The lineup for The Late Late tonight is here!
One of Cork's finest will be making an appearance with Tubs tonight!
Mike Murphy's on the show tonight!
The legendary broadcaster will be joined by historian Catriona Crowe to discuss the new Epic Ireland; a state-of-the-art visitor centre in Dublin which is dedicated to the extraordinary story of the Irish diaspora.
Restaurateur Richard Corrigan, satirist Oliver Callan and journalist Dearbhail McDonald will appear in the Late Late studio to discuss the state of our nation and why the country is in desperate need of a stable Government now.
Ryan Tubridy will also meet two Chernobyl survivors, Raisa Carolan and Anna Gabriel. Orphaned after the nuclear meltdown, they travelled to Ireland where, countless operations later, they have made a life for themselves.
We will also hear from campaigners Adi Roche and Ali Hewson on their tireless efforts to make life better for the survivors both here and in Belarus.
As well as that, The Today Show host Maura Derrane will join Ryan on the Late Late couch – her first visit since becoming a new mum in her early 40s.
Cork singer-songwriter John Spillane will also perform his much-loved song The Dance of the Cherry Trees, and there will also be music from Camille O’Sullivan and country music star Lisa McHugh.
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