Rugby player, Tommy Bowe, dropped by The Nicky Byrne Show studio to talk about the sport, clothes and more! Also, Cormac Battle went to the streets of Dublin to ask people what their biggest fears are! You won’t believe some of them…
A few special guests were had on today’s broadcast of The Nicky Byrne Show. For starters, writer Oisin McKenna chatted to Nicky about his new show, Gays Against the Free State, in the Tiger Dublin Fringe festival.
Also joining Nicky were Johnny Jitzu and Glenn Irvine. Watch the video below:
Jules Coll went into The Nicky Byrne Show studio to talk about her new book, ‘Flabyrinth’, for every woman who’s ever looked in the mirror and felt bad about themselves. The interview was lovely, and she even added that it was her favourite she’s ever done, saying that Nicky is very easy to talk to!
Jane Downes from Clearview Coaching gave Nicky and Jenny tips about how to prevent getting bored at work:
But the highlight of today’s broadcast was Carl Mullangetting cupped! In cupping therapy, a therapist puts special cups on another person’s skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
Louis Walsh, Westlife’s former manager, gave Nicky and Jenny a visit on today’s show and even got to play their X Factor Quiz to test his knowledge on the music competition show, ahead of the new season. Prize was a signed copy of Nicky’s debut album Sunlight!
Other guests on the show included Tanya Sweeney, who talked about online trolling, and Cormac Battle, who went to the streets asking people what they would do for love and if they could change your partner.