Staying In Tomorrow?


Government chief whip Regina O’Doherty

On The Ray D’Arcy Show

Sinéad Harrington writes:

Following this week’s hugely dramatic events in Fair City, actors Johnny Ward and Amilia Stewart (Ciaran and Katy) will join Ray on the couch this Saturday night.

Fresh from his tour of Australia, funnyman Jason Byrne will be in studio to tell Ray all about his recent exploits and to have fun with some unsuspecting members of the audience!

As the Fine Gael party meets to choose our next Taoiseach, Government Chief Whip Regina Doherty TD drops by to give her perspective on Enda Kenny’s decision to step down and to outline her hopes for the future.

Also two years on from Ireland’s historic marriage equality referendum, Ray will catch up with the one and only Panti Bliss (aka Rory O’Neill), who has also agreed to act as judge and mentor to our very special guest performers in the grand finale of this year’s Ray D’Arcy Show Lip Sync battle.

Seems like a decent mix.

*lights hair on fire*

The Ray D’Arcy Show this Saturday at 9:35pm on RTÉ One.


13 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Willie Banjo

    Typo there BS. I think ‘to outline her hopes for the future’ should read ‘to outline her hopes for her future’.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          I didn’t think much of Malaysia or Thailand but the Burmese section of the travel show was very interesting.

  2. ollie

    I wonder if D’Arcy will ask Regina O’Doherty about her flagrant abuse of Company law
    Failure to keep proper Company accounts
    Withholding information from her auditors
    Taking cash out of the company for personal use in contravention of Company Law

    No investigation, no punishment.

    And the icing on the cake:
    “She said that once she and her husband liquidated the company, they were not entitled to social welfare.

    “The only reason there was food put on our table was because my parents and Declan’s parents got us through” sais O’Doherty.
    This was after her company was liquidated which was 2 years after she became a TD.
    Poor Regina, €90k salary, €46k expenses, 3 rental properties and her Mammy had to buy her food

  3. tommy d

    No, instead he will ask her what her what her favourite colour is she will answer and he will nod and say “yeah”.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      God, he’s atrocious. Ryan “Did your brother’s death make you sad, did it? (sincere but hopeful tone)” Tubridy is only marginally better.

  4. ollie

    “As the Fine Gael party meets to choose our next Taoiseach”
    Sinéad Harrington I think you’ll find that Fine Gael are choosing a new leader. A Taoiseach is nominated by TDs and appointed by the President.

  5. Spaghetti Hoop

    You lost me at “Following this week’s hugely dramatic events in Fair City,….”

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