Singer Peter André
On the Ray D’Arcy Show.
Fergus McCormack, of RTÉ, writes:
Australian 90s pop legend Peter Andre will be chatting to Ray about his life and career…
Straight-talking weight loss expert Dr Eva Orsmond will join Ray to talk about her new book which aims to help people take control of their Type 2 diabetes….[and] her ‘health hotel’ project in Portugal…
Award-winning writer Emilie Pine joins Ray to talk about Notes to Self…
Comedian David McSavage joins Ray to talk about his new live show, National Treasure, and working with George Clooney on his upcoming mini-series Catch-22.
And Ray is joined by the RTÉ Concert Orchestra who will perform some of ABBA’s greatest hits including, Mamma Mia and Dancing Queen.
The Ray D’Arcy Show is on RTÉ One tomorrow night at 9.45pm.
On the Late Late Show.
Sarah Whiteacre, of RTÉ, writes:
Presenter David McCullagh will be live in studio following the polls closing to deliver the RTÉ / Red C Exit Poll result in the race to the Áras.
Catherine Corless, the historian who uncovered details of a mass grave at the former Mother and Babies Home in Tuam, will join Ryan to give her thoughts on the Government’s decision this week to initiate a forensic excavation at the site.
…Dublin actor Allen Leech joins Ryan to chat about what it was like to achieve worldwide fame playing Tom Branson in the critically acclaimed Downton Abbey…
…All-Ireland winning hurler and manager Davy Fitzgerald joins Ryan to chat about his legacy, his fiery reputation…
In April, Sean Cox went to Anfield to watch his beloved Liverpool in action in the Champions League, but ended up fighting for his life. Ryan is joined by Sean’s wife Martina Cox…
Comedian Des Bishop will be in studio to talk about our obsession with Netflix and carvery dinners, and there will be music from Bell X1 and Gavin James.
The Late Late Show is on tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm
Jamie Lee Curtis in the re-booted ‘Halloween’
On The Late Late Show…
The Freaky Friday star Jamie Lee Curtis will be chatting about returning to the horror franchise that made her famous with the much anticipated Halloween…
As she prepares to launch her new comedy series Finding Joy, Amy Huberman will be on the couch to chat about creating her own television show…
The busiest man in Ireland Francis Brennan recently took some time for himself, travelling down Route 66 to strike that one off the bucket list…he’ll be sharing some of the funniest and best memories of his travels.
Comedian Dara Ó Briain will be revealing the secret science behind everyday life…
Broadcaster Mary Kennedy had a wake-up call last year when she suffered a burn-out. She joins Ryan on Friday night to chat about her new approach to living and being comfortable in her own skin…
Plus music from SOAK; and West End star Killian Donnelly singing a classic from Les Miserables.
The Late Late Show tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm
The Late Late is back.
The Irish Senior Women’s Hockey Team will be chatting about their stunning success when they made history becoming the first Irish sporting team to reach a World Cup final…
[Limerick Senior Hurling team’s] Manager John Kiely, captain Declan Hannon and strength and conditioning coach Joe O’Connor will be in studio to discuss how they did it.
Following their success at the European Championships Ryan will be hearing from gymnast Rhys McClenaghan… hurdler Thomas Barr … and swimmer Ellen Keane will tell viewers about the Irish team’s huge success in the European Para Swimming and Athletics Championships…
Ryan will also be chatting all things Donald Trump with the man who counts the US President as a friend, Piers Morgan. The Good Morning Britain presenter will be telling Ryan why the Irish should be welcoming President Trump when he visits in November…
…It was the rescue mission that gripped the world and Clare-based cave diver Jim Warny found himself right in the middle of it when he helped to successfully rescue 12 young boys and their coach trapped in a Thai cave…
When Carlow Rose Shauna Ray Lacey took to the stage at the Rose Dome [in Tralee, Co Kerry] she won the support of the nation as she opened up about her parents’ struggle with heroin addiction… Shauna and her mum Angela Ray join Ryan to discuss their story…
Plus music from James Vincent McMorrow; and Beverley Craven sings the 90s classic Promise Me.
*goes off grid*
The Late Late Show on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.
On the Late Late…
The Après Match team join Jason Byrne, Emmet Kirwan and Lorna Byrne on a jam-packed line up for the last Late Late Show of the series.
As the country goes to the polls to vote on the referendum on the 8th amendment, the Late Late Show will reveal the results of a nationwide Exit Poll live on air on Friday night.
Prime Time’s David McCullagh will reveal the result of the overall Yes/No Exit Poll question, as soon as it becomes available.
