Coming up on the show this week, star of Desperate Housewives, Marcia Cross tells us about life in Wysteria Lane and what her future plans are. Controversial and colourful British MP George Galloway discusses his opinions on the future of Europe. GAA and sports pundit Marty Morrissey talks about the great summer of sports ahead of us and Horslips' Barry Devlin is in with Sweeney Todd actress Jayne Wiseman to tell us about their new film "A Kiss for Jed". Music will be performed by Donegal band The Plea with their new single "Oh Ah Yay".
Coming up on the show this week, 90s pop star turned reality star, Peter Andre tells us about his new show and being crowned 'Father of the Year' for the second year running. One of the most memorable goal scorers of the Euros in '88, Ronnie Whelan, gives us his opinion on Ireland's chances in the Euros this year. Three successful female entrepreneurs tell us about building a business in Ireland today and Jane McKenna tells us about the Laura Lynn Foundation which she set up in honour of her two children who passed away within two years of each other. Music on the night will be performed by Shannon and the Shortcuts.
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Coming up on the show this week, star of reality show "The Only Way is Essex", Amy Childs tells us how she went from beautician to millionaire. The little guy with the big voice, Richie Hayes gives us the inside track on the quarter finals of The Voice and he'll also be performing "What About me". Former World Snooker Champion, Dennis Taylor takes us through his journey to become the most popular sportsmen of all time and what he thinks of snooker today and Mike Murphy is in to discuss the campaign to find Ireland's favourite painting. Music on the night will be performed by Bic Runga with her single "Hello Hello".
Coming up on the show this week, one of the original reality TV contestants, Brian Dowling tells us about his recent mugging and taking over as the presenter of Big Brother. Former legendary Meath manager turned herbalist, Sean Boylan talks about his brush with mortality and how he's back as Director of Football with the county. Three of the stars of ICA bootcamp take us through their time with their ICA mentors and what tasks they were made do on the show. Jason O Reilly, the man who made the Dragon's cry on Dragon's Den, tells us how his life has turned around after a few tough years and caricaturist Niall O' Loughlin shows us his paintings of celebrities which are fetching up to ¤60, 000. The Animators will be performing their single "One Night Only".
Coming up on the show this week, Eastenders star Cheryl Fergison tells us what it was like to play Heather Trott for the past five years in Albert Square; we'll have a performance from Mary Byrne and Phil Coulter who've recently collaborated on Mary's album; we'll be meeting the Irish couple, Ger Burke and Paula Culhane who've lost fifteen stone between them on ITV's The Biggest Loser; controversial funnyman David McSavage reveals the story behind some of his infamous characters on The Savage Eye". And Irish rugby player Tommy Bowe gives his take on Ireland's recent performance in the Six Nations, his return to the Ulster team and his new shoe range.
Coming up on our St Patricks Day special, Ear to the Ground presenter, Ella McSweeney, and Damien O'Reilly from Countrywide reflect on the agricultural revolution going on in Ireland - and we'll be joined in studio by some woolly friends. John Waters reveals what makes him proud to be Irish, Cork man John Spillane launches his Euro 2012 anthem and tells us the stories behind his many other hits. We'll also be joined by the man of the moment, Bressie, who gives us the latest news on The Voice and we're packed with live performances on the night, including Crystal Swing and The Original Rudeboys.
Coming up on the show this week, Fair City star Ciara O' Callaghan tells us about her character Yvonne Doyle and all the recent sex scandals that have rocked Carrigstown.
Paul Divver, the man who bought the 55 bedroom Donegal hotel he worked in for the price of a modest 3 bed semi, tells us about what his plans are for his new hotel.
Potato farmers and young entrepreneurs, the Keoghs, tell us about the growth of their successful crisp business and bringing the Irish spud to America.
Professional dragon Norah Casey launches the new series of Dragon's Den and Treasa Walsh, the mother of Gearoid Walsh who was killed in Australia tells us how she feels about the man acquitted of killing her son.
Music will be performed by London band The Maccabees with their single "Pelican".
Coming up on the show this week, Eurovision star Linda Martin will be on with our Eurovision hopefuls Jedward to talk about their second bid to win the Eurovision. Minister for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton talks about fighting our corner in Europe and tells us what Angela Merkel is really like. Pop Idol star, Will Young, tells us about his career since winning the reality show and the highs and lows of fame, he will also be performing his hit single "Jealousy"
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