Staying In Tomorrow?


Michael Harding

STOP staring.

On The Late Late Show...

Via RTE:

Celine Byrne, Gregory Porter and Pete Conway will join the RTÉ Concert Orchestra for three very special performances on The Late Late Show on Friday night.

In the week when Ireland recovered from the worst weather event in 50 years, The Late Late Show will pay tribute to the people across Ireland who helped minimise the impact of Storm Ophelia.

Also appearing on Friday night’s show will be actor, writer and raconteur Michael Harding, bringing viewers his unique blend of wit and wisdom.

Football legend Graeme Souness will be in studio to chat about everything..The stars of RTÉ2’s Salon Confidential will be in studio to give one lucky audience member a make-over.

…and we’ll be talking all things parenting with Maia Dunphy …[including] sleep deprivation, competitive parents and dirty nappies.

*cuts off own electricity*

The Late Late Show on RTÉ 1 at 9.35pm


21 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        I only remember Emlyn from that sports show. With Bill Beaumont on the other side. They were nice men.

        1. Bertie Blenkinsop

          Have you seen A Question of Sport lately?
          it’s horrendous, tuffnell and dawson are utterly charmless

      2. scottser

        lads, you couldn’t even pick an irishman? you wouldn’t have had a carragher or a gerrard without our own steve heighway.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            Actually, if we’re talking best ever Irish midfielders to play for Liverpool, it’s Ian Callaghan. Hands down. May even be the best ever. Definitely the best to play for Cork United.

            And on that, Stevie G is pretty much Irish too (although nothing on Callaghan as a player).

          2. Brother Barnabas

            Curiously enough, it was Souness who took Callaghan’s place on the team. Mid-30s then.

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