Staring At Ray


Author Michael Harding

Staying in tomorrow?

On The Ray D’Arcy Show.

Fergus McCormack writes;

Actor Stephen Mangan will join Ray on the couch for his first Irish chat show appearance to talk about his illustrious career in TV and film…

Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh will tell Ray about the challenges of learning to swim later in life, after recently starting swimming lessons at her local pool….

In his first TV interview since his heart attack late last year, bestselling author and raconteur, Michael Harding, will open up about his ongoing recovery…

And Ray will hear the remarkable story of Conor Stakelum – the 25 year old who became the first Irishman to ever qualify for the European Figure Skating Championships….

The Ray D’Arcy Show at 9:55pm on RTÉ One.

Pic: RTÉ

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18 thoughts on “Staring At Ray

        1. Not Pancho

          He writes for the Irish Times. Most of the readers are either elderly or trying desperately to make an impression. Prime heart attack candidates

  1. Clampers Outside!

    The guests appear 9j the show so often they just use stills from their last appearance?

  2. Mr. P

    A middle aged woman learned to swim……..

    This is worthy of an appearance on a national flag-carrying broadcaster entertainment prime-time show?

    Glad I can’t see this poo from where I am.

  3. Dhaughton99

    Love to see Blaithnaid perform CPR on Harding.. Otherwise I shall be watching old episodes of the Bill.

  4. Truth in the News

    Would someone pull the electricity switch in RTE and reduce both the carbon
    and methane footprint.

  5. Termagant

    I already fupping heard Bláthnaid talking on the radio about learning to swim!

    On the radio, on Ray D’arcy’s show, with the rest of the tedious boohucky where it belongs!

    Whose fupping idea was it to give that charisma vacuum a televisual show, they should be flogged through the streets and driven into the sea!


  6. Dub Spot

    Hey there Bodger – if BS is going to publicize this RTÉ showfest, the least you can do is embedded a Twitter widget with the programme hashtag underneath so that we can contribute reviews….

    Or indeed (#lightbulb moment), why not replace “Broadsheet on the Telly” with a “Broadsheet On The Weekend’s Telly” review section… I think you will find four-letter words dominate…

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