Kevin McGahern: ‘2020 was the most annoying yet interesting year in human history’

The comedian travelled across the US interviewing Trump supporters in 2016, now his new panel show, Clear History, will encourage guests to discuss Irish historical events while revealing their own mortifying personal memories

23rd January, 2021
Kevin McGahern: ‘2020 was the most annoying yet interesting year in human history’
Kevin McGahern: ‘I think the best cure for Irish conspiracy theorists is to stick them on Inis Meáin for a month, with no internet.’

When comedian, writer and broadcaster Kevin McGahern logs on to a Zoom call with the Business Post earlier this week, he is the very vision of new fatherhood – good-humoured, a little tired, having just paused fatherly duties to slip into another room for the call. “All I keep thinking about is the couples I know who have had children – there’s no way they did this,” he laughs. “I don’t know how our parents’...

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