After a heroic performance on Saturday which saw Ireland defeating the All Blacks by 16-9, Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy is joined by man of the match Peter O’Mahony to discuss the momentous win, and why the team is poised for success in next year’s Rugby World Cup.
… As they embark on their farewell tour, Ronan Keating, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy discuss why it’s time to say goodbye in the year of their 25th anniversary.
…Professor Brian Cox joins Ryan to explain his passion for unpicking the infinite universe around us, and tells us why he’s bringing science on the road in his new tour.
…The master of impressions Mario Rosenstock will be providing the laughs, and music will be from The Stunning who are joined by the Irish Chamber Orchestra.
Irish actress Victoria Smurfit….singer Glen Hansard, musician Brendan Begley, artist Liam Holden and stonemason Brendan Moriarty….
We explore what can be done to help the rental sector in Ireland with our expert panel including Room To Improve host Dermot Bannon, Karl Deeter of Irish Mortgage Brokers, and Linda Daly, editor of the Sunday Times property supplement…
Taken Down actress Blessing Moyo and her daughter Victoria Chihumura join Ryan to talk about what living in Direct Provision was like.
With Christmas just around the corner, Dogs Trust are this year highlighting the harm associated with buying dogs from bad breeders
Dancing With The Stars judge Julian Benson returns to the Late Late Show to talk about the Cystic Fibrosis foundation he is setting up…
Ryan Tubridy and Presidential runner-up Peter Casey.
A sloppy ambush, you say?
#latelate Peter Casey got 23% of the vote, I wanted to know why, did I find out? No. That was a crass, shameful, embarrassing “interview”. Typical of RTE and Tubridy. Scandalous, car crash public broad casting.
The @CaseyPeterJ interview on #latelate is possibly the worst interview I’ve witnessed on media in this country. Tubridys shouty, out of control and childish behaviour was embarrassing to watch. Felt sorry for Casey because he wasn’t listened to once or allowed finish a sentence. https://t.co/a7Ee8zvScx
I generally like Tubridy, but he is making it virtually impossible for Peter Casey to articulate his views. I know Casey isn’t the most articulate to begin with, but Tubridy is making no attempt to mask his bias, constantly interrupting him. Very poor. #LateLate
Wow! Never usually tweet, but that was an appalling biased interview by Ryan Tubridy. Regardless of personal opinions, shouldn’t journalism be fair? You finished well #petercasey#latelate#rte#LateLateShow
Not Ryan Tubridy’s finest hour. I think this interview has played right into Casey’s hands. He will have garnered sympathy and consolidated support from Tubridy’s mishandling and obvious antipathy. #latelate
Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson will join Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy on to discuss climnate change…
…We find out from Peter Casey how it felt to be the stand out story of the presidential campaign,
…former world middleweight boxing champion Andy Lee joins Ryan to discuss his ascent through the ranks
…Jennifer Zamparelli will put her best foot forward as co-presenter of hit series, Dancing with the Stars. with Nicky Byrne
David McWilliams is back to discuss the wholesale shift in the way normal people see and think about themselves, and how Ireland has gone from economic embarrassment to avocado toast in the space of a generation….
Ryan will be looking on the bright side of life with Monty Python legend Eric Idle…
…Keala Settle ’joins Ryan in studio to chat about being thrust into international fame and recording her new album..
Four time All-Ireland winner Cora Staunton will be on the couch to chat about scaling the heights of Ladies GAA…
…Shauntelle Tynan was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer at just 16 years old..She joins Ryan to share her story.
Television presenter Hector hEochagáin joins Ryan to chat about taking the road less traveled for his new series, Hector Ó Siberia Go Saigon…
[gardener] Diarmuid Gavin will be chatting about why millennials are mad about cacti, how he overcame his crippling shyness and the highly unusual way his late father made sure everyone knew he had made it.
‘Ultimate responsibility for the very shabby treatment of the thousand or so ticketholders rests with RTÉ and The Late Late Show not the UK company they engaged and clearly did not properly brief.
Its [UK company’s] employees, while demonstrably out of their depth, were unfailingly polite. From observation, that could not be said of some RTÉ staff there on the night.
‘…The sense of entitlement and self-selecting ‘superiority’ so often attributed to RTÉ and its stars by its critics was also demonstrated by Mr Tubridy when – during an ad break – he sought to put an overexcited heckler in his place by telling him he was clearly his social inferior due to the fact that he was in the worst seats in the house, the gallery with most of the audience because he ‘clearly didn’t know the right people’.
A withering editorial in this morning’s London-based The Irish World newspaper apologising for its role in promoting last Friday’s shambolic Late Late Show London event.
Fresh from their gold medal winning victories at the World Rowing Championships, Paul and Gary O’Donovan and Sanita Puspure will be chatting about their wins and how they are positioned for a dominant display in the Tokyo Olympics.
As broadcaster Pat Kenny celebrates being inducted into the IMRO Radio Awards Hall of Fame, he joins Ryan to chat about a career that spans five decades
After a year of wildly unpredictable weather, Met Éireann’s Joanna Donnelly will be in studio to chat about why our climate has changed so dramatically,
Nathan Carter will be giving a special performance of a Willie Nelson classic.