Brenda Fricker will sit down with Ryan Tubridy this week for a very exciting Late Late Show.
The Oscar winner will chat about her incredible career as she returns to our screen in her new series, Holding.
She will also discuss her upcoming memoir which she is working on, as well as her new dog Juno, giving her a run for her money.
And she isn’t the only exciting guest who will be sitting on the couch with Ryan.
Mrs Brown’s Boys actress Fiona O’Carroll and former Miss Ireland Pamela Uba will finally be able to head into the studio, after they were pushed from last week’s show.
The women will speak about why they wanted to face their fears in signing up to be part of this year’s Ultimate Hell Week: The Professionals.
Sports takes centre stage, as the Irish Rugby Sevens squad will swing by after making history last weekend when they beat Australia to win bronze at the World Cup in Cape Town.
Una Leonard, the renowned baker and owner of 2210 Patisserie, will tell Ryan about how discovering a love of baking helped to save her life after she hit rock bottom. This led to her creating a hugely successful business and landing a book deal.
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History lovers will be delighted as historian Michael B. Barry and photographer John O’Byrne will showcase their new book, The Irish Civil War in Colour, which tells the story of the complicated conflict that was The Irish Civil War.
Then they head to Mullingar for music this week for the return of The Academic performing Don’t Take It Personally.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, September 16th at 9:35 pm