Staying In Tomorrow?

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Georgia Toffolo

On The Ray D’Arcy Show

Sinéad Harrington writes:

Made in Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo will chat to Ray about her “I’m A Celebrity” success, her friendship with Stanley Johnson, her love of politics and partying at Helen Mirren’s house after the Oscars!

Fresh from Can’t Stop Dancing Bláthnaid Treacy and her mum Anne will join Ray on the couch.

One year on from the anniversary of his wife Tina’s disappearance Richard Satchwell will talk to Ray about what the last year has been like for him and the hope he has that his wife will be found safe.

Ten years from the anniversary of his death, Christy Hennessey’s children Hermione, Amber and Tim will pay tribute to the man who had great hits like “Messenger Boy” and “Don’t Forget Your Shovel if You Want to Go to Work”.

*ingests Tide Pod*

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

Pic: Rex

19 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Christy Moore did “Don’t forget your shovel”, not Christy Hennessy.
    Typing the name Christy is making me look at it in a different way. Christ-y.

    I don’t know why I care enough to post this, but I do. I really do.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Ah. Well I look like a right plonker now for stating it definitively rather than asking a question.

    1. rotide

      Christy Moore sang it
      Christy hennessy wrote it.

      Like Prince and Nothing Compares 2 U and Sinead O Connor

      and, top trivia fact of the day, Bob Dylan and Wagon Wheel and Various eejits like Nathan Carter

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        First time I ever heard that song (Wagon Wheel) was in a cafe in Clonakilty where they were playing a very nice version (as I found out later when I asked) by the West Cork Ukulele Orchestra.

        I’m a right fool. I got free tickets to see Fleetwood Mac and was surprised when they played the Corr’s song Dreams. For realz.

    1. Neilo

      Credit to Toff: her shoulder-robing skills are every bit the equal of Mark-Francis and Victoria’s.

      1. Neilo

        Jesus, rotide, I wasn’t aware things had got so rocky between us *whips rolled-up towel at rotide’s hindquarters*

    1. dhaughton99

      Can I come? I’ll buy you a kebab.
      Or you can come to mine for a bit of Max Mosley.

  2. Blonto

    Why have Richard Satchwell on?
    He has been all over independent.ie for months. Comes across as a very, very strange situation.

    1. Joe Small

      Yes, appearing on Ray Darcy while there’s a large-scale Garda dig on for your wife’s body is an odd one alright.

    2. Otis Blue

      Car crash television.

      It’s hard to what or who’s purpose this might serve. Exploitative rubbish.

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