Here's the lineup for this week's Late Late Show
Staying in on Friday night?
Sorry, of course you are.
Well, if you are, you may just be interested in watching this week's episode of The Late Late Show.
It doesn't quite reach the heights of last week's Springsteen/McConaughey extravaganza, but it should still make for a decent watch.
First, Daniel O'Donnell will be in studio to speak about the ongoing struggles facing the music industry in Ireland and what can be done to help musicians during and after Covid-19.
O'Donnell will also perform his new song, called 'Come What May'.
Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick will speak to Ryan about the life-changing event that happened to him earlier this year, how he "predicted Covid-19 would happen", and how animals saved his life.
Earlier this year, TV presenter Philip Schofield made headlines when he made the decision to come out as gay.
Schofield will speak with Ryan about what prompted him to first speak about his sexuality on his morning breakfast show, his early days in children's television, and his friendship with co-star Holly Willoughby.
Historian and campaigner Catherine Corless will be on to discuss the significance of the vote that saw the Mother and Baby Homes Bill signed into law.
Presenter Cat Deeley will chat about life with her husband Patrick Kielty, and their decision to move back from the US to the UK after 14 years.
Comedian Bernard O'Shea will offer up his experience of his mid-life crisis, and finally chef Donal Skehan will also chat with Ryan about his recent return to Ireland, and keeping anxiety at bay.
The Late Late Show kicks off at 9.35pm on Friday night on RTÉ One.