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Rob Kearney, Matt Williams and BOD: A look at the new Guinness Six Nations show on Virgin Media
Hosted by Muireann O’Connell, Andrew Trimble and Greg O’Shea, The Line-Out starts on Virgin Media Two this Thursday night.

THERE ARE SOME new faces to familiarise yourself with ahead of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations.  

The departure of Joe Schmidt sees Andy Farrell step into the role of Ireland head coach and the rugby league legend will be hoping to hit the ground running in his first tournament at the helm after a disappointing World Cup. 

And he’s not alone, as Wales (Wayne Pivac), France (Fabien Galthie) and Italy (Franco Smith) have all appointed coaches recently. 

Another exciting addition this year is The Line-Out — a brand new entertainment show with a focus on rugby during the Guinness Six Nations. 

The Six O’Clock Show’s Muireann O’Connell co-presents alongside ex-Ireland and Ulster wing Andrew Trimble, and Ireland 7s rugby player and Love Island winner Greg O’Shea, as the trio take a light-hearted look at the rugby stories of the week with some players of the past and present, comedians and other personalities. 

Premiering this Thursday at 10pm on Virgin Media Two, the first guests include Ireland and Leinster star Rob Kearney, rugby expert Matt Williams and comedian Julie Jay. 

Experienced fullback Kearney will be in studio to discuss missing out on Ireland’s squad and the team’s chances under Farrell.

Ireland’s all-time record caps holder, Brian O’Driscoll, will also make an appearance via VT. 

VMTV  GREG MUIREANN 1 Virgin Media Television The show is hosted by Greg O'Shea and Muireann O'Connell. Virgin Media Television

“I’m hugely excited to get in front of a live studio audience with Greg,” said Muireann.

We’ve been having so much fun together getting this show ready that I think it’ll be great to bring the craic of the Guinness Six Nations to everyone, regardless of how into rugby you are.”

Greg adds: “I’m looking forward to speaking about rugby and all the action from the Guinness Six Nations — chatting to some brilliant guests, learning from Muireann too as she has so much TV experience, but most of all just having a bit of fun!”

The Line-Out airs for the first time on Virgin Media Two at 10pm on Thursday, 30 January, and then every Thursday throughout the Guinness Six Nations on Virgin Media One. If you miss out, you can catch up on the Virgin Media Player. Every Guinness Six Nations game will also be shown live on Virgin Media Television

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