Staying In Tomorrow?

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Sonia and Sophie O’Sullivan at the European Under 18 Championships in July

Tomorrow night.

On the Late Late Show.

Sarah Whiteacre, of RTÉ, writes:

The former World Champion and Olympian [Sonia O’Sullivan] is one of the country’s most successful athletes, but earlier this year she was simply a proud mother when her daughter won a silver medal at the European Under 18 Championships in Hungary.

Sonia and daughter Sophie join Ryan Tubridy to discuss this success…

Tony Cascarino… has become a successful soccer pundit, but his life was disrupted when doctors discovered a golf-ball sized brain tumor, resulting in major surgery to remove it. He’ll be telling Ryan about his frightening ordeal…

After a seven year hiatus, Snow Patrol are back with their new album, and made a welcome return to Ireland this week by playing a sell out concert in Dublin’s 3 Arena…

As a teenager, Evanna Lynch was catapulted to worldwide fame when she went from her native Termonfeckin to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as Luna Lovegood in the global sensation Harry Potter. Evanna joins Ryan to chat about her meteoric rise…

Having recently turned his hand to writing a children’s book, Jason Byrne will be chatting to Ryan about drawing inspiration from his own childhood for his books, and his upcoming January tour.

Coming from a parish of 447 people in Longford, Mullinalaghta St Columba’s beat the mighty Kilmacud Crokes, making history by becoming the first Longford side to collect the Leinster club Senior Football Championship title. Ryan hears more about how they came in as massive underdogs but left as the first Longford side ever to contest a final at this level.

There’ll also be comedy from Pat Shortt, and music is from pop sensation Anne-Marie, and The Three Amigos.

The Late Late Show is on tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm

Pic: Pierce O’Callaghan

9 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Eoin

    “Having recently turned his hand to writing a children’s book, Jason Byrne will be chatting to Ryan about drawing inspiration from his own childhood for his books, and his upcoming January tour.”

    Anyone know of anyone else, wink-wink, who recently turned his hand to writing a children’s book, wink-wink?Why, none other than a certain R Tubridy whose book “The First Christmas Jumper and the Sheep Who Changed Everything”, published by Walker Books Limited, is selling around 1,000 copies a week. Do you think Ryan or maybe Jason might inadvertently, wink-wink, refer to Ryan’s book at all, wink-wink, during this segment.

    As if the €495,000 a year for 2 hours TV and 5 hours of radio (minus ad breaks) – paid by the organisation that’s losing €10 million a year and begging for an increase or widening of the licence fee – isn’t enough for that sliver of mediocrity.

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