Limerick boy Paudie O’Callaghan on the Toy Show (pic by Andres Poveda)
The family of a Limerick boy who appeared on the Late Late Toy show on Friday night say it was a dream come true.
Eight-year-old David Hinchy of Patrickswell featured in a segment about sharks where he got to impress Ryan Tubridy about his extensive knowledge about sharks and show off his shark tooth collection.
Speaking on Live95’s Limerick Today David explained where he first got his interest in shark teeth…
Paudie is famous for his weekly positive ‘paudcast’ which he launched at the start of the pandemic to keep people’s spirits up.
Meanwhile, the co-founder of Revolut has donated a further one million euro to the Late Late Toy Show Appeal.
Vlad Yatsenko announced a €100,000 donation on Saturday after people experienced technical difficulties with his banking app on Friday night.
He also promised to match further donations made through the app up to one million – and has since made good on his promise.
The donation has pushed the total amount raised by the appeal to more than €6.5 million.
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