Author and women's health advocate Vicky Phelan, who has just undergone her first week of experimental cancer treatment in Maryland, will give an update on her progress on tonight's Late Late Show.
RTÉ's Northern Editor Tommie Gorman will join Ryan Tubridy to discuss Covid-19 and the border issue. He will also recall significant moments from his forty years delivering news reports for RTÉ.
Wellerman singer and TikTok sea shanty star Nathan Evans will talk about his speedy rise to fame, which resulted in him leaving his job and landing a record deal in one week.
The Late Late Show will honour this year's Axa Community Heroes, the five finalists who have been helping others and doing it against all odds over the past year.
Shane Carthy was a Dublin football prodigy and a highly-skilled midfielder who was called up by Jim Gavin to become a member of the senior team at the age of 18.
Since his 5th year in school, Shane had been battling with his mental health and experiencing suicidal thoughts. The footballer will speak to Tubridy about how he got through deeply troubling days.
Music on the show comes from Niamh Regan, the RTÉ Choice Music Prize nominee from Galway.
The Late Late Show, Friday, 9.35pm, RTÉ One