Miriam O'Callaghan will bring her chatshow season to a close with a splash tonight when she takes the ice bucket challenge with Oliver Callan.

Initially the presenter had said that she would do the challenge if €2,000 was raised in support of Motor Neurone Disease and already O'Callaghan has raised €4,500.

The pair will be all set for a soaking to raise cash and awareness for the disease and if you want to see the pair take a soaking live on air, make a donation at www.mycharity.ie/event/saturdaynightwithmiriam.

Also on tonight's show, Brendan Gleeson talks about his new film, The Grand Seduction, the chances of an Oscar nomination for Calvary, and future plans ahead of his 60th birthday.

Singer and actress Angeline Ball on marriage, cookery, and the legacy of her Commitments character, Imelda Quirke.

Tomi Reichental and Alexandra Senfft tell their story ahead of their up-coming Holocaust documentary, Close To Evil.

The Irish Women's Rugby Team will be in studio to relive their adventure after making it to the semi-finals of the World Cup.

Nadine Coyle on life in LA., motherhood and working with the Lord of the Dance himself, Michael Flatley. 

Live music comes from Paul Noonan and Gemma Hayes, performing in their new band Printer Clips.