Here's who's on the Late Late Show and Graham Norton tonight
Double duty for Graham on Friday night.
If you're a particularly big Graham Norton fan, we have good news for you as the man will be appearing on the Late Late Show tonight - Friday 12 October - and, of course, his own specific chat show enterprise.
With the Late Late back across the water in London, Norton is just one of a host of names popping by Central Hall in Westminster to pay Ryan Tubridy a visit.
He joins the likes of Brendan O'Carroll, Alastair Campbell, Laura Whitmore, Angela Scanlon, Mick McCarthy, Eamonn Holmes, Imelda May, Barry McGuigan and Brexit enthusiast Nigel Farage, who should put a unique spin on the whole 'Celebrating Irish in Britain' theme.
Music comes from "the Irish ceilí supergroup to end all Irish ceilí supergroups" as Andrea and Caroline Corr, The Chieftains' Paddy Moloney, The Dubliners’ John Sheahan, Clannad’s Moya Brennan and John Spillane band together.
That's what's going down on RTÉ One from 9.35pm.
Over on BBC One from 10.35pm, however, Graham Norton has a typically packed house of his own.
Rosamund Pike - of Gone Girl fame - and Jamie Dornan - of the cinematic masterclass that was the Fifty Shades trilogy - will be on hand to discuss their new film A Private War, which focuses on the life of late American-born British war correspondent Marie Colvin.
Also flaking out on the red couch will be the one and only Whoopi Goldberg. The Hollywood icon is currently propping up a series of stand-up shows in the UK, but maybe she'll talk about Sister Act 3?
Acclaimed singer, composer and sometime actor Harry Connick Jr. will also guest, but the real star of the musical show is South Korean boyband BTS, who recently enjoyed huge success Stateside and are essentially the new One Direction.
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