U2 surprise veteran presenter Gay Byrne with a gift on his final Late Late Show.

After almost 37 years, Gay Byrne presented his final broadcast of 'The Late Late Show'. The world's longest running chat show had, over four decades, brought many topics deemed taboo by elements of Irish society into a public forum for discussion.The first episode of 'The Late Late Show' was broadcast on the 6 July 1962 and was intended as a 'filler' for the summer schedule.

In this extract from Gay Byrne's final 'Late Late Show' U2 members Bono and Larry present Gay with a Harley Davidson. Bono tells a story of calling out to Gay Byrne's house to try and get the young U2 on 'The Late Late Show'.