Enda Kenny Prime Time Interview



sport02

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According to the link,

In a statement tonight, RTE said: “Once we were made aware by the BBC of the significance of this episode RTÉ made a decision to simulcast the episode with the BBC rather than disappoint Eastenders fans.”

The BBC has been keeping detailed programming information on Eastenders under wraps recently, due to the confidential nature of the ‘Who Killed Lucy?’ EastEnders storyline .

The Lucy Beale murder mystery has gripped EastEnders fans for the last 10 months – and tonight, her killer will finally be revealed.

An hour-long Eastenders episode will also been shown tonight at 7.30pm as scheduled.



The Revised Schedule for RTÉ One tonight is as follows:

7.30pm EastEnders

8.30pm Operation Transformation

9.00pm RTÉ News: Nine O’Clock

9.25pm EastEnders

10.00pm Prime Time

10.40pm Dara and Ed's Big Adventure


And some people are stupid enough to pay a licence fee for that rubbish.

RTE postpones live interview with Taoiseach for... 'significant' Eastenders episode - Independent.ie
So that Eastenders episode trumps a fairly rare live T.V interview with the Taoiseach of the country. Wow.
RTÉ say the foreign soap has more significance, they mustn't think much of Enda.:)
 

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The real reason is to allow viewers the choice between watching the ends of the Celtic and Liverpool games
 

Expose the lot of them

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So that Eastenders episode trumps a rare live interview with the Taoiseach of the country. Wow.
Timing probably dictated by advertising revenue, the advertisers know which is likely to bring in the most viewers, an Eastenders murder mystery or incoherent waffling and lies from the inarticulate beloved leader, village idiot Inda.
 

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A mash-up beckons: EastEndas
 

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According to the link,

In a statement tonight, RTE said: “Once we were made aware by the BBC of the significance of this episode RTÉ made a decision to simulcast the episode with the BBC rather than disappoint Eastenders fans.”

The BBC has been keeping detailed programming information on Eastenders under wraps recently, due to the confidential nature of the ‘Who Killed Lucy?’ EastEnders storyline .

The Lucy Beale murder mystery has gripped EastEnders fans for the last 10 months – and tonight, her killer will finally be revealed.

An hour-long Eastenders episode will also been shown tonight at 7.30pm as scheduled.



The Revised Schedule for RTÉ One tonight is as follows:

7.30pm EastEnders

8.30pm Operation Transformation

9.00pm RTÉ News: Nine O’Clock

9.25pm EastEnders

10.00pm Prime Time

10.40pm Dara and Ed's Big Adventure


And some people are stupid enough to pay a licence fee for that rubbish.

RTE postpones live interview with Taoiseach for... 'significant' Eastenders episode - Independent.ie
Who killed Lucy is obviously far more significant than Enda!
 

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"Well Miriam...I think the thing we have to acknowledge is ....that Lucy Beale's murder was part of the previous governments legacy"
 

damus

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They could always have postponed operation transformation and the nine o'clock news and fitted in Primetime ahead of schedule!
 

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They should do us all a favour and postpone it indefinitely - that muppet has nothing to say that's worth hearing.
Ditto in relation to your post - that Bemafar has nothing to write that's worth reading. But it is more unfair of you, since you haven't heard what he is going to say and, even having heard it, you will still hold the same view. That's what makes this forum so attractive to impartial, sensible posters - we (I'm including myself in the impartial sensible lot!) take as gospel all the unbiased views on the forum!
 

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Phew, that was close.

Not as if anybody knew about the Eastenders episode coming up :roll:

I suspect it was more to do with people being sent to jail for protesting on the same day.

I really do hope FG leave him there for the GE.... good times.
I don't know what country you live in, but nobody has been sent to jail in Ireland for protesting.
 

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Will he have his earpiece back in again?
G'wan.

Put it up, it's hilarious.

He simply cannot be any more the laughing stock of Europe after having a broadcast have to make way for Eastenders.

Ahhhh Murium....
 

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They could always have postponed operation transformation and the nine o'clock news and fitted in Primetime ahead of schedule!
Could they not have just stuck the foreign soap on RTÉ 2 for tonight?
 


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