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As soon as Marian finishes at one [o' clock], there is a clear-out.There are a couple of fellas down the corridor doing sport, and that is about it.He introduced many popular programmes, with his most popular and successful programme being The Late Late Show.
Byrne was born on 5 August 1934 and grew up in Dublin.
He first lived with his family at 17 Rialto Street, Rialto, Dublin, before his parents moved to 124 (later renumbered 512) South Circular Road, Dublin, in 1944. In 1958 he moved over to broadcasting when he became a presenter on Radio Éireann.
The Late Late Show is the world's second longest-running chat show.
His time working in Britain with Granada Television saw him become the first person to introduce the Beatles on screen.
From 1973 until 1998, Byrne presented The Gay Byrne Hour—later The Gay Byrne Show when it expanded to two hours—on RTÉ Radio 1 each weekday morning.
Since retiring from his long-running radio and television shows, Byrne has presented several other programmes, including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?) is an Irish presenter and host of radio and television.His most notable role was first host of The Late Late Show over a 37-year period spanning 1962 until 1999.In 1961, Telefís Éireann (later Radio Telefís Éireann and now Raidió Teilifís Éireann) was set up.Byrne finally worked exclusively for the new Irish service after 1969.He also worked with Granada Television and the BBC in England.At Granada, Byrne became the first person to introduce the Beatles on television when they made their small screen debut on local news programme People and Places.However, one child, his brother Joseph, died as a one-week-old infant.Listed in descending order (according to age), the other children are Edward, Al, Ernest and Mary.The show became a forum where controversial topics such as the influence of the Roman Catholic Church, contraception, abortion, divorce, and other hitherto taboo subjects were discussed openly in Ireland, alongside book reviews, celebrity visits, and music acts like the Boomtown Rats, U2, Sinéad O'Connor, Elkie Brooks, Boyzone, and Noel Gallagher.Other guests included Presidents of Ireland, successive Archbishops of Armagh, minor members of the British Royal Family, politicians, actors, authors and countless others.