Sunday 26 March 2017

Ray D'Arcy Show to tackle politics and facial disfigurement, also interviews with Brenda Blethyn and Bonnie Ryan

Bonnie Ryan on the Red Carpet at The Peter Mark VIP Style Awards 2015 at The Marker Hotel,Dublin. Pictures Brian McEvoy
Bonnie Ryan on the Red Carpet at The Peter Mark VIP Style Awards 2015 at The Marker Hotel,Dublin. Pictures Brian McEvoy
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

The lack of a Government is the main topic set to dominate tonight's Late Late Show and it's the same for Ray D'Arcy tomorrow night.

Ray will be joined in studio by Independent Alliance co-founder Shane Ross TD to get his take on what's going on and what's going to happen.

Brenda Blethyn, best known for movies including Secrets and Lies, Atonement and Pride and Prejudice will swing by to talk about her life and career to date as well as her latest role in TV crime drama Vera.

Bonnie Ryan, daughter of the late Gerry Ryan, will talk to Ray and perform her new single 'I'm Out' while more music will come courtesy of US TV stars The Willis Family, who range in age from 5 to 24.

Finally, journalist and author Tom Hickey and campaigner Emily Savage will discuss life with a facial disfigurement.

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