Aslan will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album Feel No Shame on this week's Late Late Show, with an interview and performances from the record.
Lead singer Christy Dignam and guitarist Billy McGuinness will be chatting to host Ryan Tubridy about their breakthrough onto the Irish music scene, the highs and lows that followed, and their legacy as one of Ireland's best loved bands.
The band will also perform some of their favourite tracks from the album.
Padraig Harrington will also be on this week's show, with the three-time major winner set to talk to Tubridy about his golfing career, and how he has recaptured what made him love the sport in the first place.
Pieta House founded Joan Freeman will be joined by her sister, Where in the World? presenter Theresa Lowe, to tell viewers about a new project they are working on to help the Irish diaspora in the US.
The Late Late Show will also remember the hundreds of people still missing in Ireland, with Prime Time's Barry Cummins hearing from the family members of Deirdre Jacob, Fiona Sinnott and Cathal O'Brien, who have not given up the search for their loved ones.
Mary Coughlan will also be providing some musical entertainment on the show.
The Late Late Show airs on RTÉ One on Friday at 9.35pm.