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The Cafe
RTÉ The Cafe.jpg
Genre Talk show / music / comedy
Starring Aidan Power (2004–present)
Laura Woods (2004–2007)
Liam McCormack (2007–2008)
Country of origin Ireland
Language(s) English
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RTÉ Two
Original run present
Chronology
Related shows TTV
External links
Official website

The Cafe is an Irish chat programme aimed at youthful persons. It is broadcast on RTÉ Two as part of the TTV strand each Friday evening at 19:00, having switched from its previous location in the Thursday scheduling from 7 November 2008.

It is now presented by Aidan Power, although Laura Woods and Liam McCormack were his previous co-presenters. The waitress is Avril Kelly, who serves drinks to the audience and guests and acts as the announcer of what will occur following the commercial break.opening .[1]

Chats are conducted with two or three guests, there are comic inserts and a musical performance rounds off the show (although sometimes a musical performance may start the show a well). Past guests have included Jason Byrne and Donna and Joseph McCaul,[2] PJ Gallagher and Tom McGurk,[3] Glen Wallace and Jennifer Metcalfe, Caroline Morahan,[4] Amanda Byram, Michelle Heaton,[5] Nicola McLean, Daithí Ó Sé, The Kinetiks,[6] The Coronas, Rosanna Davision, Jacob Byrne,[7] Oliver Callan (aka Gay Byrne) and Pat Kenny,[8] wrestlers Scotty 2 Hotty and Joe Legend,[9] The Saw Doctors,[10] panellist John Bishop[11] and Skins actors Mike Bailey, Daniel Kaluuya and Larissa Wilson.[12]

The Cafe completed transmission of its fifth season on 27 March 2009. A sixth season was revealed on 14 August 2009 by Aidan Power to be on the way.[13]

Contents

Guestlist

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Season two (2005–2006)

Guests in season two included Keith Duffy, Kerry Katona, Michelle Heaton, Adam Woodyatt, Tony Fenton, Nicholas Hoult, Marty Whelan, Ronnie Drew, Lucy Kennedy, Larry Gogan, Louis Walsh and Liz Bonnin. Music was provided by Turn, The Marshals, Ham Sandwich, Gemma Hayes, Luan Parle, The Answer, Katie Melua and Damien Dempsey.

Date Guests Artist Song Link
26 January 2006 Gail Kaneswaren, Críona Grant and Andrea Roche, Bernard Dunne, Keith Duffy Turn "It's All About Nothing" [14]
2 February 2006 Kerry Katona, Ruaidhri Conroy, Paul Williams The Marshals "Make Her Cry" [15]
9 February 2006 Michelle Heaton and Andy Scott-Lee, Alan Quinlan and Frankie Sheahan Ham Sandwich "This Screaming Silence" [16]
16 February 2006 Adam Woodyatt, Gemma Hayes, Anna Nolan Gemma Hayes "Undercover" [17]
23 February 2006 David Mitchell and Tony Fenton, You're A Star Leanne Harte "Hard to Grasp" [18]
2 March 2006 Linda Martin and Brian Ormond, Nicholas Hoult George Murphy "Something Outta Nothing" [19]
9 March 2006 Marty Whelan, Ruaidhrí Conroy, Aoife Ní Thuairisg Stoat "Acunamanacana" [20]
16 March 2006 Lake Highland Highlandettes, Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh, Ronnie Drew Luan Parle "Failed Romances" [21]
23 March 2006 Lucy Kennedy, Michael McElhatton and Tito Long The Answer "Never Too Late" [22]
30 March 2006 Michael Carruth and Emma O'Driscoll, Richie Kavanagh, Larry Gogan Prison Love [23]
6 April 2006 Journey South, Katie Melua, Louis Walsh Katie Melua "Spiders Web" [24]
20 April 2006 Gordon D'Arcy, Damien Dempsey, Liz Bonnin Damien Dempsey "Party On" [25]

Exam specials

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
7 June 2006 Ray D'Arcy, Jason Byrne, 1 Aslan Aslan "Lucy Jones Part 2" and "Different Man" [26]
8 June 2006 Triniti, Jason Byrne, Fiona Looney and Deirdre O'Kane Triniti and Delorentos "Rose on Water" and "Leave It On" [27]
9 June 2006 Tom Dunne, Jason Byrne, Pamela Flood O'Sullivan Brothers "High" [28]
12 June 2006 Matt Willis, Jack L, Jason Byrne, Paul Byrom The Saw Doctors "Your Guitar" [29]
13 June 2006 John Maguire, Jason Byrne, Denis Irwin Republic of Loose "Translation" [30]

