The Late Late Show this weekend is going to be delicious.
Chef Dave Myers and Si King from The Hairy Bikers will be chatting to Ryan Tubridy about their new cookbook that’s all about chicken and eggs.
They’ll also be revealing how they moved from behind the camera to hosting their own cooking show.
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Kathleen Watkinns, first person ever seen on Irish television, will join the host to talk about her new book and life as part of Ireland’s original celebrity power couple with former Late Late Show host Gay Byrne.
Independent Alliance TD and Minister of State John Halligan will be talking about the budget and why he is choosing to fight on in Government even as the controversy over services in Waterford University Hospital rages on.
Oliver Callan will also be on the show to talk about his unique take on the budget.
Riptide Movement: The band, known for busking on the streets of Dublin, will be playing music with Donna Taggart
Obesity expert Professor Donal O’Shea is on the show to inform viewers why he feels betrayed by the Government’s failure to put money into tackling obesity in the latest budget and the delay in introducing a sugar tax.
The consultant will also be bringing on two people who have taken drastic measure to tackle their growing waistlines by going under the knife.
Irish mammies comedian Colm O’Regan will be making viewers laugh as he talks “Bolloxology” and The Riptide Movement and Donna Taggart will be on stage to perform their hit songs.
The Late Late Show is on Friday night from 9.35pm on RTE 1.