Here's who's on the Late Late and Graham Norton Shows tonight 2 years ago

Here's who's on the Late Late and Graham Norton Shows tonight

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Here are your respective line-ups for Friday night's (15 February) editions of The Late Late Show and The Graham Norton Show.

The Late Late Show

After the dull debacle that was last week's Valentine's special, Ryan Tubridy sits down with Mark Lester, a man who once had an "unusual" friendship with controversial late icon Michael Jackson.

Lester will discuss his role in the disputed paternity of Jackson's children as well as the new documentary Leaving Neverland.

Also on hand for a chat, Amber Jean Rowan of new Irish film Cellar Door will talk about her battle with alopecia and how that affliction won't derail her career in acting and modelling.

Ireland's most experienced exorcist - we have one of those, apparently - Father Pat Collins will be in studio to explain why demand for his services is on the rise and why fear is holding us all back from living our best lives.

With the return of Home of the Year, Hugh Wallace, Deirdre Whelan and Peter Crowley are around to get into the new series as well as casting some of the worst Irish house design touches straight into the bin.

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Eight-year-old Sligo native Shane Haran will reveal just what makes him the 'Fastest Kid in the World' and his hopes to represent his country in the Olympics some day.

Music comes from The Connor McKeon Band and rising rapper Jafaris.

The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One at 9.35pm

The Graham Norton Show

Over on the BBC, Graham Norton welcomes Oscar nominee Felicity Jones and Hollywood man Armie Hammer to the red couch as they promote their new movie.

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Stephen Merchant is also present and correct, having directed Fighting With My Family, the new Rock-approved film that tells the story of WWE star Paige and her rise to the top.

All Together Now host Rob Beckett, meanwhile, will provide some insight into the talent show.

Music-wise, you've got Calvin Harris and Rag 'n' Bone Man doing their collaborative thing.

The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One at 10.35pm

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