Lady Chatterton Moderator
#1

Here is tonight's line-up folks

Annalise Murphy, Irish Sailor shares her Olympic experience with Miriam.

Brian McFadden chats about his upcoming nuptials to Vogue Williams, life in Australia and his new show with RTÉ, The Hit.

English Actor Rupert Everett on his upcoming play Judas Kiss in The Gaiety and his infatuation with Oscar Wilde.

RTE's Dáithí O Sé and former New Jersey Rose, Rita Talty are back from their honeymoon and discuss married life and this year's Rose of Tralee.

Eilis O' Carroll (Brendan O' Carroll's sister) star of Mrs Brown's boys talks about coming out at 50 after two marriages and two kids.

Music: Paul Brady performs Hawana Way live in studio from his latest album 'Dance in the fire a Paul Brady Anthology'.

http://www.rte.ie/tv/miriam/programmes.html


Please note

Brian McFadden didn't appear on the show.

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Welsh Megaman Registered User
#2

Where were you at last week, MrsD? Even Miriam messaged me to know of your whereabouts!

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#3

tea and biscuits all round then.

Lady Chatterton Moderator
#4

Welsh Megaman said:
Where were you at last week, MrsD?


My lips are sealed WMM, I was on a 007 mission

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Harry Angstrom Registered User
#5

Considering it's Bryan McFadden, surely his new show should have an "S" in front of that second word in the title?

Here's a clip of Daithi O'Sé recently filling in on Morning Ireland:
http://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=9%3A3359948%3A9063%3A04%2D08%2D2012%3A

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Lady Chatterton Moderator
#6

Harry Angstrom said:

Here's a clip of Daithi O'Sé recently filling in on Morning Ireland:
http://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer/rteradioweb.html#!rii=9%3A3359948%3A9063%3A04%2D08%2D2012%3A

That clip is very funny!

I actually like Daithí O'Sé but it is difficult to take him seriously sometimes. I remember when he presented Crimecall with Brenda Power, I used to be in stitches laughing, every episode was like watching my favourite D'unbelievable's (Crimebusters) clip

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#7

Ah ffs,

*throws inflatable Ireland hammer in the corner*.

Welsh Megaman Registered User
#8

Noswaith dda!

Chin up, Jono!

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Harry Angstrom Registered User
#9

JonathanAnon said:
Ah ffs,

*throws inflatable Ireland hammer in the corner*.


We were happy in the haze of a drunken hour
But Nevin knows we're miserable now......

Lady Chatterton Moderator
#10

Good Evening Folks

Just watching the medal presentation on RTE 2. I'm really going to miss the Olympics when it finishes, especially the boxing

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#11

"I'm only twenty two"

ffs.. I thought those sort of arguments went out the window when you reached say .. ten years old...

I thought it was bit unfair that Annelise Murphy had been practising for months on that same course.. Surely that gave her a huge unfair advantage over the other competitors..

Welsh Megaman Registered User
#12

Chandelier cam

Lady Chatterton Moderator
#13

Annalise's mother, Cathy MacAleavey was an Irish Olympian too, she participated in the Seoul Olympics in 1988. (I'm just watching now, so she probably mentioned this already ).

Lisha Registered User
#14

Evening All,
I like Miriam's dress

Well done JohnJoe medal ceremony was nice

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Lady Chatterton Moderator
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Welsh Megaman said:
Chandelier cam

Ah, I love Chandeliers, they have a very classy look about them

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