TONIGHT with Vincent Browne, Mon 30 Jan 2017 to Thurs @ 11pm

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TONIGHT with Vincent Browne, Mon 30 Jan 2017 to Thurs @ 11pm



A current affairs programme from an alternative perspective, focusing on issues of income and inequality,
as well as seeking to hold institutions and powerful people to account.

Hurrah! The man is back .... [again]. Well, one quick 'hello' last Monday isn't really being back, now is it? Anyway, he's listed for all four nights this week ay 11pm [I know, that's what the schedules said last week, too.. Didn't have to wait long ... Mick Clifford is in the chair tonight.


Monday 30
... with Mick Clifford. We look at the most recent Red C Poll and ask what the trends reflect and if global events could influence government stability here.

https://www.dhs.gov/news/2017/01/29/statement-secretary-john-kelly-entry-lawful-permanent-residents-united-states

Joining @Mickcliff are @JohnLahart @josephamadigan @gavreilly and @paulmurphyAAA

Also, a conference in Dublin tomorrow looks at the media ownership in Ireland. Jane Whyatt tells us about the importance of diverse media.

And joining us for papers on #vinb will be @sweetoblivion26 and @ShaneBeattyKFM


Tuesday 31 [starts post #35]
with @Mickcliff in the hotseat

We look at what happened in the #Dail and also the impact of the High Court case on Dail privilege..
Joining #VinB are Justine McCarthy, @kodonnellLK, @seansherlocktd, and @catherinegalway.
On papers @taradeacy and Denis Leonard..


Wednesday 1 February [starts post #78]
is the Government reversing its decision to have a Commission of Inquiry into Nama? What would an inquiry achieve?

We'll be joined by Frank Connolly, @CathMurphyTD and @peterburkefg

Also: The shocking story of Anna Ilnicka' sexual assault and the public systems failures that followed

Thursday 2 [starts post #98]
Mickcliff is in the hotseat and we are joined by @DonnellyStephen, @MichaelFitzmau1, @MickBarryTD and @colettebrowne.

Previous TONIGHT thread: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backstage/254096-tonight-vincent-browne-mon-23-jan-2017-thurs-11pm.html

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Expected popcorn rating:


Housekeeping for every night when I‘m busy ... here are the links which should get you
the tv3 schedules …
TV3 - TV Guide with its new layout ...
the papers ...
Broadsheet.ie
and the tweets ...
https://twitter.com/search?q=#vinb&src=typd
This is also the link to get info on tonight’s show.

Trolleywatch https://www.inmo.ie/Trolley_Ward_Watch
 
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Half Nelson

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Will there be subtitles?
 

Clanrickard

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Jesus that little pratt is on.
 

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TONIGHT with Vincent Browne, Mon 30 Jan 2017 to Thurs @ 11pm



A current affairs programme from an alternative perspective, focusing on issues of income and inequality,
as well as seeking to hold institutions and powerful people to account.

Hurrah! The man is back .... [again]. Well, one quick 'hello' last Monday isn't really being back, now is it? Anyway, he's listed for all four nights this week ay 11pm [I know, that's what the schedules said last week, too.. Didn't have to wait long ... Mick Clifford is in the chair tonight.


Monday 30
... with Mick Clifford. We look at the most recent Red C Poll and ask what the trends reflect and if global events could influence government stability here.

https://www.dhs.gov/news/2017/01/29/statement-secretary-john-kelly-entry-lawful-permanent-residents-united-states

Joining @Mickcliff are @JohnLahart @josephamadigan @gavreilly and @paulmurphyAAA

Also, a conference in Dublin tomorrow looks at the media ownership in Ireland. Jane Whyatt tells us about the importance of diverse media.

And joining us for papers on #vinb will be @sweetoblivion26 and @ShaneBeattyKFM


Tuesday 31 [starts post #]

Wednesday 1 February [starts post #]

Thursday 2 [starts post #]

Previous TONIGHT thread: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backstage/254096-tonight-vincent-browne-mon-23-jan-2017-thurs-11pm.html

tv3 catch-up through: Catch-up TV, Entertainment, News, Sport, Soaps and all your favourite Irish and International shows from TV3

Expected popcorn rating:


Housekeeping for every night when I‘m busy ... here are the links which should get you
the tv3 schedules …
TV3 - TV Guide with its new layout ...
the papers ...
Broadsheet.ie
and the tweets ...
https://twitter.com/search?q=#vinb&src=typd
This is also the link to get info on tonight’s show.

Trolleywatch https://www.inmo.ie/Trolley_Ward_Watch
Watching Clifford is painful.He almost asks for permission to disagree with panellists and meekly tests the waters before daring to raise anything of a contentious nature. On the other hand we don't have to endure Browne's raging blustering self opinionated diatribes, punctuated by copious amounts of regurgitated phlegm and sprayed spittle. Clifford is boring and colourless but on the plus side his panellists are less like to end up in an infectious disease ward.
 

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What's this Red C poll? Polls usually go up pretty smartly on P.ie, and I haven't noticed any lately.
 

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"Accordingly, absent the receipt of significant derogatory information indicating a serious threat to public safety and welfare, lawful permanent resident status will be a dispositive factor in our case-by-case determinations"

Who wrote this rubbish and did he ever go to school?

Is there something new about what appears to be meant by this?
 

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All the AAA/PBP the only opposition party. Since 2011 I notice they seem to be on everything.
 

Dorcha

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"...the changing political landscape..."

He's talking about the USA, I presume. It can't be Ireland.
 

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World War 3 will break out and VB will still be discussing the minutiae of the stability of the coalition Government
 

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Madigan (FG) favours shared responsibility on Brexit rather a single minister. Which means that everyone will leave it to everyone else.
 

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Madigan (FG) favours shared responsibility on Brexit rather a single minister. Which means that everyone will leave it to everyone else.
Like what Kissinger said about Europe, but now, when you ring Ireland who do you ask for?
 

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Madigan (FG) favours shared responsibility on Brexit rather a single minister. Which means that everyone will leave it to everyone else.
So which single TD could have expertise to cover all the bases ? I can't think of any .
 

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Paul Murphy is correct: FF and FG are now to all intents and purposes one party and one will have to prop up the other until they eventually amalgamate.

Clifford getting upset with Murphy.
 


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