Tv3 dating program
Blind Date, the world’s greatest dating show will air on TV3 this autumn with Al Porter, the IFTA Award winning comedian, columnist and Today FM broadcaster stepping into the role of mischievous matchmaker.
I remember watching shows like Blind Date with Cilla as my Mam ironed and my Nana laughed and it doing just that – cheering us all up!The station says Browne is doing so for personal reasons. Bill Malone, director of programming at TV3 said: “Vincent has made an extraordinary contribution to Irish journalism and to Irish broadcasting.As the presenter of the Tonight Show, Vincent encapsulated the mood of the nation during unprecedented economic and political turmoil.Al's a vaudeville performer." Lucy Kennedy was originally supposed to host an Irish version of Blind Date on TV3 back in 2014, but the idea was scrapped in the end.However, the show is now back on TV3's agenda thanks to former RTE2 boss Bill Malone coming on board as TV3's director of programming - and the station are expected to officially announce the new series at its autumn schedule launch.If you think you can tell a charmer from a chancer, take a shot at romance and apply on tv3.ie/blinddate now.
Comedy superstar Al Porter is the new host of TV3’s brand new entertainment show ‘Blind Date’.
The show will provide in-depth analysis of some of the national and international issues of the day.
Kenny - who made the move from RTE to Newstalk two years ago - had been linked to such a move in recent weeks, and the deal between Kenny and TV3 was made public today.
Speaking about the new gig, Al Porter said "I'm beyond delighted this is happening and leaped at the chance to do it!
Since I was a kid on stage in the Olympia all I've ever wanted to do was cheer people up and entertain as many people as possible.
The 24-year-old is set to become Ireland's answer to Cilla Black by hosting the new show on TV3.