PHOTOS: Ryan Tubridy Enjoys Ballybunion Hospitality For Radio Show

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Michelle Keane, Interior Designer with Ryan Tubridy at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion, where he was broadcasting live with RTE Radio 1. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

THERE was great excitement at The Coast Café in Ballybunion this morning where Ryan Tubridy broadcasted his RTE show.

The Late Late Show host had a great time speaking with Brendan Kennelly, local entrepreneur Barry Liston, editor of Ballybunion News Ger Walsh and a host of guests as part of ‘Tubs On The Wild Atlantic Way Tour’.

He also found time for a bit of skateboarding and to raise the local national school, Scoil Íosagáin’s Green Flag.

Ryan will  return to Kerry for another live broadcast from The Moorings at Portage on Friday. Scroll down for photos…

Making a spectacle. Ryan Tubridy swapping sunglasses with Darragh Cregan, Scoil Iosagain, at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion. Photo:Valerie O’Sullivan

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Ryan Turbridy tries out a skateboard on the Main Street in Ballybunion, presented to him by Barry Liston, Skateboard maker. Photo:Valerie O’Sullivan

Sophie Walsh, with Ryan Tubridy at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

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Proprietors of Coast Cafe, Daniel Buckley, Eileen Kiely, Ethan and Cliodhna Buckley, with Ryan Tubridy at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

Barry Liston, Skateboard Manufacturer with Ryan Tubridy at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

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Dr. Brenan Kennelly, chatting with Ryan Tubridy at the Coast Cafe, Ballybunion. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

Ryan Turbridy at Scoil Iosagain, Ballybunion, to raise the Green Flag. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan

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