This week's Late Late Show line-up has been revealed, with Irish athletics champion Sonia O'Sullivan among the guests.
The former World Champion and Olympian and her daughter Sophie will be joining host Ryan Tubridy to talk about Sophie's silver medal success at the European Under 18 Championships in Hungary earlier this year.
They will chat about the win and Sophie's plans for following in her mum's footsteps.
After a seven year hiatus, Snow Patrol are back with a new album, Wildness, and made a welcome return to Ireland this week with a sold-out concert in Dublin's 3Arena.
They will perform their track What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get, and frontman Gary Lightbody will talk about life back on the road, his new-found love of home and their new album.
Former footballer Tony Cascarino, who represented the Republic of Ireland 88 times throughout his career, has had a successful career in punditry since his retirement. However this was disrutped when doctors discovered he had a golf-ball sized brain tumour, requiring a major operation to remove it.
He will talk to Ryan about his frightening ordeal and how the recovery process is coming along.
As a teenager, Evanna Lynch was catapulted to worldwide fame when she went from her native Termonfeckin to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as Luna Lovegood in the global sensation Harry Potter.
Evanna joins Ryan to chat about her meteoric rise, as well as how it felt to dance her way into the hearts of millions as a finalist on the US version of Dancing With The Stars.
Also coming up, stand-up Jason Byrne will be talking about writing a children's book, there will be comedy from Pat Shortt and music from pop sensation Anne-Marie, and The Three Amigos.
Watch The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, December 14th at 9.35pm