Actor and comedian Pat Shortt will join Ella McSweeney and Áine Lawlor as they host day three of Big Week on the Farm! We're excited to see the Tipperary man present. Do you know who else is excited?
The 2 Johnnies of course!
They've reigned in on how the week is going, questioning how city slicker Al Porter will fair out on a farm, they're looking forward in particular to Shortt who, in their own words, is "a great countryman!"
Watch their hilarious analysis of Big Week on the Farm below:
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Tonight on Big Week...
Looks like Pat Shortt is all set for tonight! Speaking to Ray D'Arcy, he's not too confident of beating Aobhín Garrihy's Pull the Udder One record, saying Aoibhín got "more milk out of the cow than was possible."
The Tipperary man spent time today with farmer Patrick Shavley at the cattle mart, saying his favourite part was of course, the catering on hand. "It's exciting, but I'm very nervous!" he told Ray ahead of guest presenting live on-air tonight.
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The fun and frolics continue with farmer Patrick Shavley aiming to break yet another world record! What is the record tonight, you ask? We don't know yet!
We'll also see how Patrick got on with his first record attempt earlier in the week.
Also on tonight, we'll be analysing the amorous behaviour of the bull, the caring for bats on Patrick's land, and looking at the varying behaviours of chicks, ducklings and quail live in-studio.
Big Week on the Farm continues tonight from 7pm on RTÉ One with presenter Pat Shortt!
The Ray D'Arcy Show on RTÉ Radio 1 will be doing daily updates on the show every day next week.
If you miss any of the live shows, you can catch-up on the RTÉ Player.
Big Week on the Farm is co-funded with RTÉ by Science Foundation Ireland. Science and technology are increasingly part of modern farming and food production.