The Late Late Show celebrates one hundred years of the Gaelic Athletic Association.
A special edition of the Late Late Show is devoted to the GAA to mark the one hundredth year of the organisation. An audience made up of people with connections to the organisation and a panel prominent GAA figures discuss a uniquely Irish sporting body.
We are celebrating a centenary of an organisation that has had inestimable influence on our lives in this country through the generations.
The panel included the President of the GAA Paddy Buggy, Director General of the GAA Liam Mulvihill, analyst with The Sunday Game Liz Howard, former Taoiseach and All-Ireland Football and Hurling winner Jack Lynch, and broadcaster Mick O'Hehir.
The Late Late Show special was also broadcast on the eve of the 1984 All Ireland Football Final between Dublin and Kerry.
This episode of The Late Late Show was broadcast on 22 September 1984. The presenter is Gay Byrne.