Thursday 29 June 2017

INM's special correspondent Paul Williams will appear on The Late Late Show to give lowdown on gangland key players

Journalist Paul Williams
Journalist Paul Williams

Sasha Brady

INM's special correspondent Paul Williams will appear on Friday night's episode of The Late Late Show to give a lowdown of the key players of Dublin's gangland feud.

On the day that Dublin buries Eddie Hutch Snr, the second victim of the recent upsurge in gangland violence, INM's special crime correspondent, Paul Williams, will offer The Late Late Show viewers a lowdown on who the key players are in this latest feud.

Armed gardaí from the Emergency Response Unit on patrol in north inner city Dublin after Gerry Hutch Snr's death. PA
Armed gardaí from the Emergency Response Unit on patrol in north inner city Dublin after Gerry Hutch Snr's death. PA

From his unique insight into the criminal world, Mr Williams will reveal what these criminals are worth, where they’re stashing the cash and how they are controlling the Dublin crime scene from their sunny homes in southern Europe.

As the date of the General Election draws near, presenter Ryan Turbidy will also be joined by behavioural psychologist Dr Peter Collett who will put Enda Kenny, Joan Burton, Michéal Martin and Gerry Adams under the spotlight.

Having studied the body language of the four main party leaders over the course of the election campaign, Dr Collett will aim to bring viewers some truth behind the spin as he analyses what they're really thinking.

Comedian Oliver Callan will also be on-hand to give viewers his unique in-character take on the General Election campaign so far.

English glamour model Alicia Douvall will join Ryan Tubridy to talk about living to regret spending £1 million on more than 300 plastic surgeries and how she’s going to need even more work to rectify the damage.

Friday night's episode will also feature the inspiring story of entrepreneur Pat Phelan who left school early to become a butcher boy, found himself virtually unemployable after developing an alcohol dependence in his mid-30s, but turned it around to take Trustdev, his start-up tech company to sale for an eye watering €40 million in just a few years.

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