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From top: Exposé launch, 2007; 2008;2009; 2010; 2012 and 2019 with from left: Cassie Stokes, Glenda Gilsen and Karen Koster

Entertainment and fashion programme Xposé has been cancelled after more than 12 years on the air as part of a schedule re-vamp on Virgin Media.

The show, which is currently hosted by Cassie Stokes, Glenda Gilson and Karen Koster, will bow out on October 4 with an hour-long special episode.

Xposé was originally broadcast in 2007 on TV3 and was carried over after the station’s takeover by Virgin Media.

It began as a daily programme, which was scaled back to three days a week in January. The show was reduced to one night a week in March of this year.

Xposé cancelled after 12 years on the air (RTÉ)

Pics Rollingnews

Last night.

On TV3’s Tonight Show.

Social Democrats co-founder and TD Catherine Murphy – who is a member of the Oireachtas sports committee which will question members of the Football Association of Ireland in April – recalls how she previously raised concerns about governance at the FAI.

Earlier: Ask A Broadsheet Reader

New Balls, Please

…starring Terry Prone.

Sigh.

Economist David McWilliams’ new documentary on Ireland’s economy.

On TV3 Virgin Media One at 10pm.

Previously: Terry Prone on Broadsheet

This afternoon.

Ballymount Industrial Estate, Dublin 12.

TV3 Studio Operations Staff hold a protest outside the TV station calling for recognition of their right to collectively bargain with their employer.

SIPTU’s Graham Macken, said:

“”This right [collective bargaining] is accepted in other businesses which are part of Virgin Media Ireland, which is the owner of TV3.”

TV3 said it has “no plans” to recognise unions.

TV3 staff holding protest outside station this afternoon (Irish Examiner)

Sam Boal/RollingNews

Last night.

TV3’s 5.30pm news broadcast an interview between TV3 journalist Paul Byrne and Richard Satchwell.

Mr Satchwell’s wife Tina, 45, has been missing for a year from their home in Youghal, Co Cork.

A search is currently under way in Mitchell’s Wood in Castlemartyr, Co Cork.

Further to this…

From last night’s interview…

Paul Byrne:Six months ago, I asked you were you willing to take a lie detector test. You said you would. How do you feel about it today?

Richard Satchwell: “At this point, I, myself, don’t feel up to it.”

Byrne: “But people will say that you’ve got something to hide if you don’t take the lie detector test, today or tomorrow.”

Satchwell: “I’ll take a lie detector test when I feel that I’m right. I’ve got nothing to hide, I’m not sleeping too well and I don’t suppose I’ll sleep much at all until the search in Mitchell’s Wood is finished. And when the time, when I feel right, I’ll contact yourself and I’ll take a lie detector test then.”

Byrne: You’re now putting that on record, people will expect you to take that test.”

Satchwell: “I will put on record that, in the future, not today, not tomorrow, but when I feel right, I’ll contact you and I’ll sit down, I’ll take a lie detector test.”

Watch the interview back in full here

Fight!

More as we get it.

Update:

*kicks telly*