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Gaybo's Grumpy Men

Gaybo's Grumpy Men
Also known as Grumpy Old Men
Genre Conversational, Comedy & Reality
Narrated by Gay Byrne
Country of origin Ireland
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1 Special
No. of episodes 1
Production
Running time 60 Minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RTÉ
Original airing 2005
Chronology
Related shows Grumpy Old Men

Gaybo's Grumpy Men is an Irish version of the BBC conversational-style television programme Grumpy Old Men on RTÉ which debuted in 2005. This Christmas special featured Gay Byrne as the onscreen presenter, as well as interviewer of his Grumpy Men, this differed from the BBC version in which Geoffrey Palmer is merely the narrator.

The format shows a number of well-known middle-aged men talk about things which annoy, listed in alphabetical order.

Contributors include Paraic Breathnach, Dave Fanning, Gary Kavanagh, Gerry Lundberg, David Norris, Brendan O'Carroll, Páidí Ó Sé, Cathal O'Shannon, John O'Shea, Alan Stanford & Steve Wall.

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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