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The Miley and Fidelma Glenroe affair is finally on the RTÉ Player

Along with loads of other nostalgic classics.

EARLIER THIS WEEK, the RTÉ Player dropped a bomb of nostalgia on to the unsuspecting people of Ireland.

They only went and uploaded a load of classic clips from the ’80s for our entertainment.

And yes, it includes the scene where Fidelma and Miley had a roll in the hay

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The full clip is there to enjoy

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It includes some nice cutaways to a cow

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The scene stealer.

And the famous shift that changed Ireland

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The clips were made available in honour of Bridget & Eamon starting this week on RTÉ 2 – giving us an insight into what they would be watching back in the day.

And it couldn’t be more ’80s.

There’s a full episode of Where in the World? for your enjoyment

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The fashion from all involved is A+.

And there’s a segment from Live at Three about wedding superstitions

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Bosco pops up with a full episode all to himself

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And there’s a Dempsey’s Den segment that’s worth a watch for the classic runners alone

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Check it out on the RTÉ Player here, and bathe in the nostalgia.

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