Tubridy and Norton: Here are the line-ups for tonight’s Late Late and Graham Norton Show 1 year ago

Tubridy and Norton: Here are the line-ups for tonight’s Late Late and Graham Norton Show

Essential information if you plan on staying in tonight.

It's Friday folks! For some people that means you're going for a wild night on the town, but for others it's just a relaxed night on the couch.


And if you are in the latter category, you'll want to know who's on tonight's episodes of both The Late Late Show and The Graham Norton Show.

Let's start with Tubridy and co.

ORDER! ORDER! The UK's former Speaker of the House John Bercow will be on the couch to discuss his career, as well as the bizarre world of British politics and Brexit as a whole.

Next up is Jamie Heaslip, who will be discussing all things rugby as we start to move towards the business end of the World Cup in Japan, as well as his recently released autobiography.

Joe Duffy will be on with writer Freya McClemence to talk about some of the often forgotten tragedies from Northern Ireland, those of the innocent children killed in conflict, which they have documented in their book, Children of the Troubles.

The cast of Mrs Brown's Boys will also be on the show, discussing the massively successful show, as well as a musical number from Mrs Brown's Boys D'Musical.

Finally, Bernard O'Shea will be on to discuss all things masculinity and marriage, as well as his new book, My Wife is Married to a Feckin' Eejit, and singer Sibeal Ni Chasaide performs a glorious rendition of the Beatles hit, 'Blackbird'.


Next up is Norton!

He's dealing with a fairly star-studded line-up, if we're calling a spade a spade.

We've got none other than Robert DeNiro, who will no doubt be talking about the success of Joker, as well as his upcoming blockbuster, The Irishman.

Paul Rudd, who is fresh off the back of a new sitcom titled Living With Yourself, starring himself and Ireland's own Aisling Bea, will also be on the couch.

And then you've got The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, who is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down, despite the fact he's now in his 70s.


Music will be supplied by James Blunt, who is responsible for one of the funniest accounts on Twitter and has quite a few bangers in his locker.

The Late Late Show kicks off at 9:35pm on RTÉ One, while Norton and the lads get their show going at 10.35pm on BBC One.