Tubridy and Norton: Here are the lineups for tonight's Late Late Show and Graham Norton
It's going to be a cold one tonight.
With temperatures set to plummet across the country, plenty of people will be cuddling up on the couch this Friday night rather than braving the wild outdoors.
Fortunately, both Ryan Tubridy and Graham Norton have some interesting characters on their respective couches tonight — and we're here to help you decide which to watch.
The Late Late Show
Ireland's favourite architect and Room to Improve host Dermot Bannon leads the line-up this week. His new series will see him going into homes in Sydney, London, Melbourne and Sweden.
Proud JOE alumnus Conor Sketches will also be making an appearance. He's won stardom in the US for his impersonations of golfers on the PGA tour, but he's also pretty handy when it comes at impressions of those closer to home.
We can only hope he breaks out his Joe Brolly. It's a sight to see.
Galway hurler Davy Glennon will also be opening up about his gambling addiction and the problem it caused for him and his family. He'll also be detailing how his life has changed since coming clean about his addiction.
Gillian Quinn, wife of Niall (the tall fella who used to play up front for Ireland), will be talking about going back to college.
It'll kick off at 9:35pm tonight.
Graham Norton Show
It's a slightly more Hollywood affair over on BBC tonight, with the Corkman Norton joined by Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Banks, who'll be sitting down to talk about The Lego Movie 2.
Pratt is already a favourite on the show for the time he expertly imitated the characters from The Only Way Is Essex.
Actress Jennifer Connelly will also be on the couch to chat about the upcoming film Alita: Battle Angel, reviewed by our own Rory Cashin here.
Fans of Only Fools and Horses will also be delighted to learn that comedy writer Paul Whitehouse, who is in charge of the production, will be telling Graham all about it.
Music on the show this week from Chaka Khan, who will perform her new track 'Like Sugar'.
The Graham Norton show will kick off tonight at 10.35pm.