Staying In Tomorrow?

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Kay Burley

On The Ray D’Arcy Show.

Fergus McCormack writes:

She’s one of Britain’s most formidable broadcasters, Kay Burley joins Ray to talk about her 30 year career as the face of Sky News…

Actor Seána Kerslake and 10-year-old newcomer James Quinn Markey join Ray to talk about their starring roles in the Irish horror movie The Hole in the Ground

Comedian and actor Katherine Lynch gives Ray the backstage gossip from touring with Menopause the Musical…

In their first Irish TV interview, Offaly brothers and international models, Oisin and Ronan Murphy from Birr, talk to Ray about hurling, appearing in Vogue magazine and walking the catwalks…

And in the aftermath of Dry January, we’ll be hearing about the experiences of people who turned their backs on the booze

Hic.

The Ray D’Arcy Show at 9.50pm on RTÉ One.

Pic: Sky News

14 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Mel

    It’s amazing how this dimwit has lasted so long.
    Dumbed down people for dumbed down audiences I suppose. It makes them ‘relatable’ .

  2. Paulus

    For some of us . . Kerslake just might cancel all of that out!
    Now if I could only predict the exact time that she’ll be on?

    1. Eoin

      She’s our very own Scarlah Johannson. Pity about the second series of “comedy” Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, she deserves better.

      1. Frilly Keane

        On the stage there in Dublin Castle that time

        Big do there last May

        TBF she mentioned how
        Now t’was herself that used the royal We
        How We
        “On Broadsheet called it to a Tee”

        An TBF I think you know that Andypointy
        And handed me the mic there

        And d’ya know what
        Ta
        Seriously

    1. Brother Barnabas

      I wouldn’t say “are you queuing for the cubicles or the urinals?” counts as an interview

  3. Lilly

    I saw this interview; she didn’t have a single interesting thing to say. D’Arcy said something to her about being a ‘Royal watcher’ and she said something along the lines of ‘Oh we’re all Royal watchers these days, aren’t we’… I know it’s just a short hop on a plane, but she didn’t seem to realise she was no longer in the U.K.

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