Saoirse Ronan on last weekend’s Saturday Night Live
On the Late Late…
With two Oscar nominations already under her belt, Saoirse Ronan looks like she will be hitting the awards circuit again following widespread acclaim for her turn in the critically adored hit Lady Bird, released in Irish cinemas in February next year…
As excitement builds for this year’s series of Dancing with the Stars Ireland, Ryan will be chatting with three of the yet-to-be-revealed celebs…
Dublin mum Emma Murphy took a stand against domestic violence in a video that went viral after she was assaulted by her ex-partner, a former TV fitness instructor…she will speak about her ordeal…
As they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their hit album Talk on Corners and the release of Jupiter Calling, their seventh studio album, The Corrs will be performing and they’ll join Ryan on the couch for a catch up.
Children’s charity LauraLynn nominated a very special young boy to visit the Late Late Toy Show set last week. Three-year-old Jake was born with a tumour the size of a fist in his head and doctors thought it unlikely he would see his first birthday. He is still fighting… Jake’s parents Andrea and Padraic Smith will talk about how his illness…
Comedian Pat Shortt will join Ryan in character and music from The Coronas.
*drops telly from roof*
The Late Late Show, tomorrow night, on RTE One at 9.35pm.
Daddy’s Home 2 stars Mel Gibson, Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell and John Lithgow dropped into The Late Late Show earlier this week for an interview recorded in front of a live studio audience.
…Comedian Peter Kay will be dropping by… Christy Moore is back with a brand new live album, On the Road… Comedian Alison Spittle is putting the Midlands on the map… she’ll join Ryan to talk about getting her big telly break…
…Star of The Missing James Nesbitt will tell viewers why he is throwing his support behind Holles Street’s RetCam appeal to raise funds for vital equipment to help save the eyesight of premature babies… Plus music from Ham Sandwich.
*puts telly in wood chipper*
The Late Late Show on RTÉ One on Friday at 9.35pm.
“Your heart goes out to the victims, of course, and I am glad that they spoke up…I think it is unfortunate that they have to relive the whole thing in order to heal themselves. The rest of us are subjected to the problem, I think we really need to look at it. But it is not just Hollywood, you don’t have to be in Hollywood to experience that kind of harassment.”
Mel Gibson in an excerpt from an interview with the cast of Daddy’s Home 2 to be broadcast tomorrow night on the Late Late.
MMA coach John Kavanagh, the man in Conor McGregor’s corner, will chat about the guts and determination that saw himself and The Notorious rise to the very pinnacle of UFC.
Earlier this week, Ryan Tubridy visited John’s Straight Blast Gym in Walkinstown, entered the famed Octagon and got some pointers from the man himself (clip above).
400-metre hurdler Thomas Barr will tell viewers what it feels like to come so angonisingly close and what his prospects are for Tokyo 2020.
Marty Morrissey will share where he got the inspiration for his emotional speech and who he thinks will be taking home the Sam Maguire later this month.
Model and author Alison Canavan will explain how, and why, she beat the booze and what lies ahead now that alcohol is no longer a part of her life.
The Young Offenders Alex Murphy and Chris Walley will chat about starring in the film critics are calling “fall on your face funny”. Mario Rosenstock,Goats Don’t Shave featuring PHAT KiiDZ, The Kilfenora CeiliBand and All Tvvins will also feature.