The line-up for tonight’s RTÉ Late Late Show has been confirmed and it promises to be a good one. Host Ryan Tubridy will take to the iconic leather couch to chat with famous guests and musical acts from 9:35 pm.
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First up is Hollywood actress Jamie Lee Curtis. The star of Halloween and Freaky Friday is in Dublin for an event at the Lighthouse Cinema in Smithfield, and she’ll be popping over to the RTÉ studios for a chat with Ryan afterwards.
Next, Amy Huberman will take to the hot seat to discuss her new series, Finding Joy. The six-part comedy, which kicks off on Wednesday 10th October on RTÉ One, co-stars Irish TV presenter, Laura Whitmore. It’s a drastic change from Amy’s last series, Striking Out, which saw her play a solicitor in Dublin’s Four Courts.
Tonight’s Late Late Show will also welcome Irish comedian Dara Ó Briain, who producers say “will be revealing the secret science behind everyday life from the minute you wake up to when you go to sleep.” The 46-year-old has recently published his second ‘funny science book’ for children aged 7-12. Titled Secret Science: The Amazing World Beyond Your Eyes, the book has already reached the number one spot on Amazon’s children’s charts.
Francis Brennan is also on tonight’s line-up. The Irish hotelier and TV personality is expected to chat about his new book A Gentleman Abroad: Francis Brennan’s Travel Tales, as well as share his favourite tidbits from his recent travels.
Lastly, but by no means least, broadcaster Mary Kennedy will be joining Ryan about suffering a burn-out last year, plus her new approach to living and being comfortable in her own skin.
Watch The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, October 5 at 9.35pm.
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