Another week, another Late Late Show.
With Labour in need of a new leader, the current deputy leader Alan Kelly will be on the show to chat to Ryan about his political ambitions. He’ll give his opinion on where it all went wrong for the party in the election, Irish Water, the housing crisis and the new government.
Brendan O’Connor will also join Ryan on the Late Late couch to talk about his imminent return to RTÉ television. He’ll be chatting about his physical transformation, his family life and his recent ‘baptism’ into ice swimming.
We’ll be catching up with comedian Jason Byrne and we’re promised he will have a few surprises in store.
Eight weeks ago we met four budding restorers and now they’re back to present us with the fruits of their labour in the return of The Late Late Show Antiques segment.
Once the Musical star Phelim Drew will be in studio to talk about his return to the Dublin stage and share memories of his father, the late, great Ronnie Drew.
Music on the night will be from The Undertones, with their seminal hit Teenage Kicks, and fresh from their world tour, The High Kings.