YouTube

  • 📰 JOEdotie
  • ⏱ Reading Time:
  • 1 sec. here
  • 2 min. at publisher
  • 📊 Quality Score:
  • News: 4%
  • Publisher: 51%

Ireland Headlines News

This week's IrelandUnfiltered continues with Father Ted writer Arthur Mathews who speaks to Dion Fanning about Pope Ted, his future projects and why he doesn't bother with Twitter. Together with CarlsbergIE WATCH:

 

Thank you for your comment. Your comment will be published after being reviewed.
Please try again later.
We have summarized this news so that you can read it quickly. If you are interested in the news, you can read the full text here. Read more:

 /  🏆 31. in İE

Ireland Latest News, Ireland Headlines

Similar News:You can also read news stories similar to this one that we have collected from other news sources.

Father Ted creator says religion in Ireland actually had a 'terrible effect' on him | JOE.ieArthur Mathews, comedy writer and co-creator of one of the greatest TV shows of all time, Father Ted, is our guest on Ireland Unfiltered this week...
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

YouTube
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

YouTube
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

YouTube
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

The hardest Father Ted priest quiz that you'll ever take | JOE.ieThink you know all the supporting priests from Father Ted? This quiz will really see if you know your ecumenical matters or if you're a gobshite mart_russell 18/30...few tough ones in there
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

Father Ted creator says religion in Ireland actually had a 'terrible effect' on him | JOE.ieArthur Mathews, comedy writer and co-creator of one of the greatest TV shows of all time, Father Ted, is our guest on Ireland Unfiltered this week... Not only him! The whole country!
Source: JOEdotie - 🏆 31. / 51 Read more »

Farmer (74) jailed for shooting man and dog as part of land feudTed O’Donoghue involved in dispute over Co Limerick right of way for ‘40 years’, court told (74) Thanks for the clarification that he’s (74)
Source: IrishTimes - 🏆 3. / 98 Read more »