This Friday, as Ireland heads into week three of level five lockdown restrictions, The Late Late Show will be dedicated to promoting Irish businesses across various sectors who have had to close their doors and adapt accordingly to survive.
Throughout the show, Irish companies will be showcasing their wares and demonstrating their tenacity and resourcefulness in the face of some of the toughest times in the history of their businesses. The spirit of Irish entrepreneurship will be well and truly on display.
Beyond retail, The Late Late Show will also be highlighting the challenges in the entertainment and music industries.
Singer Niall Horan will speak to Ryan about how the music industry has been affected by Covid shutdowns and what measures are being taken to keep it afloat, while comedian and TV presenter Deirdre O'Kane, will discuss changes in the comedy scene, and new challenges she and other Irish entertainers are facing.
Tomorrow nights #LateLate special is dedicated to promoting Irish businesses across various sectors ??@NiallOfficial will speak about challenges faced in the music industry & @DeirdreOKane1 about the comedy industry.— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) November 5, 2020
(Photo of Ryan and Niall was taken pre-covid) pic.twitter.com/rVLpjeopLM
Plus, experts in specific fields including Diarmuid Gavin, Anna Geary, Kevin Dundon, and Roisin Murphy will showcase some of their favourite businesses from the worlds of outdoor and gardening, sports and fitness, food and beverages, and homeware.
The Late Late Show, November 6, at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.