Here’s the line-up for tonight’s Late Late Show
Including El Presidente himself, Michael D Higgins.
By the looks of things it’s going to be a washout on Friday night, so if you’re not in the pub/cinema/doing anything else interesting, here’s what’s in store on The Late Late Show at 9.30pm.
Michael D Higgins
Lengthy one-on-one TV interviews with the President are a rare enough occurrence and a man of his eloquence is always worth listening to.
Michael D will be joining Ryan to chat about life as the State's first citizen, his plans for the future, and, as the 1916 centenary year winds down, he will share his vision for a new Ireland.
The Love/Hate star returns to the show to talk about a major new documentary series on the history of the Traveller community, as told by the community itself.
Labelled “the voice of a generation”, the actress and writer will discuss her new TV drama Can't Cope, Won't Cope, starring Amy Huberman, which started on RTÉ this week.
Ellen Keane, Niamh McCarthy and Daráine Mulvihill
Having returned home from Rio this week, Irish Paralympic heroes Ellen Keane and Niamh McCarthy will discuss their experiences in Brazil and they’ll be joined by RTÉ's Paralympics anchor Daráine Mulvihill to mull over a fantastic performance by Team Ireland.
Speaking in public with Tourette syndrome must be a daunting task, but comedian Jessica Thom incorporates it into her act and she’ll be telling Ryan all about how she does it.
Clip via The Blizzards