Staying In Tomorrow?


Richie Sadlier

On The Late Late Show

Jennifer O’Brien writes:

It has been over two months since his phenomenal win at the British Open, and tomorrow night, Ryan will catch up with golfer Shane Lowry to see how life has changed for the Offaly man…

Jeffrey Archer joins Ryan in studio to chat about why, at the age of 79, he has no intention of putting down the pen…

Former Ireland International and RTÉ soccer analyst Richie Sadlier will be in studio to discuss a very personal story for the first time….

Twenty-five years since Riverdance debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest at The Point Theatre in Dublin, Ryan will be speaking to show dancers from down the years…

Limerick native Jean Tierney captured the hearts of the nation when she told her story on Operation Transformation earlier this year… Jean will be in studio to share some news with us all….

And D.Cullen performs his new single for the first time …

*begins 48 hour unnecessary journey*

The Late Late Show at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.

Screenshot: RTÉ

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15 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. eoin

    An aspect of the incontinence pad craze that you don’t appreciate from the wall-to-wall chirpy “it’s normal” advertising on Irish TV, is the immense damage it is doing to our environment. An incontinence pad can take 400 years to degrade. Women especially are being gaslit into believing it’s as “normal” as applying deodorant, to stick an incontinence pad down their knickers, and that behaviour is leading to enormous waste which can’t be recycled. Most causes of urinary incontinence are treatable by strengthening the pelvic floor, and good news, this can be done without drugs and in fact, the only known side effects from pelvic exercises are distinctly positive! So, please, for the environment if not for your own well-being, if you feel you have a problem with urinary incontinence, don’t give in to the “it’s normal” marketeering, resigning yourself for the rest of your days staying in on Friday night to watch lame-assed TV.

    Go see your doctor. Live your life.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Well, it’s not strictly true that pelvic exercise will prevent unwelcome leakage, but definitely changing the pad to a more environmentally friendly material would do no harm. I’m only replying to this as I know what even the very thought of Turgidity and that show can do a sentient human and so I am here in support.

    1. millie vanilly strikes again

      Surely it’s just him giving out about something. He loves a good aul moan, does Richie.

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