Sinéad O'Connor performs an a cappella version of the hymn 'Make Me a Channel of Your Peace'.

To promote a fundraiser for the charity Cradle, which help children and refugees displaced from the Yugoslavian war, five celebrities agree to undergo a makeover.

'Head to Toe' presenter Pat O'Mahony is given the grunge look. Model and presenter Michelle Rocca sports a 1970s outfit. 'Fair City' actress Caroline Rothwell becomes an Italian 1950s starlet. Singer Sinéad O’Connor is transformed into a sex goddess and singer with The Dubliners Ronnie Drew is remodelled as a distinguished gentleman.

Despite her atypical attire, Sinéad O’Connor accepts the request to sing a song. Unaccompanied, she performs the hymn ‘Make me a Channel of Your Peace’. This is an adaptation of an anonymous text known as the ‘Prayer of Saint Francis’. The melody for this hymn was composed in 1967 by South African songwriter Sebastian Temple.

This episode of ‘The Late Late Show’ was broadcast on 26 March 1993. The presenter is Gay Byrne.