Staying In Tonight?

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Clockwise from top left: Neil Curran, Marco Dias, Vanessa Foran and Derek O’Donoghue

Indeed and you probably are.

Broadsheet on the Telly returns at 9.30pm streaming LIVE above and on our YouTube channel.

Join old friends, new pals and our pets as we discuss the news of the week.

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PLUS!

Economist Eddie Hobbs (above), Cork’s best known number cruncher after Vanessa Foran, will join the panel to discuss the post-pandemic economy and what the divil happened at Davy.

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13 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

  1. Slightly Bemused

    Sadly I can never catch these live, but I do get the later podcasts.
    Fun fact: my Dad is a Corkman, and knew Eddie’s dad. I am not sure exactly how, but they did play rugby together at one time.. I think he said Mr Hobbs was flyhalf, while my Dad (who was never much taller than I am,) was a prop, of all things!

    My Dad was really upset when Eddie’s dad died.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Shane Ross gave a decent account on Prime Time last night. No need for Eddie Hobbs (was there mentions on an earlier story about snake oil salesmen?)

  3. TheIrishGuy

    I remember Eddie’s program on tv. He went into a school in Dublin determined to sort out its finances. He was going to slash waste and increase revenue streams by offering after school programs etc. The outcome? He congratulated the Principal and Board for running a tight ship and called on the government to increase funding for the school.
    It was good to see that he recognized the work schools do on shoe string budgets. It’s a pity that this outcome didn’t get more attention.

  4. Steph Pinker

    I wouldn’t like to be recognised as, or labeled with a singular title such as ‘Economist’, it’s too perfunctory.

  5. Centerest Dad

    Eddie Hobbs. Hasn’t he been discredited enough, without being further denigrated by a broadsheet appearance?

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