Joe Murphy and four other members of Donegal Action Against Austerity took the Late Late Show by storm as they explained their reasons why they have undertaken the marathon walk.
All five members who appeared on the show explained their reasons why they have put their lives on hold to walk more than 300 miles from Malin Head to Sligo and on to Dublin.
Donegaldaily.com was there when the walkers set off from a very windy and lonely Malin Head on March 9th.
And despite all their trials and tribulations, the group remianded good to their word as they arrived in Dublin earlier today.
Joe Murphy, an unemployed builder from Culdaff spoke for millions when he said “I just want the Government to listen for the good of the Irish people and not for the good of Germany.”
Their promise to remain together was even challenged by RTE when Late Late Show producers asked for just four members of the group to appear on the show.
But even the national broadcaster eventually caved in and agreed to put five seats on set for the interview with Ryan Tubridy.
Tomorrow the team begin their final walk to the National Convention Centre where they will stage a silent protest outside the Fine Gael Ard Fheis.
They are encouraging protesters to join them on their final leg with a number of buses from Donegal already confirmed.