Star Wars' Domhnall Gleeson, TV presenter Vogue Williams, comedian Dara Ó Briain and model-turned-foodie Roz Purcell join Hillary Clinton on the line-up for Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One.
In an Irish television exclusive, Hillary Clinton talks about everything from the blame she attaches to herself for her failure to defeat Donald Trump in last year's US presidential race, to the double standard applied to women in politics - and what she intends to do now that she has stepped away from electoral politics.
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With his new movie, the hotly anticipated Goodbye Christopher Robin, hitting the big screen, Domhnall Gleeson joins Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late Show to chat about playing the writer of one of the most beloved books in children's literature, Winnie-the-Pooh author AA Milne.
He'll also be filling viewers in on what it's like to hit the big time as part of the Star Wars universe; life as part of one of Ireland's most famous acting families and why he still gets nervous when his dad Brendan watches him on screen.
Model, DJ, and reality TV star Vogue Williams will be in studio to discuss her new RTÉ2 documentary series looking at sperm donation, anxiety and online 'sugar dating'. And she'll also be telling viewers why she decided to reveal all in a new book.
Comedian and science buff Dara Ó Briain joins Ryan Tubridy for a catch-up about life as one of Ireland's most famous comedians and he'll be putting some scientific theories to the test live on air.
Having started out as one of Ireland's most successful models, Roz Purcell branched out into food, and she'll be in studio to chat and put her host through his culinary paces.