1. Byrne was hired as a waiter for these five episodes. He served coffee to The Cafe's guests.

Season three (2006–2007)

Season three included twenty-seven editions of The Cafe, thirteen of which were in 2006 and fourteen of which were in 2007. Music was provided by Mickey Harte, Director, Messiah J & The Expert, The Frank and Walters, Neosupervital, Fionn Regan, The Charlatans, The Blizzards, David Kitt, Boss Volenti, The Coronas, Vyvienne Long, Luan Parle, My Alamo, Delorentos, Iain Archer, Royseven, The Cooper Temple Clause and Brian McFadden.

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
28 September 2006 Spiral, Bernard O'Shea, Sinéad Beirne Spiral "So Sexy" [31]
5 October 2006 Oliver Callan, Mickey Harte, Bubble Hits (James Hyland and Lee Walsh) Mickey Harte "Can't Let Go" [32]
12 October 2006 Mr. Ireland (Simon Hales), Rasher In-Flight Safety "Surround" [33]
19 October 2006 Brent Pope, Bernard O'Shea, Mark Pollock Director "Come with a Friend" [34]
26 October 2006 Bronagh Gallagher, Oliver Callan, Irish Ghostbusters Nylon "Closer" [35]
2 November 2006 Oliver Callan, Jimmy Magee, Jack Wise SuperJimenez "Helicopters" [36]
9 November 2006 Oliver Callan, Joe Duffy, Tadhg Kennelly Messiah J & The Expert "Something Outta Nothing" [37]
16 November 2006 Fitzy, Karl Spain, Oliver Callan, GP Taylor The Frank and Walters "Miles and Miles" [38]
23 November 2006 TJ and TJ, Fair City's Barry, Jo and Heather (Patrick David Nolan, Rachel Sarah Murphy and Una Kavanagh), Kieran Donaghy and Aidan O'Mahony Republic of Loose "The Idiots" [39]
30 November 2006 Jason Byrne, Robin Cousins Neosupervital "Now That I Found It" [40]
7 December 2006 Gary Cooke, Oliver Callan, Bryan Dobson Fionn Regan "Put a Penny in the Slot" [41]
14 (17?) December 2006 Maeve Higgins, Jack Wise, PJ Gallagher The Charlatans and Jake Stevens "Blackened Blue Eyes" and "Merry Christmas Jakey Boy" [42]
21 December 2006 Fran Cosgrave, Oliver Callan, Keith Barry The Blizzards "Fantasy" [43]
1 January 2007 Oliver Callan as Joe Duffy in an end of year Top 10 review [44]
18 January 2007 Ryan Tubridy, Oliver Callan, Dave Coffey David Kitt "One Clear Way" [45]
25 January 2007 Bill O'Herlihy, Oliver Callan, Ben Ramazani Mista.BNG and Boss Volenti "Stronger Than Before" and "The Gun" [46]
1 February 2007 Briain Gleeson and Charlene Gleeson and Tara Leinston (Trouble in Paradise), Oliver Callan, Eamon Horan and Brendan Fanning The Coronas "Decision Time" [47]
8 February 2007 Derval O'Rourke, Oliver Callan, Blind Date Vyvienne Long "She Wants to Move" [48]
15 February 2007 Blind Date Catch Up, Dáithí Ó Sé, TJ and TJ, Monica Loughman Luan Parle "Make It On My Own" [49]
22 February 2007 Oliver Callan, Keith Duffy and Brian Ormond, TJ and TJ, Paul Howard My Alamo "1994" [50]
1 March 2007 Louis Walsh, Kevin J Ryan, Bernard O'Shea, Manchán Magan Delorentos "Basis of Everything" [51]
8 March 2007 Colm & Jim-Jim, Oliver Callan, Baz/Michael/Mark (How Low Can You Go?) Iain Archer "Minus Ten" [52]
15 March 2007 James Alexandrou, TJ and TJ, Oliver Callan, You're A Star Royseven "Crash" [53]
22 March 2007 Caroline Morahan, TJ and TJ, Raj Khan, Oliver Callan, Gavin McConnon and Emmet O'Brien The Cooper Temple Clause "Waiting Game" [54]
29 March 2007 Lucy Kennedy, Bernard O'Shea, George McMahon, Oliver Callan, Gavin McConnon and Emmet O'Brien J-90 "Freak" [55]
12 April 2007 Ken Doherty, Oliver Callan, Bernard Dunne Discovery Gospel Choir and The Rags "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "Monsters & I" [56]
19 April 2007 Brian McFadden, Oliver Callan, Don Wycherley Brian McFadden "Like Only a Woman Can" and "Jones" [57]

The Best of The Cafe

Throughout June and July 2007, RTÉ broadcast six special editions of The Cafe. These included past interviews and performances.

