One of the most fertile men in Ireland is a guest on tonight's Claire Byrne Live
Monday night viewing.
Claire Byrne Live will once again be on our screens tonight as she looks at some of the topics concerning Ireland.
One of the guests will be a man who has impregnated 14 women this year through sperm donations.
The man organises the donations through Facebook and will join Claire to tell his story.
Also on the show will be immunologist Professor Luke O'Neill, who was verbally and physically assaulted in the street by an anti-vaxxer for his work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
O'Neill has been a leading figure in providing information throughout the pandemic and he will discuss the impact the attack had on him.
There will also be a discussion about how things will change in Ireland when the population is vaccinated.
In a show that will feature one of the most fertile men in Ireland and one of the leading immunologists in the world, you might wonder how they could possibly top that.
Well, they've even got Michael Collins' wolf slippers in studio for the occasion.
There's been a lot of curiosity about #MichaelCollins' slippers which Curator @BrenMalone recently showed to
online students on a behind the scenes tour at the NMI We have so many objects of national importance, but sometimes it’s the everyday gems that capture the imagination pic.twitter.com/Vdd1IKVn2n
— National Museum of Ireland (@NMIreland) February 24, 2021
The pair of slippers were donated to the National Museum of Ireland in 1953 by Bridget O'Connor, who stated that they had been left in their house in Donnybrook by Michael Collins.
Bridget and Batt O’Connor were good friends of Collins and he stayed with them very frequently.