All-Irish line-up for Late Late Show with Amy Huberman, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Peter Stringer, Paddy Cosgrave among guests
Striking Out stars Amy Huberman and Maria Doyle Kennedy are the big names in studio for Friday's Late Late Show.
The stars of the RTE drama series will chat about the show itself while Maria will also talk music, Orphan Black and appearing on Outlander with fellow Irish star Caitriona Balfe.
Former Ireland scrum-half Peter Stringer will talk about his twenty-year rugby career and what's next now that he has returned to Ireland from the UK.
Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave will be in studio fresh from hosting an event with Black Eye Peas star will.i.am at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Cosgrave will discuss everything from the controversial decision to pull the Web Summit from Ireland to his ideas on solutions to the Irish property crisis.
Given this week's shocking court case involving young children being targeted on social media, a panel discussion on smart phone safety will take place on the show.
Child psychologist David Coleman, CyberSafeIreland’s Cliona Curley, and Irish Daily Mail editor Sebastian Hamilton will discuss the dangers facing children using social media apps, what parents need to do to protect their kids and how society should be tackling the issue.
New Irish inventions and products hitting the market this year will also be showcased and music will come courtesy of Martha Wainwright and JP & The Seeger Session Band who will play TradFest.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, January 26th at 9.35pm