Friday, 11 May 2007

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Pat Kenny spoke to Kimberly Flemming, Stephen Grogan and Joey Corbett - three people who suffer from hair loss - about the effect it has on their lives. Niall Boylan from Evolve then explained a cosmetic procedure which can help them and The Late Late Show put it to the test.


Back in 1995 the Spice Girls literally exploded on to the music scene. They were five wannabes who went on to make history as one of the most successful pop groups of all time. When it all ended each of them embarked on solo careers with varying degrees of success. Melanie C has proven herself to be the most enduring of the lot. She has just released her new solo album called "This Time" and performed her new single "Carolyna".


Right now, when there is a ring on your doorbell, odds on it is a politician canvassing for your vote. But what happens when the counting is done and the wannabe has failed to win that all important seat? Three years ago Royston Brady looked like the next big thing in politics. He had a successful spell as Dublin's Lord Mayor behind him which was supposed to be the launch pad for a glittering career in politics. But then it all went horribly wrong, he felt let down by his party, he lost friends, family and even his livelihood overnight.


Over thirty million viewers tuned in to watch Anita Dobson has she was given her divorce papers live on television. That was 21 years ago when Dirty Den was up to his antics in Eastenders. Anita has moved on to take on move classical roles and is in Ireland to perform at the Wexford Opera Festival from May 31st to June 17th.


Renowned virtuoso guitarist Paco Pena new show "A Compas! To The Rhythm" tours Ireland from May 24th visiting Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Galway.


Donal McIntyre is one of a rare breed, a man who knows no fear. He has gone undercover to expose some of Britain's most notorious criminals. He has returned to Ireland to attend the European premier of his documentary "A Very British Gangster" about a second generation Irish man Dominic Noonan.


Kimberly Flemming, Stephen Grogan and Joey Corbett - three people who suffer from hair loss - returned to show off the results of their cosmetic make over.


Although they have only just turned 30, Ash have already enjoyed 15 years at the top. They had their first hit while they were still at school and their 5th studio album "Twilight Of The Innocents" is released next month. From that album Ash performed "You Can't Have It All". Their Irish tour starts on June 4th in Temple Bar Music Centre.


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