Staying In Tomorrow?

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Bob Geldof

On The Late Late Show

Gareth Naughton writes:

Rock star and charity campaigner Bob Geldof will join Ryan Tubridy on Good Friday’s Late Late Show….

For 21 years Bryan Dobson anchored the main evening news on RTÉ, paying witness to some of the biggest events to happen on this island and beyond. He will discuss some of the most memorable and significant moments of his time helming Six One

New York based Corkonian comedian Maeve Higgins joins Ryan to chat about making a name for herself on the US scen

As he launches his new album, having signed a new record deal at the tender age of 71, Finbar Furey joins Ryan to chat about why his love for music is as strong as ever and he will be performing.

Hugh Wallace,Deirdre Whelan and new judge Patrick Bradley, will be discussing what it takes to be declared Home of the Year…

*heads to pub*

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Good Friday at 9.35pm.

6 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Oh, now! I read somewhere that it was good and watched the first 30 seconds of the first episode on the bus but it was a bit naughty so I turned it off in case the girl next to me thought I was some class of a perv. Is it as good as they say?

  1. Johnny Keenan

    I saw a documentary on RTÉ 1 last night called ‘Poverty Inc’.
    please see trailer here
    https://youtu.be/aqGQ1IRhdzg

    I would be really interested to hear Bob Geldof’s point of view about NGO’s and Charities making a serious financial killing in third world countries, that mentioned in this documentary or just oin general.

    What’s the bet this obvious question won’t be asked.

    So it begs the question why would RTÉ show a serious documentary ( at ridiculous O’clock on Wednesday night/Thursday morning) about western charities and rock stars missing the whole point of giving.
    Then to have one of the main people that the documentary focused on, live in a studio in RTÉ and not ask him his opinion.

    Like WTF??

    #IAmNotStupid
    So I refuse to let #RteBias think I am.

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