Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill and music legend Tom Jones will be among Ryan Tubridy's guests on Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One.
Michelle O'Neill is making her first visit to The Late Late Show. She will discuss how becoming a mother aged 16 changed her life, her hopes for post-Brexit Ireland, the ongoing controversy around her attendance at Bobby Storey's funeral, and her relationship with First Minister Arlene Foster.
Music legend Tom Jones will be giving an exclusive performance on The Late Late Show with his take on a Bob Dylan classic, One More Cup of Coffee, from his new album Surrounded by Time. He will also be joining host Ryan Tubridy for an interview on his RTÉ Radio 1 show earlier in the day.
Jamie Wall, who in 2014 was a promising dual GAA star, will talk about the day that his life took a turn, and how he adjusted to paralysis and went on to manage his home club to victory.
Tolu Ibikunle, Susan Ilesanmi and Okefe Afe, three of the Dubliners who shot to fame on TikTok with their viral accents video, will be in studio.
Úna Ring and Eve McDowell, who were both subjected to terrifying stalking ordeals, will speak about their campaign to have a specific offence of stalking introduced with longer sentences for the crime.
Plus, Villagers will give an exclusive performance of brand-new single The First Day from new album Fever Dreams.
The Late Late Show, Friday, RTÉ One, 9:35pm