Ryan Tubridy is certainly building his profile abroad.
He has been spending time in the UK since he stepped down from The Late Late Show and his RTÉ Radio 1 show.
Now it looks like he will be going even further afield in the coming weeks!
He took to social media to share that he would be jetting over to Iceland for an incredible interview opportunity.
In November, he will take part in Iceland Noir, the country’s literary festival.
“Iceland-bound in November where I’ll be interviewing crime writer extraordinaire, Ragnar Jónasson and Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdóttir on stage together to talk about their terrific thriller, Reykjavik.
“AND on the Friday. I’ll chat with the wonderful Liz Nugent,” he revealed in excitement.
Now that really is something to boost about!
Other celebrity speakers involved this year include actors Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson and Björn Hlynur Haraldsson, activist Ingileif Friðriksdóttir and singer Elín Hall.
The literary festival takes place from November 15th to 18th and is set to celebrate “darkness in all its forms”.
According to The Sunday Independent, the Dubliner presented a discussion on pensions and financial advice, which was filmed on Thursday afternoon. The panel was held as a part of the upcoming Pensions Awareness Week.
Fellow presenter Gráinne Seoige and entrepreneur Liz Dwyer also took part in the event. The panel discussion is due to be broadcast on the 28th of September. The former Late Late Show host is said to have presented a panel titled, Rediscovering yourself in your second life.
With the blurb reading: “When you walk away from the job, which has filled that work slot during your adult life, you are likely to experience a sense of loss, of dislocation.”