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
3 June 2007 The Best of The Cafe 1 (Ryan Tubridy, James Alexandrou, Brian Ormond, Keith Duffy, Bernard Dunne) Director/Delorentos "Come With a Friend"/"Basis of Everything" [58]
10 June 2007 The Best of The Cafe 2 (Louis Walsh, Keith Duffy, Karl Spain, Jimmy Magee, the boys from How Low Can You Go?) Discovery Gospel Choir/The Charlatans "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"/"Blackened Blue Eyes" [59]
17 June 2007 The Best of The Cafe 3 (Lucy Kennedy, Tadhg Kennelly, Fran Cosgrave, Manchán Magan) Iain Archer/The Frank and Walters "Minus Ten"/"Miles and Miles" [60]
24 June 2007 The Best of The Cafe 4 (Jason Byrne, Brent Pope, Oliver Callan, Dáithí Ó Sé, Derval O'Rourke, TJ and TJ) Messiah J & The Expert/Brian McFadden "Something Outta Nothing"/ ? [61]
4 July 2007 The Best of The Cafe 5 (Ken Doherty, Maeve Higgins, PJ Gallagher, Don Wycherley, Keith Barry) Fionn Regan/The Blizzards "Put a Penny in the Slot"/"Fantasy" [62]
8 July 2007 The Best of The Cafe 6 (Caroline Morahan, Bill O'Herlihy, Bryan Dobson, Brian McFadden) David Kitt/Royseven "One Clear Way"/"Crash" [63]

Season four (2007–2008)

For season four, Aidan Power's co-presenter Laura Woods left for pastures new and was replaced by Liam McCormack. On 25 October Ziggy Lichman appeared as guest host instead of Aidan Power alongside Liam McCormack. The opening sequence also changed to feature past guests such as The Blizzards, Lucy Kennedy and Ken Doherty in black and white. Music was provided by The Radio, Duke Special, Messiah J and the Expert, The Flaws, Declan O'Rourke, Republic of Loose, Dry County, Ash, East 17, Super Extra Bonus Party, Juno Falls, Kano, Jenny Lindfors, David Geraghty, Seasick Steve, Paddy Casey, Autamata, Nizlopi and Shayne Ward.

