Staying In Tomorrow?


Shane MacGowan backstage at the National Concert Hall on his 60th birthday with President Michael D. Higgins, Johnny Depp and partner Victoria Mary Clarke.

On The Ray D’Arcy Show...

Sinéad Harrington writes;

On the week that he celebrated his 60th birthday, Shane McGowan and his partner Victoria Mary Clarke join Ray to talk about Monday night’s celebrations at the National Concert Hall.

The ‘Kerry babies’ story shocked the nation in 1984 and is now dominating the headlines again. Mary O’Rourke will join Ray on the couch to discuss how the country rose up after her impassioned speech on the treatment of Joanne Hayes at the Kerry Babies Tribunal.

Actor Marcus Lamb caused a stir as Dr. Oakley in Fair City and he joins Ray with his Mum, Geraldine Plunkett, to talk about following in her footsteps, family ties and memories of the much loved series Glenroe.

David Norris
will chat to Ray to talk about winning Celebrity Home of The Year, his 17 portraits and why he has written and recorded his own eulogy!

As well as all that Ray will be joined by the Liverpool fan from Cork, Richie Sheehy, who caught the attention of Noel Gallagher, Jamie Carragher and Robbie Fowler when he created one of the greatest Liverpool songs of all time.

The Ray D’Arcy Show at 9:45pm on RTÉ One.

Pic: Mark Stedman

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31 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

    1. Andrew

      you look at things as they are and say how, I dream of a real public service broadcaster we never had and say, why not?

    1. spudnick

      His transformation is even more amazing that McGowan’s. From floppy haired teenage girl crush to shrunken baldie.

  1. ReproBertie

    Opportunist media whore Mary O’Rourke claiming credit for the outcry against the way Joanne Hayes was treated.

    1. Blonto

      Mary O’Rourke – the mammy of the dail – now being cast as social crusader. Fiction category.

      1. Frilly Keane

        Even at this hour of her life
        Must be over 80 anyway
        There she is
        Still crying for attention

        The worst
        The worst
        Minister for Transport

        I’d say more but I’d be accused of bullying

  2. italia'90

    I’m pretty sure we could all have Homes of the Year if we were all as handsomely recompensed as Norris is for his commute to work. It was mentioned here earlier this week that he’s claimed over €50,000 for a 13 minute walk to work in Kildare street. Ok, ok, it might be a 20 minute walk on a busy day.

      1. italia'90

        My apologies Janet, but I did reply to you yesterday evening after 7 pm but it seems to have been deleted for whatever reason, perhaps it wasn’t deemed funny enough?

        Only Bodger can answer that, will you Bodger, pretty please?
        At least can you inform me why my comment wasn’t posted? Thank you.
        (I’ve been enjoying this site from nearly day one, now find myself in moderation for nearly 6 months now)

  3. Lilly

    Is Shane in a wheelchair? Last time I saw him he was in one too but I thought it was a temporary thing. Wouldn’t want to be married to him but love him all the same!

  4. Lilly

    And sure what else would Mary be doing. If it weren’t for the media gigs, she’d be hanging around the house taking one bath after another.

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