The line-up for this week’s Late Late Show has been revealed.
On Friday night, Ryan Tubridy will be joined by stars of RTÉ’s brand new gangland drama Kin Ciarán Hinds and Clare Dunne.
Ciarán will chat about the joy of filming in Dublin again and his childhood spent dancing in Belfast, and Clare will chat about why she could never be a crime boss and the real stories that inspire her.
Miriam Mullins, who has over 1.6 million followers on TikTok, will be on the show to discuss living her life online, her now famous Irish mammy and will be sharing tips on how to make it on TikTok.
Ryan will also be joined by Ireland’s Olympic Taekwondo star Jack Woolley, who was attacked in Dublin City last month.
Jack will talk about his road to recovery, why he wants to inspire Ireland’s next generation of athletes and why he can’t wait to get back into the ring as Tokyo slips away from view.
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Tuam historian Catherine Corless will be joined by her husband Aidan to discuss her new book ‘Belonging: A Memoir’ in a special in-depth interview like no other.
Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley will be on the show ahead of the must-anticipated sequel to last year’s bestselling book ‘Old Ireland in Colour’, and talk viewers through some of the superb images brought to life through cutting-edge technology, historical research and expert colourisation.
Wallis Bird will be performing her classic song ‘To My Bones’, while The Three Amigos will perform a special medley of Garth Brooks’ hits.
The Late Late Show continues on RTÉ One on Friday, September 17 at 9:35pm.