Saturday 19 January 2019

The Den is being recreated on The Ray D'Arcy Show with Dustin the Turkey on Saturday night

And you can get involved

Ray D'Arcy on Den TV in 1993. Picture RTE Stills Library.
Ray D'Arcy on Den TV in 1993. Picture RTE Stills Library.
Dustin the Turkey
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Nineties kids will have the chance to indulge in some nostalgia on Saturday night when The Den will be recreated on The Ray D'Arcy Show.

Dustin the Turkey will share a screen with his old pal Ray for the first time in 20 years and they're looking for Dustin fans or people who appeared on the show to get involved on Saturday night.

They'll be reminiscing about old times, says Dustin, before adding, "That's before he declared a war on happiness in the world."

If you'd like to share your Den-related stories, photos, and video-messages just email with DUSTIN in the subject line and you might be chosen to feature on Saturday night.

"Yes, it does mean you have to go to the Ray D'Arcy Show," adds Dustin.

Ireland's favourite turkey will also be discussing his new book Wikibeaks which aims to expose the real Ireland like no other book has done before.

Also on the show will be Ireland soccer star Shay Given who will talk about his autobiography Any Given Sunday and the pain of losing his mum at the age of four and how this has been a driving force in his life.

Also, the coaches from RTE show Ireland's Fittest Family will be in studio to discuss the competition.  Ray will also set a challenge for camogie champion Anna Geary, Olympic athlete Derval O'Rourke, and GAA legend Davy Fitzgerald.

And fresh from her appearance on The Ellen Show, Galway girl Eimear O Tuathail (17) will be in studio to talk about the experience of meeting her idol and singing a song she penned especially for Ellen De Generes.

The Ray D'Arcy Show, Saturday, 10pm, RTE One.

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