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A Homogeny against Misogyny: The Late Late Show-Friday 22nd April 2022

  • 21-04-2022 9:13pm
    Registered Users Posts: 2,746 ✭✭✭Pelvis Parsley

    Our totally-not-a-mysognist host this week parades an all female line-up, with the exception of the Two Sorries, who are actually the misery slot, or at least the prime one. Ah, more luck to them.

    "Podcasters The Two Norries, DJ Annie Mac and comedian Alison Spittle will be among the guests on Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One and the RTÉ Player.

    Cork men Timmy Long and James Leonard, otherwise known as The Two Norries, will join host Ryan Tubridy to share their personal stories of addiction and recovery, and what inspired them to start a ground-breaking podcast together."

    Looking like a cross between Rizzo from Grease, and a young McAleese (gawd help us), Annie Mac (Annie Body?) joins Hobbidy to talk Leaving. Wonder how old she is?

    "Internationally renowned DJ and former top BBC Radio host Annie Macmanus aka Annie Mac will talk about bringing clubbing back to life after two years of empty dancefloors, her new career as an author, and how the disappointment of not getting her first choice in the Leaving Cert was a blessing in disguise."

    Joy of joys, hold on to those ribs because they're about to be tickled, because we have a true comedic icon coming our way. Look at her down there, full of her fun.

    "Westmeath comedian Alison Spittle will be live in studio to talk about the very unexpected inspiration behind her new show, why the English sausage is "a thing of horror", and her experience of hosting "the most 2022 hen party ever"."

    One Nina Conti, who is apparently the "Queen of Ventriloquism" will be competing with Tubridy to see who's better at putting words in other people's mouths. She has "hilarious match-making skills", which sounds like a hoot.

    Music by one Maisie Peters, with an uplifting ditty called "Psycho". Also, the cast of some musical modelled on Bob Dylan.