Staying In Tomorrow?


Broadcaster Joe Duffy

On The Late Late Show

Via the RTÉ press office:

Broadcaster Joe Duffy will join Ryan to chat about taking the pulse of the nation on Liveline as he revisits some of the standout stories that had the entire country roaring at their radios. Viewers will find out what happened next.

Paul Costelloe will chat about going from working as a door-to-door bible salesman to becoming one of Ireland’s most famous fashion designers. He’ll chat about surviving the recession and crafting some of the world’s most famous dresses as personal designer for Princes Diana.

As Guns N’ Roses prepare to rock Slane again, The Late Late Show will be looking back at some of the huge gigs that defined a generation with Lord Henry Mountcharles. From The Rolling Stones and U2 to a gig that Bruce Springsteen will never forget, he’ll be giving viewers the inside track on staging some of the biggest concerts Ireland has ever seen.

*places telly on barbecue*

The Late Late Show, Friday, RTÉ One at 9.35pm.

Pic: RTÉ

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29 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    ‘Joooooooooe Duffy, Taking the Pulse of the Nation’

    *in movie trailer voice*

    Begob they love interviewing each other. They couldn’t get Charles or Camila so the guy who designed clothes for Diana will do!

  2. Jimmy Ireland

    Joe Duffy and Ryan Tubridy in one place while all the security focus is on Prince Charles. Interesting.

  3. mildred st. meadowlark

    Another riveting Friday in store for us all. I hope you’ve bought the extra buttery popcorn and the really strong vodka, it’s gonna be WILD.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      I’ll be staying in. Catching up on the week’s recorded tv and waiting for Graham Norton. Though the fact that it’s on late because of that execrable NI show The Blame Game makes me think that all Irish comedy tv is just appalling, even when it’s funded by the BBC.

      1. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

        Sky box?
        You can tune in a different BBC region and you won’t have to wait.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Don’t start me. I can’t get Sky because of the massive trees in my garden which block the signal. It’s a cause of GREAT ANGER, and to be honest furious vengeance, in me.

          1. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

            Ah roysh, sorry to have intruded upon personal grief :)

  4. Lord Snowflakee

    look at Bodger there desperately trying to curry favour with cheap digs at RTE after setting off WWTwee yesterday

  5. Willie Banjo

    I believe his ‘Funny Friday’ is one of the most blatant breaches of the trades description act ever…

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      If we even had a ‘Trades Description Act ‘ – we so po’ we can’t afford one, Willie. Are you suggesting that Syl Fox and Noel V. Ginnity are not hilarious??

      1. Bertie "the inexplicable pleasure" Blenkinsop

        I watched a documentary about Sil a few years ago (he’s a member of our local golf club, that kinda piqued my interest tbh) and he came across as quite a downbeat and sad character, was quite moving.

    2. Johnny Keenan

      Yeah Willie. It makes the fermers merket seem justified with their artisan preduce while real business’s pay high rent and rates.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      As Bertie remarked last week to a similar pledge of self torture, ‘you can do that during the ads’.

  6. David

    If the Late Late is so sad & useless, and it is, why continue to print these stupid ‘Staying in tomorrow?’ posts?

      1. Johnny Keenan

        He has my name and I don’t wear a dress.
        Talk to me, you silly little freak!!!

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