I like comedy/hearing/telling jokes and I get along well with people who are friendly and patient.I am very tolerant with any/all religious and political views and have great respect for all.It’s still so young as a medium: not even a century old.
Music, well anything that boosts my workouts or suits my mood!! Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Rihanna, Iron Maiden, Rammstein, Rise Against, Of Monsters and Men, Stromae, Nightwish, Basshunter, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, MCR(never forget!
), HIM, Jason Derulo, Blink 182, Slipknot, Editors, Pink, I really could go on .........guilty pleasures include 80s pop (I am man enough to admit it).
Enlisting the help of both families, Ian did just that by making a huge banner that read: ‘NIAMH WILL YOU MARRY ME? Niamh and Ian’s apartment has a view of the bell tower and when he knew his family were in place, he handed her a pair of binoculars to look through. #proposal #shesaidyes #shandon#engagement A post shared by Shandon Bells (@shandon.bells) on Telling Niamh there was a ‘protest’ happening, he quickly got down on one knee as she looked at the banner.
’ and asking them to hold it on the ledge of the bell tower at St. The question was popped, Niamh said yes and we just know they’re going to live happily ever after.
Acclaimed playwright David Hare brings a four-part drama to BBC2 in Collateral, featuring Carey Mulligan as a detective investigating the fatal shooting of a pizza delivery man, with support from John Simm, Nicola Walker and Billie Piper.
The Beeb also has first dibs on The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, the follow-up to Fox’s , featuring Edgar Ramirez, Penélope Cruz and Ricky Martin in the tragic glamour.
Speaking to Patricia Messenger on C103, Niamh said she’d had an inkling that he was going to propose as he told her to get her nails done!
After thanking the staff at Shandon Bells, she said that they’re loving the engagement period but will start planning the wedding soon.
Peter Foott’s well-regarded film The Young Offenders finds new life as a TV series with original actors Alex Murphy and Chris Walley reprising their roles for a six-part series commissioned by BBC3.
Following , Aidan Gillen continues his excursions into biographical performance with Dave Allen: A Life at Peace, portraying the late, great probing Irish comedian in a biopic from BBC and RTÉ.
And, in a milestone for social progress, My Trans Life is a groundbreaking new series following the lives of young transgender people in Ireland, documenting their transitioning within a greatly changed country.