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Late Lunch Friday April 19th 2024

Kathy Crinion told the poignant story of her great, great, grandmother who was committed to St Loman's in Mullingar in the wrong. Wordfoolery made its debut on Late Lunch with the wonderful Grace Tierney. Gladiator winner Marie Louise Nicholson told us she's a Termonfeckin woman to the core! David Sheehan previewed the weekend's sporting action and we dipped into one of Greg Davies really funny stories for our comedy.

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