Your Honor and Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston will be among Ryan Tubridy's guests on Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One.
Cranston will discuss his Golden Globe nomination for new show Your Honor, the differences between great TV and filmmaking, and his greatest roles to date.
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Singer Lesley Roy saw her Eurovision hopes dashed with the cancellation of last year's song contest. But the Dubliner is back to represent Ireland this year and will give her debut performance of Ireland's 2021 Eurovision entry, Maps, on The Late Late Show. She will also talk about her hopes for glory in Rotterdam this May.
In another Eurovision treat, former winners Linda Martin, Niamh Kavanagh, Charlie McGettigan and Paul Harrington will be in studio for some very special musical performances, and to remember those iconic victories and moments.
In a case that has attracted global attention, Mary Robinson became embroiled in an international incident when she visited Dubai in 2018 and was photographed with Princess Latifa. At the time of her visit, Mary Robinson believed that the Princess was being cared for by her family. On The Late Late Show tonight, the former President will tell the full story of how she now believes she was "horribly tricked".
Irish Paralympic athletes Ellen Keane, Colin Judge, Nicola Turner and Martin Gordon, and John Fulham, President of Paralympics Ireland, will discuss their hopes for Tokyo this summer and the challenges of training for a worldwide stage in the midst of a pandemic.
The past year has shone a light on the vital importance of press photography in documenting unprecedented times, and Crispin Rodwell, President of the Press Photographers' Association of Ireland (PPAI), will present a selection of images from this year's PPAI Awards. The overall Press Photographer of the Year will be announced live on air.
"[We've] A very positive Late Late Show for you tomorrow night, I must say, great colour," Tubridy said on his RTÉ Radio 1 show on Thursday.
"And, of course, we're going Eurovision mad tomorrow night. There will be a lot of music.
"Tomorrow night, you should dress up a little bit for The Late Late Show, have a bit of fun, make it a point. Have a few glasses of, you know, Ribena, or whatever the hell you're having yourself!"
More guests will be revealed on Friday.
The Late Late Show, Friday, RTÉ One, 9:35pm