Daniel Craig leads the charge on this week's line-up for The Late Late Show 3 weeks ago

Daniel Craig leads the charge on this week's line-up for The Late Late Show

Shaken, not stirred.

A box office edition of The Late Late Show awaits viewers this Friday night as 007 himself Daniel Craig will join Ryan Tubridy – virtually, at least – to discuss his long-awaited new James Bond adventure.


No Time to Die finally arrives in Irish cinemas next week following a near two-year delay and Craig has been getting emotional about what is reportedly his final ever appearance in the famous tuxedo.

Craig will be in conversation from London, telling Ryan all about his farewell to a role that has helped define his career for the past 15 years.

Having stunned as the MVP at the Solheim Cup a few weeks ago, Cavan golf sensation Leona Maguire will reveal how she got in the zone ahead of her team's triumph and what role Niall Horan has played in her career to date.

Always game for a laugh, The 2 Johnnies will be on hand to discuss their new TV series and getting back on the road in front of live crowds. They're also teasing a "special announcement", it says here.

Also on the show this week; abuse survivor Charlene Masterson will tell her courageous story having recently waived her right to anonymity in a bid to help other survivors and shatter the stigma surrounding such trauma.

As for as the music portion of the evening is concerned, viewers will be treated to a smattering of James Bond themes from an array of guest vocalists including Jess Kav and Faye O'Rourke of Soda Blonde fame.

The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One on Friday, 24 September at 9.35pm.