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Myers had described himself as a 'Holocaust denier' in a typically provocative newspaper article that he had written, it was evident from the article as a whole that his description did not in fact amount to a statement denying the genocide of the Jewish people at the hands of the Nazi regime.
Two of the competitors were eliminated, the second programme was of similar format, another two had to leave.
Paul Whitington, writing in the Irish Independent, reminded potential viewers that "they're celebrities, so watch out for the ones that panic mid-fight and start shouting, 'Not the face, not the face! Byrne bemoaned the lack of female contestants, suggesting that politicians Mary Hanafin and Mary Harney, beauty queens from pageants such as The Rose of Tralee, Mary from Dungloe and Miss Ireland, a possibly nude Nell Mc Cafferty, actress Amy Huberman and the hosts of The Afternoon Show could have helped solve the matter.
Speaking as someone who taught at primary level for 30 years, he believed the State had been “copping out” of its responsibility in education and that “though [financially] this might not be the time to do it, there is never a good time”.
Charity Lords of the Ring is an Irish reality television competition, broadcast on RTÉ One.
Myers is known for his controversial views on a number of topics, including single mothers, aid for Africa and the Holocaust; in July 2017, The Sunday Times announced that Myers would no longer be writing for them following an article he wrote on the BBC gender pay gap, for which he was accused of antisemitism and misogyny, he later worked for three of Ireland's major newspapers, the Irish Times, highest-circulation Irish Independent, and the Sunday Times.
In 2000, a collection of his An Irishman's Diary columns (ISBN 1-85182-575-4) was published.
Myers was presenter of the Challenging Times television quiz show on RTÉ during the 1990s. Former Minister of State Nuala Fennell described the column as "particularly sad." She said the word "bastard" was an example of pejorative language that was totally unacceptable.
In 2001, he published Banks of Green Willow, a novel, which was met with negative reviews; Myers is a regular contributor to radio programmes on Newstalk 106, particularly Lunchtime with Eamon Keane and The Right Hook, he has regularly appeared on The Last Word on Today FM. Myers issued an unconditional apology two days later, "entirely at [his] own initiative".
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