“Do ya love ham?”
For the lovely bottomed day that’s in it.
RTÉ One tonight at 8pm.
You know you want to.
Via The Savage Eye:
“Our Wild Nuns sketch that RTÉ refused to broadcast…”
[A screengrab from the first episode of the new series of The Savage Eye with an unfortunate Irish Ferries ad to the right]
The first episode of the new series of The Savage Eye, by David McSavage, is available on the RTE player, a week ahead of its TV release on Monday, May 5.
The first episode deals with the question: Why is Ireland a better place to be a foetus than a baby?
In one scene, a woman travels to Britain for an abortion on a ferry called Terminal Ferries, the cost of which comes with a 50% discount when accompanied with a “medically certified suicide attempt”.
Previously: Savage News
Watch in full here
Thanks Gary Roche
Toothless simpletons and anti-social media from RTE2’s The Savage Eye.
A compilation from the first episode of the new series of The Savage Eye on RTE 2 last night (horribly) scheduled against RTE 1’s documentary on Nuala O’Faolain.