Thursday December 12, 2019

Radio: When Marian met Marian

Reviewed this week: The Marian Finucane Show RTE Radio 1

15th January, 2015
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This was how RTE’s website described the opening segment of last Saturday’s Marian Finucane Show (RTE Radio 1): “Known for her upbeat & unashamedly romantic novels, Marian Keye’s [sic] novels have a dark-side [sic], dealing with addiction, abuse and depression. Marian also spoke very candidly of her own depression, and how she got through the dark days.”

However, this was not the way that Marian Keyes herself saw...

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