Katie Taylor is undoubtedly Ireland’s greatest sports person ever. She is one of the greatest female boxers in the world.Her father, and coach, Peter Taylor has already expressed his dismay at the lack of coverage her achievements receive. The way she is treated by the State’s national broadcaster is a disgrace.Sort it the fuck out, RTÉ.
Yes, once more it is that time of the year. Rugby has returned with a vengeance. The Magners League has been on for a few weeks, and now it is the second week of the Heinekin Cup. Course what with … Continue reading →
I’ve just been watching RTE’s Apparitions and to be honest, it just made me sad I mean, I don’t know Joe Coleman, and I really don’t know what he thinks, if it is all a con, or if he believes … Continue reading →
So y’all know that there was this European athletics competition on over the past few days right? And that we actually had medal hopes on this occasion. Normally if Sonia aint there then we don’t pay much attention. Our two … Continue reading →
The good people over at In Fact, Ah have put back up their clip of Dunphy on Keane. Makes for bloody addictive tv viewing. And highlights the fact that Roy Keane must be one of the most divisive topics in … Continue reading →
Sometimes things are just so horrific you have to back away from the very thought. I mean, we all know that the Eurovision is car-crash tv. We all know the songs are rubbish. Nobody watches to be entertained by how … Continue reading →
Well I haven’t made any mention so far of the Olympics, not sure why because I have been watching. A lot. This post isn’t really about the Olympics themselves though, more about trying to watch on RTE (Radio Telifis Eireann … Continue reading →
Mark Little is RTE’s foreign affairs correspondent (although you’d be hard pressed to find that out on the RTE website, it has an absolutely terrible layout), before that he was RTE’s first Washington Correspondent (1995-2001). This is is second book, the first Turn Left At Greenland was published in June 2002 and reached number one on the Irish Non-Fiction Bestsellers list. This book deals with Little’s experience’s during the second Iraq conflict. (Which reminds me, how exactly are we supposed to refer to this. Is it a war? A conflict? A liberation? All these terms seem to imply another meaning. But that is beside the point). Continue reading →