The Late Late Show To Broadcast From The UK
Ryan Tubridy had teased special news about The Late Late Show during the week.
It was announced today that the chat show will air a special broadcast from the UK to celebrate the unique relationship between Ireland and it's nearest neighbour.
The show, which is now in it's 57th year, will go on tour to chat to Irish people who have made an impact across the water and chat about what it is like for an Irish person to live in the UK today.
The announcement comes as part of RTE's new season launch. Speaking at the event RTE Director-General Dee Forbes said "The new programmes on RTE One, RTE2 and RTE Player is a strong demonstration of RTE's commitment to Irish public life and our island's unique and merging cultures."
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