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|Caption||Des Keogh in 'It's Too Late We're On' (1967)|
|Programme||It's Too Late We're On|
Keogh, Des (1935 - )
Irish actor Des Keogh during studio filming of RTÉ Television's seven-part comedy series, 'It's Too Late We're On', in 1967. Three signs behind him read; 'Town Hall', 'Leithreas' (Irish for toilets) and 'Frank Hall'.
In addition to acting Keogh broadcasts regularly on RTÉ Radio and Television; his best-known radio show was 'Music for Middlebrows', which he presented on RTÉ Radio 1 from 1968 to 2000.
'It's Too Late We're On' was first broadcast on 9 August 1967. The RTÉ Guide featured an extensive two-page article on the programme in its edition of 4 August 1967.
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(01/Jan/1967 - 01/Jan/1967)