On The Late Late Show tonight, Dublin woman Samantha Power will join Ryan to tell him about how her father’s untimely death impacted on her life, her time serving President Obama, and why Donald Trump’s actions are seriously jeopardising America’s place in the world.
Activist Sinéad Burke will also be on the show to discuss everything from her dealings with Victoria Beckham and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, to getting a call from the President.
As well as that, the activist will reveal how she is using her platform to try create a new world where nobody is excluded.
Declan Kelly, the Tipperary-born entrepreneur, businessman and founder and CEO of Teneo will be in studio too to discuss his hopes to end global poverty with the help of Coldplay, Pharell Williams and Hugh Jackman with the launch of Global Goal Live.
After the drama of last Sunday’s win, the Irish Women’s Hockey Team will join Ryan on the show to celebrate their historic achievement in qualifying for next year’s Olympic Games.
Tipperary comedy duo The 2 Johnnies will also be in studio, and there will be a special musical performance by Rachel Coyne – the young singer who made her mark on The Late Late Toy Show last year with a stunning rendition of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman.
As the funeral of Gay Byrne takes place in Dublin this morning, host Ryan Tubridy will also take some take time to remember the late, great, former Late Late Show host during the show.
Tuesday evening’s broadcast of The Late Late Show Gay Byrne Tribute on RTÉ One was watched by fans of Gay’s from over 70 countries worldwide via the RTÉ Player.
The Late Late Show airs Friday, November 8th, at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.