Johnny Logan after his Eurovision win in the Hague, 1980
On The Late Late Show…
Gareth Naughton writes:
Former Ireland and Leinster No 8 Jamie Heaslip will join Ryan Tubridy on Friday night to chat about his Grand Slam and Heineken Cup winning career.
As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to walk down the aisle for a wedding watched all around the world, long time chronicler of the British royal family Andrew Morton will be in studio.
Eurovision winners Johnny Logan and Secret Garden will be singing You Raise Me Up, the worldwide hit penned by Secret Garden’s Rolf Lovland and another Irish Eurovision winner, Brendan Graham.
Plus new music from Ash.
*gives telly to touring, hell-raising rock band*
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One at 9.35pm
Andrew Fupping Morton? Was the butler not available?
He’s hawking a book on Meghan.
Glad to say that I have never watched the LLS since Kenny and Tubridy were gifted it. The BS articles confirm my decision to be good.
Ash, huh? OK.
Johnny Logan was quite the dish, I must say….
When I was a student, we loaned our telly to The Divine Comedy.
Hardly ‘hell raising” but there you go…
did you get it back?
My mate is going to see Ben Folds this weekend. I’ve seen him, sez I, delighted still to be relevant.
Until I looked it up and saw that I saw him supporting The Divine Comedy in 2002.
Having said that, he was brilliant and so were they.
*makes mental note to throw on Whatever and Ever Amen” over weekend*