Staying In Tomorrow Night?


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RTÉ reporter Teresa Mannion and Ian Kehoe, editor of the Sunday Business Post

Tomorrow night.

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

Gareth Naughton writes:

Amy Huberman and Neil Morrissey will join host Ryan Tubridy in studio to chat about their hit new legal drama Striking Out… With the much anticipated Dancing with the Stars launching this weekend, we’ll be meeting three contenders – Hughie Maughan, Teresa Mannion and Des Cahill – and their dancing partners.

RTÉ’s US correspondent Caitriona Perry will be giving viewers an insight into what it was like to cover the Trump circus, where it went wrong for Hillary Clinton, how things are shaping up now…

We’ll be getting the lowdown on the vulture funds quietly buying up the country … from The Great Irish Sell Off’s Ian Kehoe.

Singer Connor McKeon will pay tribute to the music icons we lost in 2016 with a very special performance and country music star Derek Ryan will be in studio with his latest hit.

And…we’ll be chatting with actor and raconteur Michael Harding, The Rubberbandits’ Blindboy Boatclub and Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope writer Stefanie Preissner.

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27 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow Night?

  1. Rainy Day

    So RTE chat show is primarily acting as an advertising piece for current / future RTE shows….

  2. Daddy

    More RTE interviewing RTE. What a nonsense.

    I wonder will Caitriona Perry be de-briefed at the US embassy after her appearance on the LLS. She’s no Carole Coleman.

  3. Harry Molloy

    I really like Catriona Perry, she’s had a hell of a busy year across the pond too!

    On another note, this place seems to have gotten incredibly aggressive since new years

    1. Loan Some Cow Boy

      People are probably pissed off being a bit further in debt and back at work with limited hours of sunlight and nursing hangovers. What’s your excuse?

    2. Daddy

      Catriona Perry is a soft reporter. No challenging of US policy and she’ll be the same when Trump is in. Her job is to report but not upset the Ballsbridge office.

      RTE should have at least two or three correspondents across the US.

      1. Harry Molloy

        Is it her role to be critical or to report facts? certainly if she interviews she should challenge views but I haven’t seen her interview

      1. Martco

        now in fairness there’s something going on with her for me too…but no way yer wan Byrne- that voice of hers wrecks it

        1. Anne

          Whatcha mean ‘no way’? I hate to break this to ye but they wouldn’t touch off ye with a barge pole.

        1. Daddy

          “Very competent ladies both though”

          As in.. good little girls, easy on the eye and pleasant?

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