Check Out This Week’s Late Late Show Line-Up
Plenty of Cork presence on The Late Late tonight.
Cork woman Sinéad Kane made history recently when she became the first visually-impaired athlete to complete the World Marathon Challenge – seven marathons in seven continents in seven days. Host Ryan Tubridy will be hearing all the details and asking why she put herself through such a gruelling challenge.
Derval O’Rourke will be popping in for a chat about life since she stepped off the track. The former sprinter will be giving her view on the ongoing problem with doping in athletics.
The show will also feature what should be a fascinating interview with Gail O’Rorke, the first person in Ireland to be prosecuted for assisting suicide.
Dancing With The Stars judges Julian Benson, Loraine Barry and Brian Redmond will be testing host Ryan Tubridy’s twinkle toes with a few key moves, giving viewers the lowdown on the celebs impressing the most and who is still very far from getting 10s.
Grammy-nominees Celtic Women will be on the show to perform some music from their latest album along with musician Jimmy Buckley.
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