Between The Late Late Show, his daily radio show and a new children’s book, Ryan Tubridy has a lot on his plate, but Nadine O’Regan finds him relaxed and at peace with himself. Just don’t ask him about his love life
Where is the best place to do a quiet and intimate interview with Ryan Tubridy? If we’re talking about a public place in Ireland, the answer is: there is no good place. Like a pop star from the 1990s, Tubridy attracts attention. People light up, smile, stop in recognition or do fun double-takes.
Even though I’ve put us in the darkest corner of Bianconi’s coffee shop near RTÉ for the purposes of this...
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