Dubliners Barry Keoghan and Kodaline join style guru Trinny Woodall on the line-up for this Friday’s Late Late Show.
As he prepares to take top billing on his new movie American Animals, Barry Keoghan joins Ryan Tubridy on Friday night to chat about making it from inner city Dublin to the Hollywood hills.
He’ll be telling viewers about his upbringing and finding fame at home in Love/Hate before making it big on the world stage with acclaimed turns in Dunkirk and The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
Ryan will also welcome style guru Trinny Woodall, who will be filling viewers in on how she made a career in fashion as a designer, television presenter and author.
She will also be sharing the story of her struggle to conceive, going through nine rounds of IVF and suffering two miscarriages before finally becoming pregnant with her daughter.
Ryan will be catching up with Kodaline about life as one of Ireland’s favourite bands and they’ll be performing their latest single.
The man behind the epic new nature series Ireland’s Deep Atlantic, Ken O’Sullivan will be telling viewers how he captured some of the most stunning footage ever taken of the marine life living off the west of the country.
We’ll be finding out what it is like to get up close with some of the biggest animals in the world.
Laura Brennan, a 25-year-old Clare woman who has been diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer, will share her story and tell viewers why she strongly believes that young girls should be vaccinated against the HPV virus, one of the chief causes of cervical cancer.
And we’ll hear about the unlikely friendship struck up between retired District Court judge Gillian Hussey and reformed former criminal Paul Mahon after they met through rehabilitation organisation Tiglin.
Music will be provided by the Supertonic Sound Club.
The Late Late Show is on at 9.35pm this Friday on RTÉ One.
Barry chatted to Goss.ie at the IFTAs.