenomenon with descendants of the original visionaries and volunteers who work at the Shrine.


…music from The Hothouse Flowers.

Pic: E!/RTÉ

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14 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow Night?

  1. Jonickal

    Is it a Late Late Cliché Special tomorrow night?

    Des Bishop, Charlie Bird, Shay Healy, Hothouse Flowers … and a documentary about Knock. All we’re missing is Fr. Brian D’Arcy.

      1. newsjustin

        The LLS was better in1987 though, that’s the thing.

        The LLS was and is better when it’s oddball, lucky-dip kind of guests and topics. Chasing celebrities almost always ends badly for them.

    1. Richard Pound

      Old people & culchies with no internet that’s about it. The figures are so low overall that tv advertising prices are at a all time low.

  2. Fully Keen

    If you sit down on a Friday night and watch this show in its totality from start to finish you are wrong. Wrong in so many ways you don’t even know who wrong you are.

    And I pity you.

    It’s alarming to think people actually sit down and are excited to watch 72 hours of ads and competitions that cost €15 to enter.

    If you have kids and no decent broadband I can maybe understand but if you are under 40 and watch this show and enjoy it you are broken in the head.

    Maybe I’m wrong. Popular must mean it’s good. That’s how it works, I’m sure.

  3. Black and white

    Parkinson interviewed by Tubridy, poor Michael’s gast will be well and truly flabbered by how low his profession has sank.

  4. peter81

    Wow does she look stunning, good for her. It sounds like this is a terrific break after years of work.

    (She’s a bit of a Fassbender though, born in Ethiopia but we’ll have her while the goings good :)

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