London Calling To The Zombies of Death


Ryan Tubridy will host The Late Late Show from London this evening.

Staying in tonight?

Care to meet Official Ireland’s chosen diaspora and assorted chancers?

Gareth Naughten writes:

Tonight’s  show, will be a celebration of the Irish in Britain and their contribution to their adopted country.

Ryan will be chatting with some of the Irish people who have made a splash in showbiz and others who have been making waves in their own fields.

…Graham Norton, Brendan O’Carroll, Nigel Farage, Alastair Campbell, Laura Whitmore, Angela Scanlon, Mick McCarthy, Eamonn Holmes, Imelda May and Barry McGuigan.

No Richard Corrigan?


Ó Briain?

Was it for this, anyone?

The Late Late Show London special at 9.35pm on RTÉ 1.

Pic via RTÉ

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41 thoughts on “London Calling To The Zombies of Death

  1. Rugbyfan

    I shall be watching Netflix….much better value for money than the TV licence.

    Repeal the TV licence fee!

    1. anne

      yeah, a tenner a month & you get some quality series to watch whenever suits ya..

      or 160 a year, with some weirdos knocking on your door, leaving leaflets with threats in your letterbox, all to watch this spoofer.

      1. anne

        I saw RTE will start on season 2 of Mr. Mercedes with Brendan Gleeson around the end of this month.. I think I’ll be on Ep 8 on Netflix around then.

        RTE should be paying me to watch them in fairness. Staying in? Bored to tears? ara go on, you know you need a bit of a cringin’

  2. Why do I even care?

    I wish someone would put this guy out of our misery
    every time I hear his voice or see him I want to puke my ring

  3. Ollie Cromwell

    Nigel is always box office and although I can’t recall ever watching this programme I shall record this thing tonight just to see him go head to head with the Iraqi War criminal Campbell.

      1. Ollie Cromwell

        I wasn’t actually commenting on your post.
        I don’t think I’ve ever seen him on the TV as I rarely watch it except for news and current affairs.
        Is he that bad ?

        1. Why do I even care?

          he’s metaphorically as opposed to physically corpulent like your good self, fatted on the golden milk of our tv license theft tax, but other than that there are a lot of similarities with you –
          boring, redundant, repetitive, thinks he’s a funny everyman (he’s neither), irrelevant , witters on

          you should tune in, he’s a kindred spirit

          1. Cian

            You may not like him, and that’s fine. You don’t have to tune in.

            But his radio show is popular – it’s #1 on 2FM. So he is doing something right.

          2. Why do I even care?

            thanks for that irrelevant titbit Cian

            he’s #1 on 2fm and I’m supposed to be impressed by that?

            well last time I heard him he was on radio 1 but never mind …

          3. Ollie Cromwell

            You come across as a tad envious old chap.
            I take it you lead a rather humdrum life raging against people on television who are successful while you scavenge around the dustbins of life looking for an aul’ crust to gnaw on.
            Metaphorically speaking …

  4. DataGlo

    This guy is unbearable. I heard him this morning talking about Terry Wogan as if they were besties. Unfortunately the car radio is stuck on 1 for now, so silence is increasingly the preferred option.

    1. Why do I even care?

      absolutely deplorable, an empty suit, literally disgraceful, there’s a lot of dead wood at rte but this one really makes my blood boil, I can’t think of one good thing to say about the lad

  5. Dub Spot

    And you are advertising for Official Ireland and RTÉ according to which line on your rate card?….

  6. RuilleBuille

    So Tubridy is still trying to make it in England. After his summer spell on BBC a few years back when they ditched rapidly he should have leaned his lesson. No family connections there.

  7. Kay

    Just emailed downing st stating that tubridy is from a staunch republican family who’s hostile to Gerry Adams involvement in the peace process. I’d suggest a thourgh body search in these dangerous times until he renounces his grandparent terrorise role in the past.

  8. Pee Pee

    Shows you the integrity of RTE and Tubridy, that when they are showcasing their flagship show to our British neighbours, that they are giving such repulsive guests, Nigel Farage and Alastair Campbell, airtime.

    1. Pants Machine

      I don’t imagine British people are even aware of any of this to be honest. RTE have basically hired a venue to record a show, in front of an Irish audience, to be broadcast exclusively in Ireland.

        1. Ollie Cromwell

          No it won’t be.
          You make the common Irish mistake,that comes with the national inferiority complex,of thinking that anyone in Britain gives a toss what goes on over here.
          For right or wrong they think Mrs Brown’s Boys is the highlight of Irish culture.

          1. Pee Pee

            Would they give a toss about Nigel Farage or Alistair Campbell, and report on their activities? I’d rather our national broadcaster not to be associated with them.

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