Broadsheet on the Telly TONIGHT

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Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 11.45 tonight streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

If you would like the panel to tackle a particular subject please leave details below.

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And if you are living abroad you can join our Ex-Pat Special on March 16.

Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly Episode 3

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20 thoughts on “Broadsheet on the Telly TONIGHT

  1. mildred st. meadowlark

    What topics are we arguing about tonight?

    What exactly is LJG hiding under that strange plastic mask he calls a face?

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Did you really??!

        That’s enough to drive a person to tears, or perhaps the surreptitious hiring of hitmen. Either. Both.

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            Ugh. Have a strong drink and possibly think about the hitman. It’s always an option.

  2. Janet, I ate my avatar

    so late…so sleepy, and I wanted to clock my fellow emigrants /immigrants, those braver than I

  3. Tony

    Do any of tonight’s panel have the courage to reveal their commenter identities yet? It would be nice to know is all

  4. Panty Christ

    I tuned in when olga spoke about more whistleblowers coming forward and being emboldened and so on.

    Blowing the whistle on wrongdoing in America is rewarded financially but here it gets you dead and buried. It’s a heroic and patriotic act.

    Furthermore, if you need a protected disclosure to be acted on you must deliver it to one of the State’s far reaching tentacles, be it a minister or a judge. The state is there to protect itself from its citizens, to keep them in line and destroy subversives.

    I don’t know who the state serves or what its goal or purpose is. Perhaps the real sinister fringe are the top officers in the civil service and the government of the day.

  5. Tony

    Every time I tune in it’s yer man Johnny A banging on. Let someone else speak for jaysus sakes

  6. Johnny Keenan

    Tony I was asked a question and I contribute accordingly, that’s the way it works. If I was hogging the conversation i’m sorry. I’ll curb my enthusiasm for you if i’m on next week. Maybe you could come on and bang on. The other panellists are very interesting so I will let them speak of course. Thanks for the heads up man.
    Peace!

  7. Anne

    About half way through there..Just said I’d mention in relation to Ava Twomey, Johnny said a few times she’s 3..she actually 7.

    Btw the reason a paediatric neurologist won’t prescribe medical cannabis that contains THC is because THC is an illegal substance in Ireland.

    Simon Harris keeps moving the goal posts each time Vera goes to meet him.

    I’m not really for any recreational use of cannabis myself. I think the effects are not really discussed..particuraly in potent forms…but in the case of neurological problems like epilepsy and MS or the effects from chemotherapy, it’s been shown to work for people. I mean to make a comparison, morphine and pain killers are very effective for medical use, but can be abused recreationally. We still use them..or is the problem that the pharmacuetical companies won’t be able to cash in if medical cannabis is made available? Or are we just dealing with more incompetence from the gov and simon harris – who doesn’t even want to be in the job. the pipsquek. smiley face, emoji haha..according to the WhatsApp shenanagins.

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