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
27 September 2007 Caroline Morahan and Pamela Flood (Off the Rails), Fran Dempsey (Fortycoats), Tom McGurk The Radio "Manmade" [64]
4 October 2007 Ziggy Lichman and Carole Vincent (Big Brother 8) Carole and Duke Special "Stairway to Heaven" and "Our Love Goes Deeper Than This" [65]
11 October 2007 Joe O'Shea, Mary Fitzgerald Dan le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip "The Beat That My Heart Skipped" [66]
18 October 2007 Brian Belo, Orlaith McAllister Messiah J and the Expert "Super Famous Super Tune" [67]
25 October 2007 Keith Barry, Brian Dowling The Flaws "You & I" [68]
1 November 2007 Daithí O'Sé and Michael Healy Rae, Tabby Callaghan The Mitchell Brothers "Michael Jackson" [69]
8 November 2007 Sinead Moynihan and Anthony Quinlan (Hollyoaks), Evanne Ní Chuilinn Declan O'Rourke "Whatever Else Happens" [70]
22 November 2007 Brian Ormond, Jimmy Magee Republic of Loose "Break" [71]
29 November 2007 Mario Rosenstock, Dave Duffy and Jenny Kavanagh (Fair City) Dry County "Another Idea" [72]
6 December 2007 Andrew Maxwell, Damian Clark and Andrew Stanley (I Dare Ya) Ash "You Can't Have It All" [73]
13 December 2007 Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh and Derek Mooney (Echo Island), Oliver Callan East 17 "Stay Another Day" [74]
20 December 2007 Dean Gaffney, GAA All Stars, Mary Fitzgerald and Kathryn McKiernan, Six members GAA All Stars "Over the Rooftops" [75]
10 January 2008 Rachel Allen, Rhino and Jet (Gladiators) Smoke Feathers [76]
17 January 2008 Charley Boorman, Katherine Lynch Super Extra Bonus Party "Favourite Things" [77]
24 January 2008 Keith Duffy/Michelle Heaton/Brendan O'Connor (You're A Star), Hope Hope/Juno Falls "Umbrella"/"This Song is Your Own" [78]
31 January 2008 Louis Walsh, Ryle Nugent and Reggie Corrigan Kano "Feel Free" [79]
7 February 2008 Susan McFadden, Matt Littler and Darren Jon-Jeffries (Hollyoaks) Jenny Lindfors "Timewarp" [80]
14 February 2008 Brendan Cole, Holly Brisley David Geraghty "Kaleidoscope" [81]
21 February 2008 Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson (Five), Michael Winslow Seasick Steve "Cut My Wings" [82]
28 February 2008 Sinead Kennedy, Chico Paddy Casey "Not Out to Get You" [83]
6 March 2008 Eoghan Harris and Tom Ó Brannagáin (Glas Vegas), Timmy Mallett and Pippa O'Connor/Rosanna Davison Noise Control "We Like Music" [84]
13 March 2008 Kathryn Thomas, Krump Dancers, Chris Doran, You're A Star finalists [85]
27 March 2008 Francesca Martinez, Gordon D'Arcy and Paul Howard Autamata "What You All About?" [86]
4 April 2008 Mike Bailey/Larissa Wilson/Daniel Kaluuya (Skins), Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin (Celebrity Bainisteoir) Nizlopi "Start Beginning" [87]
11 April 2008 Shayne Ward, Matt Di Angelo, Mikey Graham and Joe McKinney (Hollywood Trials), Dustin the Turkey Shayne Ward "You Got Me So" [88]

The Cafe Select

Throughout June, July and into August 2008, RTÉ broadcast six special editions of The Cafe. These included past interviews and performances.

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
29 June 2008 The Café Select 1 with Louis Walsh, Holly Brisley, the Hollyoaks Boys, Brian Belo Republic of Loose/Seasick Steve [89]
6 July 2008 The Café Select 2 with Matt Di Angelo, Six, Keith Barry, Duke Special and the Mitchell Brothers [90]
13 July 2008 The Café Select 3 with Dean Gaffney, Francesca Martinez, East 17 and Shayne Ward [91]
20 July 2008 The Café Select 4 with Andrew Maxwell, Declan O'Rourke, the boys from Hollyoaks and Dan le Sac [92]
27 July 2008 The Café Select 5 with Rachel Allen, Brian Dowling, Paul Howard, Gordon D'Arcy and others Paddy Casey [93]
3 August 2008 The Café Select 6 with Kathryn Thomas, Timmy Mallett, Michael Winslow, Mikey Graham Hope/ Super Extra Bonus Party [94]

Season five (2008–2009)

For season five, Aidan Power's co-presenter Liam McCormack left for pastures new and was replaced by nobody as Power became the show's sole presenter. The comedian Alan McElroy joined the show as Chef, whilst Avril Kelly returned as the waitress and baked Power a cake with his face on it to celebrate the launch of the new season. [95] The 7 November episode marked a new era for the show as it began broadcasting on Fridays for the first time. Music was provided by Republic of Loose, Mundy, The Flaws, Fight Like Apes, Dirty Epics, The Saw Doctors, Ham Sandwich, The Blizzards and The Coronas. Olympian Kenny Egan produced his silver medal.[96] Economist George Lee was shown predicting doom and gloom sixteen years earlier [97] Colm & Jim-Jim appeared to promote their game show Colm and Jim-Jim's Home Run, with Colm eating pork brains weeks before the Irish pork crisis of 2008 occurred. He was later invited back onto the show to play the Celebrity Darts section he was denied, scoring a total of 25. [98] Pat Kenny featured on the night of The Late Late Toy Show where he encountered the mimicry of Oliver Callan who took on the persona of Kenny and his predecessor Gay Byrne.[99] Louis Walsh had a dig at Power's other presentation job by sarcastically asking if Winning Streak was still on the air when Power insisted the viewers should have been watching him instead of Walsh on The X Factor. Later in the same episode Vanessa Feltz discussed a dream Power had had in which she had heavily featured.[100] The Infomatics played an exclusive live track for the show's viewers on 13 March 2009.[101] Ryle Nugent guested on 20 March 2009 to talk about Ireland's attempt to win the 2009 Six Nations Championship Grand Slam.[102] The final episode of the fifth series was broadcast on 27 March 2009, featuring guests such as Eamon Dunphy and John Bishop, with music from Republic of Loose and a new Louis Walsh girlband.[103]

