Micheal Buble and Graham Norton to join Ryan Tubridy on this week's Late Late Show
Michael Buble and Graham Norton are two of the big names to join Ryan Tubridy on this week's Late Late Show.
The Canadian crooner will perform a recent hit and one of his classics; and he chats to Tubridy about life on the road now that he's a father of two.
Speaking on his show on RTE Radio One earlier in the month, Tubridy said the Grammy-award winning singer was one of the "nicest people" he's ever interviewed.
Chatshow host and comedian-turned-crime novelist Graham Norton will have the tables turned on him as he becomes the interview for a change. Tune in to hear why he loves returning to Ireland, what he really thinks about Brexit and what the future holds for him after 19 years hosting his own show.
Four-time All-Ireland winning Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy will discuss his stunning career on the pitch and how he achieved those feats while dealing with a turbulent home life.
Donal Skehan also pops in to talk about building his ever expanding empire from humble beginnings as a food blogger and life since marrying his Swedish sweetheart Sofie.
Nathan Carter will perform a special 'duet' with the late Joe Dolan. The Mullingar musician passed away in 2007 but through the magic of archive footage, Joe will duet with country music superstar.
The pair will perform the Westmeath crooner's hit Make Me An Island, accompanied by the RTE Concert Orchestra,
Nathan will also join a panel discussion celebrating the enduring legacy of Joe Dolan on the Irish music scene alongside Joe’s brother Ben Dolan and Sunday World journalist Eddie Rowley.