I'm not sure why this is happening again. Because last year's effort with Mick Wallace, Ming Flanagan (at least he wore a suit), Glenda Gilson, and a former minister of state went so well? This year, Mary O'Rourke, Tom McGirk, Catherine Halloran, and - yes - The Rubberbandits, try to pretend they're not on a late night political show, to shoot the breeze with Vincent Browne. It'll attempt to be a light-hearted edition of the topical panel show, featuring a review of events that made the headlines during the past year. But that rarely happens. If you want to laugh for all the wrong reasons, be sure to tune in.
St. Stephen's Night with Vincent Browne. TV3: 11.00pm
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