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The 'Comedy' 'Sketch' That Had Paul Galvin Raging Last Night

Donny Mahoney
By Donny Mahoney
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The row between Galvin and RTE's resident nob, 'funnyman' Oliver Callan, was allegedly rooted in a 'comedic' sketch for last week's Green Tea. (I had to google Green Tea. Apparently it's a satirical comedy programme on Radio One on Saturday. If you jump to around 7.10 on the clip below, you can hear it for yourself. The sketch is criminally unfunny and the impression of Galvin is appalling, which makes you wonder why he got so angry. Galvin's had to acquire thick skin on the pitch, though maybe he thought he was doing the country a service. (And please, please, please, don't listen to any other parts of this programme. Life is too short and there is enough pain in this world without willingly subjecting yourself to that.)





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