Actor Colin Farrell
On the Late Late Show.
Sarah Whitecare, of RTÉ, writes:
Ahead of the release of re-imagined Disney favourite Dumbo, host Ryan Tubridy chats with Colin Farrell about what fans can expect from the live action remake, and as an ambassador for Special Olympics Ireland, Colin will be joined by some of the medal holders to celebrate their achievements at the World Games in Abu Dhabi…
…we’ll be joined by trainer Ted Walsh, double winning jockey Rachael Blackmore and Gold Cup champion Paul Townend to take a look back at the stand-out moments of this year’s [Cheltenham] festival.
As we enter in to the last week of Dancing with the Stars, Ryan will be joined on the sofa by finalists Johnny Ward, Cliona Hagan and Mairead Ronan …
Jessica Bowes was left with long term physical and psychological damage after a vicious assault by the father of her children left every bone in her face broken. Jessica joins Ryan to discuss the events that led to the attack…
Music will be from Aslan and Screaming Orphans.
The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One tomorrow night at 9.35pm.
The latest The Phoenix magazine.
On shelves now.
From 2pm, at the The Housing Agency, 53 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2; the GPO/Spire, Dublin 1; and City Hall, Dame Street, Dublin 2, there will be a march for housing.
The National Homeless and Housing Coalition Dublin Demonstration writes:
The coalition is supported by community groups, charities, NGO’s, student unions, political parties, trade unions, musicians and artists and we need to build on the momentum of last year that saw 18,000 people take to the streets in December.
We need to show the Government that we will no longer accept their lack of will to build public housing on public lands and their continued over reliance on the private sector to address the homeless and housing emergency.
Just gearing up for the 3:00 launch of “Cherishing All Equally 2019” – stay tuned for newest data on #inequality in Europe and Ireland.
Scenes around Hollywood village and Blessignton Lakes.
Top of Lugnaquilla today with a bitter windchill and some high snow drifts. Up to 4.3c at my station but temps will start to drop shortly with a cold night ahead. pic.twitter.com/3n7GNojFWf
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) February 1, 2019
Hozier on The Late Late Show
On The Late Late Show.
Sarah Whiteacre, of RTÉ, writes:
Hozier will join host Ryan Tubridy to chat about how it feels to be one of Ireland’s most celebrated musicians, and to give fans a flavour of his highly anticipated new album Wasteland, Baby!…
Fitness phenomenon Joe Wicks joins Ryan to discuss why he’s moving away from meat and adding more veg to his diet…
Week four of Dancing with the Stars is almost upon us, and as the competition hots up, we’ll be cha-cha-chatting to actress Clelia Murphy on how she’s balancing it all, Mairead Ronan on topping the table, funny man Fred Cooke on being the comeback kid and stylist Darren Kennedy on his ambition to perform with a male pro-dancer this season.
Captured in upcoming RTÉ documentary Shooting the Darkness, we speak with Alan Lewis and Crispin Rodwell on what it meant to be a press photographer amid the violence in Northern Ireland and how witnessing horror on a daily basis has affected them.
In November of last year, broadcaster Tom Dunne was told at a routine heart check up that he would urgently need life-saving surgery. The dad of two joins Ryan to discuss the impact that the operation has had on him and his family, the difficulties of learning to walk again and where he is on the road to recovery.
There’s also music from Dublin band Wild Youth.
The Late Late Show is on tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm