Here's Your Late Late Show Line Up For Tonight
If it's going to be a quiet night in for you here's who you'll see on The Late Late Show.
Fans of Derry Girls will be delighted to see the cast on the couch with Ryan ahead of the second season of the popular Channel 4 show. Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Louisa Harland, Nicola Coughlan, Jamie-Lee O'Donnell and Dylan Llewellyn will discuss why a comedy set in Northern Ireland during The Troubles works so well and what we can expect from season two.
Also joining Ryan is Kerry native Jessie Buckley. Jessie will talk about her new movie 'Wild Rose' which sees her go back to her country roots and what it was like to move to London to pursue her dream when she was 17.
Ahead of her RTE One documentary, editor Dearbhail McDonald will be on the show to discuss her decision to freeze her eggs in her mid-thirties and the implication of modern life on families, population and Irish fertility.
The father of late author Emma Hannigan will also be chatting to Tubridy. Phillip Hannigan will talk about Emma's legacy and the impact she has left on the lives of those who loved her as her final novel 'The Gift of Friends' hits shelves.
Carol Bryan will be on the show to talk about how a trip to her cosmetic surgeon for dermal filler left her permanently disfigured and temporarily blind.
Former MMA fighter Graham McCormack is also on the show to talk about his severe episodes of anxiety, depression and self-harm. He will speak to Ryan about how he overcame his demons and why he wants to tell his positive story to give hope to others.
Music tonight will be from Jessie Buckley as well as Mundy and the Irish Chamber Orchestra to celebrate the launch of the new festival Tipp Classical.
The Late Late Show airs tonight on RTE One at 9:35pm.
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