Boys oh boys. Pop music and thousands of young people going mad and enjoying themselves on the hallowed turf of Croke Park.

A wry look at the prospect of pop concerts being held at Croke Park the headquarters of the GAA.

If the GAA is permitting rock concerts in the sacred environment of Croke Park, there's a good reason for it.

Frank Hall introduces this sketch starring Eamon Morrissey commenting on teenagers flocking to Croke Park in their thousands for musical entertainment. 

All out to go mad and enjoy themselves singing and screeching and going mad all night long under the auspices of the GAA.

If Archbishop Thomas Croke were alive today, he would be delighted with this prospect.

This episode of 'Evening Extra' was broadcast on 6 April 1988. The presenter is Frank Hall.