Staying In Tomorrow?

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Bobby Ryan’s children Robert and Michelle outside the Criminal Courts of Justice following the conviction of their father’s killer

On The Late Late Show.

Sarah Whiteacre writes:

Bobby Ryan’s children Michelle and Robert will join host Ryan Tubridy to speak about their father and the sentencing of Patrick Quirke….

Chart-topping band Kodaline will be in studio for a chat ahead of their Dublin shows later this month, and they’ll also perform their hit single ‘Brother’.

In her new book Can I Say No?, Stefanie Preissner explores why simply saying ‘no’ is such a difficult thing to do. Stefanie joins Ryan to discuss how we’ve lost the ability to say no…

With just under a month to go until the Leaving Certificate begins, Ryan will catch up with 6 students from around the country who are currently preparing for the exams…

We’ll also have the first Late Late Show birth as we meet the robot being used to teach medical students about the process of having a baby…and music will be from SYML.

The Late Late Show on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.

Rollingnews

11 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Andrew

    “Bobby Ryan’s children Michelle and Robert will join host Ryan Tubridy to speak about their father and the sentencing of Patrick Quirke….”

    Absolutely bizarre.
    Would another country’s main talk show have this kind of item? I can understand it being on Jeremy kyle or whatever but the main prime time chat show? It just seems so inappropriate.

    1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

      “Tonight’s guests on Graham Norton: Daniel Craig, Jack Wiltshire, the parents of James Bolger, with musical guests Little MIx.”

  2. Common Projeckts

    “In her new book Can I Say No?, Stefanie Preissner explores why simply saying ‘no’ is such a difficult thing to do. Stefanie joins Ryan to discuss how we’ve lost the ability to say no…”

    Can I say no?

    1. Andrew

      Stephanie must have read one of the multiple self-help books out there relating to the exact same topic and decided, I know, I’ll just nick that and pass it off as my own.
      There’s even one called ‘The Power of No’
      She’s a real talent alright.

      1. eoin

        In fairness, the first two episode of the first series of “Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope” were innovative and genuinely funny. It went down hill after that. And there wasn’t a single chuckle to be found in series 2.

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