This week's Late Late Show guests have been announced
The guests for this week's Late Late Show have been announced.
In a historic week for America, former FBI Director James Comey will be chatting with Ryan Tubridy about the impact new President Joe Biden can make and what he thinks is next for former President Trump.
This week's show will pay tribute to some of the best in Irish traditional music including Donal Lunny, Andy Irvine, Zoe Conway, Frankie Gavin, Louise Mulcahy, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Jim Higgins, Martin O'Connor and Edel Fox.
The show will also be marking the upcoming 40th anniversary of the Stardust tragedy where 48 lives were lost in a fire at the venue. Tubridy will speak to author Lisa Lawlor who lost both of her parents on Valentines Night 1981, leaving her orphaned at just 17-months-old. Lawlor's book 'Stardust Baby' was released this week.
Jeni Pim will also be joining Ryan on this week's show to discuss the death of her 50-year-old husband Nigel who passed away from Covid-19 on January 14th.
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