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Live! And Let's DIE!: The Late Late Show-Friday 24th September 2021

  • 23-09-2021 5:54pm
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    Hi again folks.

    Given that Tubridy, Ryan Tubridy has been wittering on about Bond all week, it's no surprise that the man himself will be opening the laptop for a Zoom session tomorrow evening.

    "James Bond star Daniel Craig will be among Ryan Tubridy's guests on Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One. Joining the Late Late from London, the actor will talk about his time as 007 and how it feels to be saying goodbye to the iconic character after 15 years in the role. His appearance comes ahead of the latest Bond film No Time to Die, which will be released in Irish cinemas on 30 September."


    The sport slot this week features Leona Maguire.

    "As we gear up for a big weekend in golf, Cavan's Leona Maguire will be in studio fresh from her record-breaking success in the Solheim Cup. She'll talk about how she got into the zone for one of golf's most prestigious competitions, what it feels like being an inspiration for children everywhere, and what it's like to have popstar Niall Horan as part of her management team."


    The "social media" slot seems to becoming a regular feature.

    "The 2 Johnnies are on the show this week to talk about their new television series, getting back out on the road, wedding bells - and they even have a special announcement to make on the show."

    (Pic unrelated.)

    Not to worry, Hobbidy won't let us away without at least one misery slot...

    "Charlene Masterson is an inspirational survivor of abuse at the hands of her father. She waived her anonymity earlier this year after her father was sentenced to 17 years in prison. She is now committed to helping other survivors of abuse and is working with the DRCC to free survivors of stigma."


    To cheer us up again, a selection of musical performers will be doing Bond themes. I wonder how much they had to pay for all this promotion?



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