Niall Horan, Fair City, self-quarantine and more on this week's Late Late
Another uniquely eclectic Late Late Show ahead...
With the country essentially under some form of lockdown for the rest of the month and new cases of Covid-19 being announced on a daily basis, we really need to make the most of our light entertainment options right now.
Step forward the always eclectic, often surreal Late Late Show.
Given the current state of affairs, the show will address the coronavirus outbreak in the form of a conversation with Dr Sarah Doyle, who will provide a 'how to' guide for self-isolation and self-quarantine.
In a bid to illustrate the logistics thereof, Doyle will join Ryan Tubridy on Fair City's Carrigstown set, using the Collins' house to take viewers through some measures that people can take while at home in the coming weeks, offering practical tips and demonstrations along the way.
A panel of senior medics and other experts will be in studio for further advice on best practice when it comes to reducing chances of contracting the virus, consumer rights and guidelines around the cancellation of public events.
On a welcome lighter note, Niall Horan will sit down for a pre-recorded interview, talking life after One Direction, debs regrets during his days in Mullingar and whether or not he thinks he will ever reunite with his former bandmates.
Horan will also perform his latest single 'No Judgement' on the day he releases new album Heartbreak Weather.
Lastly, Olive Foley, wife of late Munster head coach Anthony Foley, will highlight her husband and their marriage of 17 years.
The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One this Friday (13 March) at 9.35pm