Staying In Saturday?

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‘Sporty’ Spice Melanie C

Better get with her friends.

On The Ray D’Arcy Show...

Sinéad Harrington writes:

Fresh from his victory on Dancing With the Stars, Aidan O’Mahony joins Ray on the couch this Saturday night. The five-time All-Ireland winning footballer will chat about going from underdog to victor on the hit dance show. He’ll reveal what life is like now he’s back on the beat in his day job as a member of An Garda Siochána and how the arrival of his baby girl Lucia has changed his life.

Former Spice Girl Melanie C will discuss the changing face of the music business, the lasting legacy of Girl Power and the pressures of life in the public eye.

Aine Lawlor, will drop by this Saturday night. She will chat to Ray about highlights from her distinguished career in journalism, what she likes to do in her downtime and how cancer has never left her life.

Following the success of his nationwide tour author, actor and raconteur Michael Harding will join Ray to talk about sourcing

*pours hot jam down the back of telly*

The Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ One on Saturday at (the later than advertised) 10.25pm.

Pic: ZHI

 

25 thoughts on “Staying In Saturday?

      1. bertie blenkinsop

        I’m not here to educate you pet, half an hour on Spotify and you’ll be wearing a Union Jack dress to work in the morning.

        1. Jesus Wept

          They were derivitive crap to those wise enough to know,but to those with little wisdom they might have actually sounded new.They weren’t though.

  1. Otis Blue

    The DG would have you know that the licence fee would be good value at twice the current cost.

    Clearly, we need to respect our “betters”

  2. Eoin

    Ray D’Arcy was a decent straight man when Zig,Zag and Dustin were bouncing jokes off him. Someone at RTE must have assumed he was funny, charming, entertaining or intelligent and that he’d make a great chat show host. Obviously they never watched The Den. But Ray hasn’t got any of that. It’s painful to listen to him on the radio. TV isn’t going to be much better. I can only cringe so much in one week in Ireland. I usually avoid RTE altogether.

    1. Goodnight Ireland

      You have hit the nail on the head. He got lucky on the den with the lads. In fairness he is not helped by the rubbish they get on the show. Brendan O Connor was much better on that slot

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Brendan O’Connor is MUCH better now he’s not a jerkwad around town with Barry Egan. He was always smart and funny, but the funny was mean and he was immensely arrogant. Life has thrown a few curveballs at him and he’s much the better for it.

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