…When eight-year-old artist Roisin Tansey appeared on The Late Late Show last year, she captured the hearts of the nation. She’s back with a very special project…
In a week when the country is reeling from the murders of Ana Kriegel and Jastine Valdez, viewers will hear from Ruth Maxwell, who was subject to a random attack in Clondalkin in 2016.
Plus music from The High Kings and An Emotional Fish.
The Late Late Show, tomorrow night, on RTE One at 9.35pm.
Gareth Naughton, of RTE, writes:
The Bafta, Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actor Hugh Bonneville will be live in studio to talk about his fascinating new documentary, Countdown to Calvary, a blow-by-blow account of the last days of Jesus Christ’s life. He’ll be telling viewers why he left his theology degree behind for a life in front of the camera…
As they travel around the country looking at some of the most beautiful houses in Ireland, Hugh Wallace, Deirdre Whelan and new judge Patrick Bradley, join Ryan Tubridy to chat about what it takes to be declared Home of the Year.
Former Cork Rose Ruth Carroll will share her incredible story of triumph over adversity.
Entrepreneur Niall McGarry, founder of Maximum Media, the company behind JOE, Her and SportsJOE, will join Ryan to chat about taking it from humble beginnings to one of the fastest growing media companies in Ireland and Joe’s successful expansion into the UK market.
Plus music from Bad Wolves, whose cover of The Cranberries’ classic Zombie is storming up the charts.
The Late Late Show is on tomorrow night, on RTÉ One, at 9.35pm.
On the Late Late Show.
Gareth Naughton, of RTE, writes:
Mark Hamill will be chatting about being part of the biggest film franchise in movie history and bringing the production to Ireland for those iconic scenes filmed on Skellig Michael…
Cork woman Samantha Barry made headlines of her own earlier this year when she was appointed the new editor-in-chief of US magazine Glamour. We’ll be finding out how this 36-year-old from Ballincollig made it big in the US…
Actor Liam Cunningham will be in studio to chat about everything from leading off this year’s St Patrick’s Day Festival to… Game of Thrones…
As Daffodil Day approaches, Ryan will be joined in studio by some of those who have contributed to or benefitted from the fundraising and work carried out by the Irish Cancer Society and…
Ryan will be meeting teenagers Liam and Paddy Doran, boxers and members of the travelling community, who are the stars of a major new fashion campaign for British menswear brand Kent & Curwen…
Plus music from Don McLean and Jake Carter.
Late Late Show is on RTE One at 9.35pm.
Previously: Who’s Your Paddy?
On the Ray D’Arcy Show.
Actor Rory Cowan will be in studio to chat about his return to panto following Al Porter’s departure from Polly And The Beanstalk at the Olympia theatre in Dublin.
On the 8th December 2000, 22-year-old Kildare man Trevor Deely’s went missing after his Christmas Party. Enhanced CCTV footage and a major search earlier this year made Trevor Deely’s disappearance headline news again. Trevor’s brother Mark and sister Michelle will join Ray as part of their appeal for anyone who knew anything about Trevor to come forward.
Earlier this week international star Patrick Bergin made his first appearance on Albert Square. Patrick will talk to Ray about what it’s like starring alongside EastEnder’s Phil Mitchell and Dot Cotton. He will also treat viewers to a self-penned tune alongside his good friend Eleanor Shanley.
Former Ireland international and Limerick woman Joy Neville joins Ray to talk about winning the World Rugby Referee of the Year award in Monte-Carlo, Monaco last weekend.
The Ray D’Arcy Show, tomorrow night, at 9.55pm on RTÉ One.
Previously: Trevor Deely on Boadsheet
On The Ray D’Arcy Show.
Ray will go live to the home of Republic of Ireland soccer legend Niall Quinn to get his reaction to Ireland’s crucial World Cup play-off against Denmark…
Former Irish rugby international Donncha O’Callaghan will join Ray live in studio to chat about everything from Frozen to Ireland’s Fittest Family…
Broadcaster and author Dr Pixie Mc Kenna reveals the catastrophic health concerns that can arise from not getting enough sleep…
…women’s harassment are grabbing the headlines worldwide, prompting a much-needed end to the culture of silence. In light of such recent headlines much-loved broadcaster Bibi Baskin will be joining Ray to talk about her own experiences of working as a woman in media and the many issues facing women today.
Chef Neven Maguire will get viewers taste buds tingling by cooking up some decedent truffles and he’ll also reveal what was on the menu when Leo Varadkar joined him for dinner at his restaurant in Co Cavan.
*chews imaginary telly licence*
The Ray D’Arcy Show, tomorrow night, RTE One at 10.10pm