This weeks Late Late show is set to be a very emotional one.
The show will include a special tribute by country singer and native Liverpudlian, Nathan Carter to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster with a performance of a song specially written to honour them.
Nathan will also join Ryan on the couch to chat about life of the road and his upcoming album. As if that wasn’t enough, he’ll also be helping decide who the best amateur jivers are in country.
Kevin Keegan, one of the many former Liverpool players who stood by the families of the Hillsborough victims as they fought for justice will also be making an appearance. The ex-England manager will be talking about his long and colourful career, what he’s up to now and the time he appeared on The Late Late Show alongside an actual bear.
Senator Lynn Ruane will also be joining Ryan in studio to share her inspiring story of triumph over adversity. From dropping out of school and becoming a single mum in her teens, we’ll hear how she transformed her life, going back to college, eventually leading to this week when she finds herself following in the footsteps of Mary Robinson and Noel Browne fighting for social justice in Seanad Éireann.
Meteorologist Joanna Donnelly, alongside husband and fellow meteorologist Harm Luijkx, will finally be revealing why Irish weather is so crazy at the moment.
Paul Williams, Clonmel solicitor Kieran Cleary and former assistant commissioner Martin Donnellan will also be joining Ryan on the couch to discuss whether the Gardaí should be armed.
This is not one to be missed! Tune in tomorrow night on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.