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Arthur Mathews is coming in for some 'Ted talk' ... Send us your questions

Got any questions for the Father Ted co-creator? He’ll be dropping by the newsroom tomorrow.

Image: Channel 4

DOES THE DATE ’21 April’ mean anything to you?

No, it’s not the anniversary of the ice-age ending.

21 April is, in fact, the date Father Ted was first broadcast – way back in 1995 (if you’ve been reading this website, you’ll have known that already – if not, check out our Ted 20 coverage here).

Anyway, co-creator of the seminal comedy Arthur Mathews is dropping by the office here tomorrow afternoon for a chat to talk all things Ted.

We wanted to let our readers know in advance, so you could get your questions in.

Good sport that he is, Arthur’s agreed to spend some time answering the nerdiest Father Ted questions we can all think of.

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If you have any – send them to daragh@thejournal.ie, or just leave them below in the comments section.

(We asked around the newsroom this morning — and already we’ve got a good 17 questions solely on the subject of Father Windy Shepherd Henderson. So. No pressure…)

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Daragh Brophy

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