Staying In Tomorrow?


Ryan Tubridy and Niall Horan on The Late Late Show last March

Need we ask?

On The Late Late Show.

Jennifer O’Brien writes:

In October, Ryan Tubridy issued an impassioned call-out for local small-to-medium sized Irish businesses to get in touch

Tomorrow, The Late Late Show will be dedicated to promoting Irish businesses across various sectors who have had to close their doors and adapt accordingly to survive.

Singer Niall Horan will speak to Ryan about how the music industry has been affected by Covid shutdowns…

Deirdre O’Kane, will discuss changes in the comedy scene…

And experts including Diarmuid Gavin, Anna Geary, Kevin Dundon, and Roisin Murphy will showcase some of their favourite businesses…

The Late Late Show, tomorrow at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.

Pic: RTÉ

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16 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. GiggidyGoo

    Small pool of potential guests. In the diary in outlook no doubt. We’re surely due a song from Imelda May soon.
    Gaybo didn’t have that problem as much.

  2. daveo

    is niall horan a fixture every week. nice fella. but he seems to be on every week.

    findgers crossed that the Roisin murphy is the singer from moloko

    1. Lilly

      I hate that ad for her new chat show, the arch ‘after years of standing up, they’re finally letting me sit down’.

  3. Len

    More of the same rhino poo that we had to endure when sadly we all are confined to a hamsters life minus the wheel

    And notice the periods of adverts that actually are beginning to exceed the time of the programme you are watching
    And you have no time to avoid them as you switch channels

    Thank god my DVD is working

    1. Otis Blue

      That ‘business’ conceit is just a thinly veiled ruse to promote Z list celebrities. No more, no less. If the Late Late was serious about highlighting the ways businesses are adapting and innovating there’s no shortage of interesting people around the country capable of contributing.

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