Did you stay up?

A warm hug to, clockwise from top left: Neil Curran, ‘Preposterous‘. Johnny Keenan, Lucky Khambula and Olga Cronin, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

The show can be viewed in its entirety (above).

Lucky, from the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland (Masi) spoke about eviction threats to residents in Direct Provision centres who have either been granted asylum or are under deportation notices.

Meanwhile, Neil defended Michael O’Leary, Olga teased out developments in the Disclosures Tribunal and Johnny shared his disgust with apathy.

It got a little sweary.


Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly on Broadsheet

6 thoughts on “Lucky Strikes

  1. Mé Féin

    I can’t stand more than two minutes of that South Dublin humming and hawing (and I’m from that area). The lad with the red hair. Needs editing.

    1. Frilly Keane

      Ah shurr’up
      The pair of ye

      There’s no show without JpR

      Go to his bridge into the Ryan Air segment
      In fact that whole segment is one’ve their best since BS.TV started
      IMO anyway

      Ans if you’re still looking to act the starts with B
      Ends in X
      The Conspiracy Episode
      Was Savage Stuff

      1. rotide

        What episode was that? i haven’t watched this poo in a long time but I’d imagine Bodger talking about conspiracies is gas stuff altogether

        1. Frilly Keane

          T’was a few weeks ago
          Electric Picnic weekend
          I remember that ’cause Johnny Kingston had a lad with him and they were in some pub in Stradbally

Comments are closed.