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Laois celebrity appearing on this week’s Late Late Show

Bernard O'Shea

A well-known Laois man and Durrow native is one of the top guests of this weekend’s Late Late Show on RTÉ.

Comedian Bernard O’Shea and partner in crime Marty Morrissey will be sitting down with Ryan Tubridy to chat about their new show, Marty and Bernard’s Big Adventure.

Ireland’s leading fashion and beauty entrepreneur Suzanne Jackson and Senator Michael McDowell will also feature on the show with music from Soulé.

Bernard and Marty will speak about modern manhood, and how they fared out as becoming Instagram models this week!

Blogger turned businesswoman Suzanne Jackson is the creator of one of Ireland’s best-known lifestyle sites, SoSueMe.ie, and is also the founder and CEO of a bestselling beauty brand. Suzanne joins Ryan to chat about her rise to success and the influence that social media holds in society today.

Senator Michael McDowell joins Ryan to discuss the current political climate in Ireland and chats about his new documentary which examines the history of the Catholic Church and state relations, and how Rome came to shape the Irish political landscape.

Earlier this week TEDx held their first event in an Irish prison, looking at what can be done to change the public mindset about prison.

Dublin footballer Philly McMahon and Governor of Mountjoy Prison Eddie Mullins join Ryan to discuss what can be done to rehabilitate offenders through the ‘Unfuccced’ programme, and the supports that are needed by ex-offenders to reintegrate into society.

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.