Thursday, March 08, 2007

Pssstttt

PPsssttt Capital D on RTE 1 at 7pm this evening could well feature some bloggers!

24 comments:

Harry McGee said...

I never knew that yourself and red mum were one and the same. Keep it up!

Sinéad said...

Looking good!

I didn't know there was a man of the cloth blogging?

Gavin said...

Thanks for letting us know, I just watched it there. Was great to finally meet you in some small visual way. Great piece.

*~AngeLa~*... (^^) said...

Saw you in tv just now...i like your pictures!!..

keep up the good work!!

Cliona said...

I saw you on Capital D this evening and recognised you immediately. You used to come in to the Bank where I used to work on O Connell Street, I can't believe your daughter is 15 but then again it was 12 years ago that I met you with her first. Anyway just wanted to say I had seen you and have enjoyed reading your blog. I will come back.

Ian Poulton said...

Hi Red Mum,

I'm the 'man of the cloth'. Hope the broadcast turned out well. I didn't see it - my seven year old car sat down on me, as Fainthearted as its owner. Love your photos - have you a gallery on Pbase.

Ian

John said...

Congrats on the blog awards Photographs tell us so much more than words.
Keep up the good work.

John of Dublin said...

Saw ya on the telly tonight. Well done! You'll soon be signing autographs. The young wan must surely at last think her Mum is cool.

Grandad said...

Hi Red,

Well done!!

Now I know who to avoid if I'm in town and wearing something strange ;)

Grandad

caitriona said...

fecksies (to totally rip off una's turn of phrase). i sat down in front of the tv for the first time in MONTHS and coincidentally flicked onto 'Capital D' just as it ended. will have to check out the online version (as soon as i'm sitting in front of a computer that will allow it)

RamblingMan said...

well done red mum, grandad and ian - really enjoyed the program. my mother rang me just before and said "theres something on RTV1 about that blog thing you do!" which i took to mean that there was a feature on RTE1 (RTV ?) about the irish blogosphere ... carry on blogging

Boliath said...

You looked and sounded fantastic! Delighted to see you didn't put on a telly persona and let the pj wearers have it, good for you!

Flirty Something said...

Damn, I missed it. Any idea if I can get online?

Have added you to my blog list, hope that ok?

Maisey said...

I had a totally different image of you in my head due to some pics on Flickr. Glad to 'meet' the real you. Congrats on the blog awards and last nights piece on Capital D. I missed it on TV but was able to catch it online this afternooon. Good, interesting selection of bloggers for the segment. Flirty something, here is the link, http://www.rte.ie/news/capitald/ and click on Dublin Blogosphere

cc said...

I watched it online thanks to Maisey's link!! Excellent! Redmum, you're famous!!

Sarah said...

Hello there! I am an American who came across your blog after watching the streaming broadcast of "Capital D" I miss Ireland very much, but your beautiful photos and intelligent insights help me pass the time until I return. Keep up the great work!

Flirty Something said...

Found it at last - well done, excellent piece. A whole new world of teenage psychological warfare.

John said...

Sorry to rain on your parade lads. But did you know that Google owns copyright to all works published on the net! You agreed to this as payment for them hosting your work and giving you a platform.
But do keep up the good work.
Did you see the window display in Switzers. Go take a look treat yourselves.

Maman Poulet said...

It was the best piece on blogging in the Irish Mainstream Media ever. Nuff said... (And as I now live in the heart of PJ land feel free to come over for coffee any time RM!)

that girl said...

Congratu;ations Red Mum, that was a lovely piece on Capital D and great to see a considered piece on the bloggers as distinct from the blogs!

The Humble Housewife said...

Hi Redmum - You were brilliant, very wellspoken! Keep up the great work!

One ninety to town said...

I just saw the Capital D thing. Well done, you came across really well. Power to you.

Red Mum said...

Wow thats a wonderful reaction to the programme, hopefully that means I didn't come across as a bit strange :) I did say hopefully.

Thanks everyone for the kind and mucg appreciated words. I was nervous about it but I had fun doing it, thought nervous (what a surprise) and was surprisingly happy with some of the shots I got on the day, some of which they showed.

Mark @Help, I'll have a look and come back to you.

Cliona - well hello there, delighted you stopped by. Course I remember yourself, I annoyed you enough times when I opened my account. If you seen herself you'd have a mini heart attack, she's a wee woman now.

Ian Poulton thanks for stopping by I enjoyed your part at lot. Its great to see all the varying people who enjoy blogging.

Flirty, feel free to link :). I will also be updating mine after the blog awards, I found so many great sites I didn't know.

Oh and regarding the teenage warfare, by any means necessary!

Maman Poulet: I'd be scared now - I'm afraid I might get clobbered with a fluffy slipper! I think I'll be going out taking pics with a hat on in future.

Thanks again everyone, I'm delighted with the comments.

KnackeredKaz said...

I totally missed it on tv, after all that! But saw it on the Net with the link there. Excellent stuff, it looked really really good! Fair play to you, though you should have let the Young Wan be in it you know....you're stealing her limelight!!