Date Guests Artist Song(s) Link
25 September 2008 Brendan Courtney, Gemma Bissix Republic of Loose "The Ritual" [104]
2 October 2008 Kenny Egan, Cadbury's Gorilla, Charlene McKenna and Liam Garrigan (Raw) Mundy "January is Blue" [105]
9 October 2008 Keith Duffy and Mikey Graham, Nam the Man, Amy Huberman The Flaws "Idolise" [106]
16 October 2008 Gráinne and Síle Seoige, Mohammed George Fight Like Apes "Jake Summers" [107]
30 October 2008 George Lee, Lucy Kennedy Dirty Epics "Way Too Pretty" [108]
7 November 2008 Simon Delaney, Paddy Courtney The Saw Doctors "About You Now" [109]
14 November 2008 Hilda Fay, John Bishop Ham Sandwich "Broken Glass" [110]
21 November 2008 Colm & Jim-Jim, Dan O'Connor The Blizzards "The Reason" [111]
28 November 2008 Pat Kenny, Oliver Callan General Fiasco "Rebel Get By" [112]
5 December 2008 Andrew Maxwell, Susan McFadden Keywest "Damn" [113]
12 December 2008 Jason Byrne, Rosanna Davison The Coronas "San Diego Song"/"Heroes or Ghosts" [114]
19 December 2008 Louis Walsh, Vanessa Feltz Boogie Nights "Merry Xmas Everybody" [115]
9 January 2009 The Cheeky Girls, Andrew Stanley and Damian Clark Aslan "Crazy World"/"Jealous Little Thing" [116]
16 January 2009 Daithí Ó Sé, Nicola McLean The Kinetiks "Lightbulb" [117]
23 January 2009 George McMahon, Bernard O'Shea and Laura Way Pony Club "Diplomat" [118]
30 January 2009 Michelle Heaton, Amanda Byram Fred "The Lights" [119]
6 February 2009 Denis Hickie, Sarah Morrissey/Pippa O'Connor/Jenny Lee Masterson Noise Control "Addiction" [120]
13 February 2009 Glen Wallace and Jennifer Metcalfe (Hollyoaks), Caroline Morahan Jack L [121]
20 February 2009 Samanda, Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh Cowboy X "Break Me" [122]
27 February 2009 PJ Gallagher, Tom McGurk Sinéad Mulvey & Black Daisy/Joe Echo "Et Cetera"/"If I Were a Boy" [123]
6 March 2009 Jason Byrne, Donna and Joseph McCaul N-Dubz/Ham Sandwich "Click... Click... Boom!!!" (as Gaeilge) [124]
13 March 2009 Aidan Bishop, Nicky Hambleton-Jones The Blizzards/The Infomatics "Postcards"/"Rave Up" [125]
20 March 2009 Ryle Nugent, Lisa Rogers Super Extra Bonus Party "Tea with Lord Haw Haw" [126]
27 March 2009 Eamon Dunphy, John Bishop Louis Walsh girlband / Republic of Loose [127]

Season six (2009–2010)

Date Guests Performance(s) Notes
9 October 2009[128] Eamon Dunphy; Leigh Arnold and Keith Duffy Future Chaser View

Keith Duffy appeared to promote the stage show My First Time; this was cancelled folowing the sudden death of fellow Boyzone member Stephen Gately the following day.[129]

The episode before Christmas featured Keith Barry, Dublin Gospel Choir and Una Healy from The Saturdays.[130]

The episode after Christmas featured Amy Huberman and Andrew Bennett from Your Bad Self, comedian Katherine Lynch and Hoarsebox.[131]

Sinitta appeared on January 22, 2010.[132]

Guests on the February 12, 2010 episode were Kathryn Prescott and Lily Loveless from British TV series Skins, Breffny Morgan from The Apprentice and the "sexiest man in the world" Tony St James, along with music by The Chakras.[133]

Guests on the February 26, 2010 episode were Jack Whitehall and Lucie Cave, with Dark Room Notes performing "Love Like Nicotine".[134]

Guests on the March 12, 2010 episode were Pixie McKenna and Ryle Nugent, with a performance from 202s.[135]

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