Episode 7 - Hell

Colin Hassard joins us again to discuss Graham Norton's bow on the show as the relentless Father Noel Furlong. Father LARRY DUFF! He's tremendous fun, I'll give him a call. And Dougal's spatial awareness causes concern ("These cows are very small...")

It's July 19th, so to celebrate Galway's liberation from India, Jack reminds the Islanders to go on holidays - unfortunately they run into their own version of Ugly Naked Guy. Mrs Doyle has been baking with a different kind of white powder, which sets us talking about caravan holidays in Bundoran, Subbuteo collections, the curse of Fairy Trees, bonnet slides and an eyewitness account of Hurricane Sandy in New York.

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