Staying In Tomorrow?

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Tommy Tiernan in Dark Lies The Island

On The Late Late Show.

Jennifer O’Brien writes:

Two powerhouses of Irish comedy, Pat Shortt and Tommy Tiernan, will chat to Ryan about joining forces for the gritty black comedy Dark Lies the Island

Rising star of the airwaves and of screen, Doireann Garrihy will discuss the biggest year of her career to date

Former Irish football international Kevin Kilbane will be in studio to discuss among other things, feeling Irish whilst living in Britain in the Brexit era…

A special performance from Moya Brennan, along with the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir, ahead of receiving her Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards.

There will also be a debut performance of the new single from Hudson Taylor.

The Late Late Show at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.

15 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

    1. Otis Blue

      I’m looking forward to The City of Bohane movie. Information is scant but it’s in development with Alan Moloney as Producer.

  1. Paulus

    Ye can stick the Late Late; but Dark Lies the Island looks VERY interesting.
    Pat Shortt is far from being a one-trick-pony.
    And Charlie Murphy – what’s not to like.
    (Locations shot in Boyle by the look of it).

  2. Ironballs_McGinty

    Entertainment kingpin Ray Darcy will join Ryan on the couch to talk about his Saturday night chatshow.

  3. eoin

    It really is quite malicious how manufacturers of incontinence pads gaslight the public, women particularly, into believing their condition is normal and to be accepted, you know the ads, video of a well-preserved woman in her 30s or 40s relating an everyday occurrence of a wee leak, all you need is to buy an incontinence pad or underwear and off you go with all the other “normal” women, laughing, drinking coffee, skiing, whatever. Vena, the world’s biggest manufacturer made a profit of £1 billion in 2017. So, in order to continue making that sort of profit, you need to bloody well buy more of their product.

    Well, urinary incontinence is not normal, and more often than not, your doctor can help. Go on, give your them a call today, it’s a condition which broadly might affect one in four women, it’s nothing to be embarrassed about and in a matter of weeks, sometimes with no more than certain exercises, your life might be transformed.

  4. Tea And Brexits

    And Broadsheet continues to shill for poor cash-strapped RTÉ – this time by promoting Ryan Gret-a-Grip Tubridy and his mediocrity via the official RTE PR department. Man, that’s some ladypartsbaggery allround.

    1. V

      C’mere Texit

      Do you change your login just to ask that same question?

      The answer doesn’t change
      In case you haven’t noticed

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