On RTÉ’s Six One News.
Marty Morrissey delivered his GAA report from a shed.
The broadcaster didn’t report that he had any coronavirus symptoms.
More as we get it.
Last night: Flatten The Curves
Previously: Shedding The Virus
Pic: Daithi K
Marty Morrissey – carrying frisky (and slightly frightening) mime artist ‘Marcel So What‘ – celebrates his appointment as a style judge at this Saturday’s Kerrygold Irish Oaks at The Curragh Racecourse.
The broadcaster joins a panel that includes telly’s Sybil Mulcahy (right) and fashion stylist Ciara O’Doherty (left).
They will award the most stylish racegoer (man or woman) with a luxury weekend for two at the Ballyfin Demesne with €1,000 spending money.
Pic: Marc O’Sullivan
From left: Damian Lawlor Marty Morrissey and Brenda Donohue
Should GAA be your ‘bag’.
The Marty Squad led by Marty Morrissey and comprising Damian Lawlor and Brenda Donohue returns to RTÉ Radio 1 this Sunday at 6pm.
Marty (and squad) will be LIVE in Thurles, Co Tipperary direct from Semple Stadium.
The Marty Squad
Pic: Tony Kinlan
Marty Morrissey (left) and Joe Brolly
“I have spoken with Joe Brolly about the comments he made in relation to RTE Sport’s GAA Correspondent and commentator Marty Morrissey on last weekend’s Sunday Game Live broadcast. Joe is acutely aware that his ill-conceived attempt at humour was both inappropriate and extremely hurtful and had no place in any broadcast.
Further, Joe is fully cognisant of the fact that similar comments in any future broadcast cannot and will not be tolerated. Joe Brolly has spoken at length with and offered a heartfelt apology to Marty Morrissey which was graciously accepted. All parties now consider this matter closed…”
Ryle Nugent, head of RTÉ Sports this afternoon.