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Saturday Night with Miriam


Programme 8 - Saturday, 23 August 2014

Miriam O'Callaghan will be joined by ex-Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle ahead of her performances with the Lord of the Dance, Michael Flatley

Programme 6 - Saturday, 9 August 2014

The Belfast-born television presenter will chat about growing up in Northern Ireland, Manchester United's chances this season and his cameo in Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie.M

Boxer Paddy Barnes will also be appearing on the show to talk anthems, fatherhood and his plans for the future.

Also, chef Garry Hughes and concierge Denis O'Brien chat about life at the front and back of house at Dublin's Shelbourne Hotel.

Dublin-born Susan Whelan will discuss her life as Leicester City F.C.'s Chief Executive, and there'll be live music from We Cut Corners.

Programme 5 - Saturday, 2 August 2014

For more information on the items covered on tonight's programme

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Irish Kidney Association
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Programme 4 - Saturday, 26 July 2014
Coming up on the show this week Nathan Carter, who was to be the support act for Garth Brooks in Croke Park will be in to talk about the disappointment he felt after hearing that the concerts were cancelled, he will also be performing his latest single "Good Time Girls". Una Foden from The Saturdays will be talking about music, marriage and motherhood. Athlete Derval O' Rourke will be in to talk about her retirement and life after the track. Paul Kimmage and his wife Ann will be talking about Paul's life- long obsession with the cycling and the personal price they paid for blowing the whistle on drugs in the sport.

Programme 3 - Saturday, 19 July 2014
On this week's show Miriam talks to Anne Ferris TD about her remarkable speech in the Dail yesterday and her personal experience of Mother and Baby Homes.

Rugby legend and upcoming fashionista Tommy Bowe talks about the Lions tour, his recent injuries, his new clothing range and the love of his life.

Author and broadcaster Joe O'Connor tells Miriam about his latest work, "The Thrill of it All" and his reaction to the Garthgate saga.

Paula and Padraic Naugthon tell about the day all three of their sons received a shocking diagnosis and how their community rallied round to support the family. For more information on their story and to help, check out

As well as all that, there's music from legendary Irish band, The Blades.

Programme 2 - Saturday, 12 July 2014
This week Miriam is joined by actress Charlene McKenna hot from the set of Ripper Street.

Fair City's Clelia Murphy (aka Niamh) talks toy boys on Ireland's favourite soap and how she's achieved her great new look.

Businessman Niall Harbison tells Miriam the reason he wrote his book, "Get Sh*t Done" and how he managed to pull off a multi million euro deal while battling his demons.

Miriam talks to the inspirational couple Simon and Ruth Fitzmaurice about Simon's Motor Neuron's Disease and how they have chosen life and hope despite their battles. They discuss his new book "It's Not Yet Dark" and his plans to make a movie.

All that, plus music from James Vincent McMorrow, on Saturday Night with Miriam, after the main evening news at 9.50pm on RTÉ One.

Programme 1 - Saturday, 5 July 2014
Coming up on the show this week the incredibly talented Hollywood star and proud Dubliner Colm Meaney talks movies, tv, Italia 90 and life in the sun
Comedian and impressionist Mario Rosenstock recalls encounters with some of those he mimics and tells Miriam about life as the man with 1,000 voices.
Also on the couch, teacher, model and Sarah Jane Dunne tells Miriam about being the first traveller ever to reach the finals of Miss Ireland and photographer Eric Luke shows why his #myoldnegatives twitter meme has put his photographs on the map.
All that plus music from the biggest movie of the moment, with Ryan Sheridan performing the song Brendan O'Carroll personally commissioned for Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie...

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