Television: Fists and fury at a bloated bunfight
RTÉ has certainly had its moments during Rio 2016
Rio 2016 RTÉ Two, BBC One
Fortune’s Wheel RTÉ One
Tonight, the Rio Olympics draw to a close with what we can safely forecast will be yet another vaguely psychedelic, borderline- incomprehensible ceremony at the Maracanã. And with the greatest of respect to our doughty rowers, sailors, hurdlers and Pat Hickey, if your personal highlight of this two-week cavalcade of corporatism was anything other than Michael Conlan’s righteous...
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