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Deafness, Dara's New Show, & Marty's Dead Mammy: The Late Late Show Friday 8th April 2022

  • 07-04-2022 5:43pm
    Registered Users Posts: 2,473 ✭✭✭ Pelvis Parsley

    My goodness me, the Pointing Thread has taken on a life of its own, well done everyone!

    This week, on InstaHobbidy, promises little and will invariably deliver less. Ah well, let's get on with it.

    Dara O'Bríain is back on the road-I'll give him kudos for the name at least. Mildly amusing. Which is more that can be said for Ichabod's bald jokes.

    "One of Ireland's most popular comedians Ó Briain will drop in this week to talk about his current comedy tour So...Where Were We? and the joy of being back on stage after two years of pacing the house."

    For. F*ck. Sake.

    "Marty Morrissey will join Ryan to discuss why this year is a major experiment for the GAA and he’ll also be thanking the clubs and counties around the country for their overwhelming support following the passing of his late mother Peggy."

    "And Ryan will be chatting to three Irish CODAs (children of deaf adults) - Declan Buckley, Amanda Coogan and Shane O'Reilly - about the very positive impact growing up the children of deaf adults have had on their lives."

    Music by the preposterously named Ferdia Walsh Peelo. He was on the Toy Show ten years ago, so that's the pre-song interview sewn up, with endless questions from Tubridy asking how great it was to meet the Toyman.