The lineup for Friday night's Late Late Show is here
The lineup for the first Late Late Show of 2020 is here.
It's 2020 folks. A brand new year, and a brand new decade to go with it.
Here's hoping it's going to be a good'un.
This Friday night marks the first Late Late Show of the new year, and with so many people attempting to do a Dry January, we imagine quite a few people will be staying on their couch.
And if you are, you'll probably end up watching The Late Late Show at some point. Here's who is on the show this week:
Former President Mary McAleese will discuss adjusting to life as a civilian after the presidency, taking on the Catholic church, and give her views regarding Brexit and its potential impact on Northern Ireland.
Room to Improve host Dermot Bannon will be on to reveal the trials and tribulations involved in overseeing an extensive renovation to his own home.
Then it's singer Nathan Carter, who celebrates 10 years in Ireland this month, will give a special musical performance alongside The High Kings.
Actress Miriam Margoyles will be in the studio to discuss her prolific career on stage and screen.
Kathleen Keyes from Bray made headlines in December when she penned a letter to The Irish Times marking the anniversary of the death of her last surviving child, sparking an outpouring of sympathy from around Ireland. She will join Ryan tomorrow evening to tell her remarkable story and discuss how she copes with the loss of her three children.
The Late Late Show will kick off at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.