Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham will be on this week’s programme to discuss his recent visit to the Syrian refugee camps in Jordan. He joins Ryan in studio to talk about what he saw, why he’s angry about it and what he thinks the Irish Government – and the Irish people – should be doing to help.
Rugby hero Paul O’Connell will be on the couch with Ryan to chat about about what life is like now that he has hung up his boots. He’ll be giving viewers his take on the Irish team that reached new heights with a Grand Slam and back-to-back Six Nations titles and where the inspirational team talks he is famous for come from.
After an exciting week of launching her first ever book, Ireland’s very own Queen of Fashion, Pippa O’Connor, will help three eager volunteers revamp their winter wardrobe live on air.
On the back of his successful TV3 series Smalltown, actor Pat Shortt will be on the show to talk about his new film The Flag, and delving into the archives to find some hidden gems in his upcoming TV show.
Viewers will also catch up with writer and raconteur Michael Harding, Prime Time’s Barry Cummins will discuss details of the case of missing schoolboy Philip Cairns along with other high profile missing persons, and music will be provided by The Three Amigos, Nickelback and Mick Flannery.
What a great lineup.