This weeks Late Late Show line up has been announced
Friday nights Late Late Show will have appearances from Downton Abbey actor Allen Leech, the inaugural bursary winners of The Late Late Show's Taking Care of Business Special, country singer Nathan Carter aswell as Home of the Year judges.
'Taking Care of Business Special' aired last year, and this year Ryan welcomes back the inaugural bursary winners who will speak about their business and how they adapted and thrived through the pandemic.
Actor Allen Leech from Downton Abbey and Bohemian Rhapsody is going to talk about coming home to Ireland and why he supports the work of the Sudden Adult Death Syndrome charity, CRY.
Home of the Year is back on our screens and the judges are among tomorrow night's guests on the Late Late Show. Hugh Wallace, Amanda Bone, and Suzie Mc Adam will be on to discuss this year's homes.
Séana Kerslake star of the new Sunday night hit- drama Smother will be speaking about filming during a pandemic, she will also talk about her good friend Danika McGuigan, daughter of Barry McGuigan. They starred in the RTÉ show Can't Cope, Won't Cope.
For music entertainment, Nathan Carter will be in the studio with the first TV performance of his new song, as well as Dea Matrona from Belfast will also be in the studio to perform their single 'Make You My Star'.
The Late Late Show will air Friday, March 12th at 9.35 pm on RTÉ One.
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