Staying In Tomorrow?

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Neil Jordan

On The Late Late Show

Sarah Whiteacre writes:

Tipperary’s Una Healy will be in studio to chat about forging her solo career and finding her country roots since saying goodbye to The Saturdays…

One of the first homegrown film-makers to conquer Hollywood, winning an Oscar for The Crying Game, writer and director Neil Jordan will discuss his new film Greta…

We’ll celebrate Tiger Roll’s famous win at the Grand National with the women who groomed him for greatness. Louise Magee and Karen Morgan will bring the legendary racehorse to meet Ryan…

The man who helped make Conor McGregor a star, coach John Kavanagh will be on to talk about his battle to get the controversial sport of MMA recognised in Ireland…

Ryan will be joined by two of the people who were there to witness the moving statues phenomenon as it swept Ireland in 1985, Ballinspittle’s Patricia Bowen and Monasterevin’s John Miller…

Former Ireland international soccer player turned pundit and psychotherapist Richie Sadlier will tell us why we are failing a generation of young people by not talking openly and honestly about sex….

All that plus music from Dervish

The Late Late Show on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.

Rollingnews

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9 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

    1. Cian

      Amazing how the number of moving statues, UFOs, and other paranormal activities has dropped since we all started to carry phones-with-cameras-on all the time?

    2. Ian-O

      I corrected the above:

      Ryan will be joined by two of the people who were there to witness the moving statues mass hysteria as it swept Ireland in 1985, Ballinspittle’s Patricia Bowen and Monasterevin’s John Miller…

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    All this fuss about this rubbish and you don’t properly advertise that the new series of Killing Eve started on RTÉ2 last night?
    Useless.

        1. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

          It’s in the top 10 tv comedies ever, imho.
          Quality hasn’t flagged and she’s superb.

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