As part English blow-in, lapsed culchie, and wistful twenty-something, Alison Spittle is a little lost when it comes to identity. Tonight on RTÉ2, the comedian sets out to speak to a variety of people across Ireland to find out what being a country person means to them.

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After a quick visit to her own family, Alison visits the uber glamorous Erika Fox who found fame with her lifestyle and beauty blog - Retro Flame. You may have seen Erika on Instagram, Snapchat or even on Nationwide where she spoke to Colm Flynn about her new life in New York.

Taking Alison on a vlog shoot to her favourite local spot, Erika explains that being from Kerry gave her a resilience and underdog status which was key to her success.

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Next up? Alison meets Bradley Brock, a make-up artist and drag queen, who is rocking Ballina at the first ever Mayo Pride festival. As a proud Mayo man, Bradley is determined to pursue his career in the west of Ireland rather than move to Dublin.

While Alison is there, she helps him with both his accessorising and feeding time with the family’s animals.

Alison with Neil Tully
Alison with Neil Tully

From there, our host meets the Tully Twins, Cavan man Kevin McGahern, Kerry Comedian Shane Clifford and a whole host of young farmers including Catherine Smyth and her friends who are passionate about pedigree cattle, and keep up to date with marts and prices via Snapchat - check them out in the video above.

Watch Alison Spittle's Culchie Club on RTÉ Player now.