Joining Pat tonight are Ronan Keating, chef Marco Pierrre White and the new line-up for Celebrity Bainisteoir.
7 year old Jack Lynch from Waterford wowed audiences on the All Ireland Talent show - coming second on the show hasn't dampened his love for dance. The lively youngster gave us a freestyle performance of his now infamous break dance routine.
What place do a model, a rugby pundit, a retired broadcaster and a comedian have on a GAA pitch and will they be able to embody what is at the very heart of the GAA? Joining Pat ahead of the new series of celebrity Bainisteoir are George Hook, Andrea Roche, Derek Davis and Katherine lynch.
Fresh from his climb of Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief, Ronan joins Pat in studio to perform a song from his new solo album Songs for my Mother and to talk about how 10 years on he still thinks her death could have been avoidable if there had been better services available. His new album 'Songs for My Mother' has just been released and looks set to top the album charts this weekend. From that album Ronan performs the single 'Time After Time'.
Impressionist John Culshaw is a man of many different faces, a mimic with no less than 350 voices in his repetoire some are so good it's difficult to tell the difference between him and the real thing. He entertained Pat with his take on a whole host of stars including Ozzy Osbourne, Simon Cowell and Billy Connolly while even managing to pull off a very convincing impression of a certain Pat Kenny!
Having spent the past 25 years in Musical Theatre, starring in many productions both here and abroad, including Evita, Les Miserables and Cats. Rebecca Storm dropped into The Late Late Show and performed the signature hit song from the show Blood Brothers, "Tell Me It's Not True", a role for which she is probably best known. Rebecca will be starring in a new production of the hit musical 'Annie' which runs in both the Olympia in Dublin and The Cork Opera House this summer.
Marco Pierre White
He has been called the godfather of modern cooking, the enfant terrible of the kitchen and is synonymous with stunning restaurants and fabulous food. He told Pat about his many kitchen exploits including making former protégé Gordon Ramsay cry, his tremendous three Michelin star achievement and his willingness to evict more than a few difficult customers! He also shared his excitement at the launch of his first Irish venture The Marco Pierre White Steak House Grill at Fitzers on Dawson St.
They sit for about two days a week, and it costs the taxpayer millions to run. Some say it does an important job in amending legislation others say it's a haven for political patronage a FAS course for would-be TD'S or an A&E for defeated Dail candidates. Pat was joined by a wide selection of Senate members and journalists Ian O'Doherty and John Drennan to discuss the future of the Senate.