She may have been the star guest of The Late Late Show just a few months ago, but Roz Purcell will be the main attraction again tomorrow night.
The model turned author was on the show back in November and she will be joining Ryan again on this week’s show to talk about her latest venture with cooking.
Roz will discuss honing in on her skills in the kitchen and releasing her acclaimed book Natural Born Feeder, as well as life with The Voice of Ireland judge Bressie.
The stars of RTÉ’s Reflecting The Rising are set to pop in – in their full 1916 regalia – to mark the beginning of a weekend of national commemoration and celebration.
Architect Hugh Wallace will also appear in studio to begin his search for Ireland’s Home of the Year, and to open up about his battle with depression and alcoholism.
GAA guru and herbalist Sean Boylan is to drop by to speak about herbal remedies to common conditions that can plague us at this time of year.
And on the 100th anniversary of the proclamation of an Irish republic that cherished all its children equally, we’ll hear from one of the country’s new homeless. Lyndsey Robinson has spent the last year living in temporary accommodation at a hotel in Dublin’s north inner city with her 2-year-old daughter.
Ryan will be hearing about the incredible strain she finds herself under and why politicians need to act now to address the housing crisis.
All that and music from Lucy O’Byrne, The Bootleg Beach Boys and Earth City Mob.
The Late Late Show airs this Friday at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.