Kelly's Cellar was a talk show, which aired on public television in the
mid-90s. The show was hosted by James Martin Kelly, and produced by both
Kelly and his wife, Mary Ellen. The show featured guest appearances and
performances by comedians, musicians, theatrical personalities, and
television and film stars. The program's title is not only a play on
words, based on the hosts' last name, but was also named for the oldest
pub in Belfast, Ireland, which regularly hosts guest performers and has a
rich historical significance.