And It Stoned Me


Did you remember to watch?

You forgot?

No. Worries. Man.

A big, warm hug to, clockwise from top left: Richy Sheehy & Johnny Keenan; Vanessa Foran; ‘Preposterous‘; Dan BoyleMarc ‘Prince of Pot’ Emery, Niall Neligan and Vera Twomey, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.

To celebrate our 60th episode, we held a 420 special covering all aspects of the struggle to legalise cannabis in Ireland.

Vera took us through her fight to obtain a licence for cannabis oil for her daughter Ava, Canada-born Marc eloquently recalled his own 30-year campaign (five of them in prison) while Niall, from the law department at DIT, explained the business behind the global ‘Green Rush’.

A rousing, Richie Sheehy (with Johnny at an undisclosed location; both possibly pickled on ‘jazz cigarettes’) closed the evening with his aged, yet timely, ‘The Cannabis Tree’.

Some light swearing.

Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly


We mistakenly omitted the ‘sheet‘s Olga Cronin (above) from our ‘Brady Bunch‘ panel above.


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One thought on “And It Stoned Me

  1. anne

    C’mon ffs…stop mixing up medical THC for people who need it, with getting stoned.

    Vera was great btw.. Leo Vladimir lied to the wrong woman.

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