Staying In Tomorrow?


Is the smell of fresh rolled cut grass filling up your senses?

On The Ray D’Arcy Show

There will be a celebration on The Ray D’Arcy Show this Saturday night, as the Hothouse Flowers join Ray to mark the 30 year anniversary of their hit ‘Don’t Go‘. Released in 1988, the album ‘People’ was one of the most successful debut album in Ireland. The band will join Ray in studio for a special performance and a look back through their song book.

Sr. Stan will be in studio to tell Ray about her lifelong battle against social inequalities and her thoughts on the future of the Church as she marks her sixtieth year of religious life.

And model Alannah Beirne and her rugby star brother Tadhg will drop by to chat to Ray. Alannah will reveal how she’s feeling facing into the first week of the dreaded dance off on Dancing with the Stars and Tadhg will discuss his flourishing rugby career…


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

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10 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

    1. postmanpat

      At least with Pat Kenny he was just extremely awkward. Remember when Ray “bravely” used the f word on the radio one morning and it supposedly got a couple of complaints from the public? Id say his little heart was racing and his hands were shaking afterward.

  1. scottser

    don’t go. didn’t they slap that in the middle of a eurovision one time? to promote tourism?
    so is there nothing contemporary they could feature instead of celebrating a 30 year old musical footnote?

    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      “oh No,
      is this the only song we know,
      we’re in the Eurovision show,
      stick around and make some dough”….
      was the joke at the time

  2. Joan Burton

    Is Sr Stan on to explain why her order won’t cough up for the redress scheme ? Though I hear she does a lot for charity but doesn’t like to talk about it.

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