The Late Late Show is definitely worth watching this week 10 months ago

The Late Late Show is definitely worth watching this week

If you're staying in...

It's Friday so that can only mean one thing, the JOE FRIDAY PUB QU... wait no, The Late Late Show is on our screens!

There's still a couple of weeks until The Graham Norton Show returns, but they've already named their first couch, and it is outstanding.

But for tonight, there's only one place to go, and that's to The Late Late Show.

So, here's who's going to be on our screens tonight.

Stefanie PreissnerJohn Connors and Philly McMahon: The trio will join host Ryan Tubridy to chat about the issues facing people in their 20s and 30s now including the housing and rental markets, the uncertainty of the gig economy, the rise in anxiety and the impact of social media culture.

Pat Shortt: The comedian appeared on the RTÉ show Who Do You Think You Are? recently as the show delved deep into his family history. He'll be discussing how they uncovered a suspected murderer in his family and he'll discuss the trip into his family's past.

Ailbhe Griffith: In 2005, she was the victim of a violent sexual assault. Ten years later, she confronted the man convicted of the attack in a bid for closure. Her extraordinary story is now the subject of a new film, The Meeting, in which Ailbhe plays herself.

Elsewhere, Ryan will be looking at three different aspects of modern Irish farming including the teenage girls preparing to raise their own calves as the Ploughing Championships are just around the corner.

Ryan will also be meeting some of the people featured in the new behind the scenes documentary at The Rotunda. The new six-part series aired on RTÉ on Thursday night. He'll also speak to Laura Molloy who recently made a documentary about discovering she was pregnant just three weeks before her due date.

Irish singer-songwriter RuthAnne will speak about her career and writing songs for famous stars. She'll also perform one of her songs.

Plus, there'll also be music from The Irish Tenors.