ACCORDING to a survey carried [...]

Ronan O'Reilly
June 2013
Daily Mail;6/10/2013, p17
ACCORDING to a survey carried out by a Sunday paper, a significant proportion of RTÉ chat show guests work for the station themselves. In the case of The Saturday Night Show, one in four of the lucky people interviewed by Brendan O'Connor, pictured, during the most recent season were on the Montrose payroll. Are they quite sure? I'd have thought the percentage was much higher than that.


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