Staying In Tomorrow?


Paloma Faith

On The Late Late Show

Gareth Naughton writes:

As Ireland prepare to battle it out in the Six Nations, one of the greats of the Irish game, Brian O’Driscoll joins host Ryan Tubridy to chat about the team’s chances.

Brit award winning singer-songwriter and retro style icon Paloma Faith will be in studio to chat about her chart-topping career in music and her upcoming tour.

We’ll be catching up with Dancing with the Stars rivals Bernard O’Shea and Anna Geary, along with two of the show’s professional dancers Karen Byrne and Ryan McShane…

As they get ready to take to the Gaiety Theatre stage in the comedy ART, Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson will be in studio to chat about reviving the Tony award winning play.

And with stress and anxiety on the rise in Ireland, journalist Jennifer O’Connell and neuroscientist Professor Ian Robertson will launch a groundbreaking new countrywide research project aimed at getting a unique insight into the well-being of the nation.

*opens second bottle of Muff*

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One at 9.35pm

Pic: Rex

11 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Not On Your Nelly

    Why not promote who is on Graham Norton?

    As you don’t do ads. Why not promote quality tv?

    1. The Ghost of Starina

      the gummy smile and huge eyebrows always make me wince, though. but that’s just me. also, she’s relevant how?! when was the last time she had a hit?

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        She was on Graham Norton last week singing some new song, so BOOM! I’m more up to date than you. And that’s saying something, as my only ticket for this year is to see A-Ha in Cork.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Awwwww! They sold out fairly fast.
            I remember seeing Take on Me on Saturday Superstore and thinking it was the GREATEST SONG I HAD EVER HEARD! Also, I felt funny in my tummy seeing Morten.

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            I even like their recent stuff, I’ve a good feeling two will turn up, people will be on holliers.

          3. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I must listen to it. I’m a “Headlines and Deadlines The Hits of A-Ha” kinda gal.

  2. ivan

    I saw Art in That London years ago. It’s about three friends, and one of ’em buys a painting that, IIRC, is actually just a blank canvas. None of them ‘get’ what The Work is about, and it deals with how their relationships move on, through the prism of the appreciation of art.

    Neither me or me two pals who came along ‘got’ what the play was really trying to say, though we remain on good terms to this day (despite them insisting on paying me the £25 quid admission fee, which i felt bad about taking)

    Which is all rather meta, I suppose, isn’t it.

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