and is broadcast live across two hours plus in front of a studio audience on Friday nights between September and May at 21.30.Having maintained the same name and format continuously, The Late Late Show was first broadcast on Friday, 6 July 1962 at 23.20 it later moved to its current home on Friday night schedules.I am still waiting for The River Café of Indian food, by which I mean a restaurant created by passionate non-indigenous chefs and proprietors, but even that is coming closer with Claire Fisher at Ganapati in Peckham and Stevie Parle who, in his Dock Kitchen in Ladbroke Grove, often cooks with inspiration from his travels in the subcontinent.But meanwhile there is every style available from the sublime at Gymkhana to the cor blimey at Delhi Grill. What for: kid methi keema with pao; Chettinad dosa duck; Muntjac deer biryani.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Three external broadcasts have aired, most recently from the Wexford Opera House on 5 September 2008.
It averages 650,000 viewers per episode and has consistently achieved RTÉ's highest ratings.
For much of its early life, RTÉ Television Centre's Studio 1 in Donnybrook, Dublin was its home—this original studio accommodated a small audience of about 120.
Open until the wee hours of the night, this Pakistani joint is a beacon for cabbies looking for authentic eats.
The menu is vast, featuring combos of curries, rice and naan, but most of the food can be selected from the display, which is then reheated in a microwave.