Because if we lived in a world of Jonathon Ross or G Norton, we'd be a lot less well off. There's a lot more to this world than pre-recorded, edited, banal interviews with not-very-interesting Hollywood celebrities. The 'Irish thing' you refer to is simply our ability to keep it real, and talk about 'real' things. As hard as it was to hear, I'd much rather listen to a genuine story like this one, than Bradley Cooper going on about the size of his new swimming pool
|The 'Irish thing' you refer to is simply our ability to keep it real, and talk about 'real' things.|
The paucity of guests on last nights show makes me wonder whether some RTE shows are there just to keep people in employment as opposed to actually entertaining the public.
I'd feel a lot better off without he likes of Tubridy and O'Connor on my TV screen.
As for banal interviews! Exhibit A: last nights interview with three farmers who make crisps!
I rest my case.