Little Firecracker

Published Friday, 21 February 2014
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So it's week two of the new series and The Magazine sofa is chocca with fantastic guests this week. I know I always say that but there's so much on offer tonight!

After weeks of build up it's finally happening, my interview with Garth Brooks is on! I caught up with him in January when he announced he was playing Croke Park 17 years after he last played Ireland. He's an absolute gem.

Ahead of the big Ireland v England game tomorrow there's definitely a rugby buzz around UTV today, the start of the programme is hilarious as various famous faces attempt to play a quick game aided by a fantastic young boy from Donegal.

If you haven't checked out Ross Dougan's kicking talents then do so here.

The next big thing perhaps just like when nine year old Rory McIlroy came into the Kelly studio all those years ago with a load of golf balls and a washing machine.

Tommy Bowe also graces your screens tonight but as you've perhaps never seen him before. He's been out of action for some time now with that injury but it's allowed him the opportunity to try different things like posing for local artist.

Finally two of the most talented young women in NI join The Magazine Lineup, 18 year old singer/songwriter Triona Carville who is heading to Nashville shortly and fresh from the slopes of Sochi, that little firecracker Aimee Fuller adds a little sparkle and fun and who knows what she might say!!

Just hope we don't get any complaints!!

See you at 8!


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ruth in co. antrim wrote (339 days ago):
Would you be kind enough to give us an update on babyJoe Lamont from Ballymena who Allison Fleming featured in the news in July 13. He was/is waiting on a liver and kidney transplant. thanking you,
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Sarah Travers
Sarah Travers

Sarah is the presenter of UTV's The Magazine.

A journalist by trade, Sarah worked for BBC Northern Ireland for 17 years before joining the UTV team in 2013.

The mum of two hails from Portstewart where she still lives. Her passion is people and their stories and she says she likes nothing more than a good blether and a night out with the girls.

'Treat others as you'd like to be treated yourself' is Sarah's motto. She says it's stood her in good stead over the years.

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