Wednesday 17 July 2019

Stellar Irish line-up alongside Hillary Clinton for this week's Late Late Show

Domhnall Gleeson
Domhnall Gleeson
Vogue Williams outside House of Holland during London Fashion Week September 2017 on September 16, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
: Domhnall Gleeson attends the 'Goodbye Christopher Robin' World Premiere held at Odeon Leicester Square on September 20, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by John Phillips/John Phillips/Getty Images)
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Hollywood star Domhnall Gleeson, comedian Dara Ó Briain, presenter Vogue Williams, and model Roz Purcell will join Ryan Tubridy for this week's Late Late Show.

An interview with Hillary Clinton, which was pre-recorded this week in New York, will also feature in the show.

Gleeson is on the publicity tour for Goodbye Christopher Robin in which he plays author AA Milne and he will also reveal what it's like to be part of one of the biggest film franchises ever with Star Wars.

He will also tell us why he still gets nervous when his dad Brendan watches him on screen.

Vogue, meanwhile, will be in studio to talk about her new series which kicks off on Tuesday and tackles the issues of sperm donation, anxiety, and sugar dating.  She also has a new book coming out, Everything, in which she reveals all.

Vogue Williams at the RTE New Season Launch 2017

Dara Ó Briain also has a new book to plug.  Beyond the Sky: You and the Universe aims to education children about space.  He will also be putting some scientific theories to the test live on air.  Let's hope it's an improvement on Francis Brennan's window cleaning last week.

Dara O'Briain in Sydney. Pic: Twitter

There's another book to buy courtesy of Rozanna Purcell.  Half Hour Hero is published today and the model turned foodie will, we're told, 'put Ryan through his culinary paces as she demonstrates how you can become a Half Hour Hero in the kitchen'.

Roz Purcell, model and bestselling cookery author speaks at the launch of Ireland's Fittest Company with Eversheds Sutherland at The National Concert Hall. Photo: Tony Gavin

Elsewhere viewers will meet Maria Coyne and Tina Yasar, two mums who developed a friendship while they cared for their children who were waiting for heart transplants.

Jamie Lawson and Lisa McHugh will provide music on the night.

The Late Late Show, RTE One, Friday, September 29

'I just thought I’ve just let everybody down, I’ve let my country down, I’ve let the world down' - Hillary Clinton on this week's Late Late Show

'I'm devoted to the future of Ireland' - Hilary Clinton speaks about NI stalemate in Ryan Tubridy interview 

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