Dara Ó Briain and Marty Morrissey are among the guests on this week's Late Late Show.
One of Ireland's most popular comedians Ó Briain will drop in this week to talk about his current comedy tour So...Where Were We? and the joy of being back on stage after two years of pacing the house.
Marty Morrissey will join Ryan to discuss why this year is a major experiment for the GAA and he’ll also be thanking the clubs and counties around the country for their overwhelming support following the passing of his late mother Peggy.
Johnny Logan will perform live on The Late Late Show to mark the first anniversary of the passing of Shay Healy.
And Ryan will be chatting to three Irish CODAs (children of deaf adults) - Declan Buckley, Amanda Coogan and Shane O'Reilly - about the very positive impact growing up the children of deaf adults have had on their lives.
Having shot to Late Late Toy Show fame in 2012, then going on later to star in Sing Street and featuring in the Best film Oscar-winning film CODA, 22-year-old Wicklow-native Ferdia Walsh-Peelo will chat to Ryan about his career and what is next on the horizon.
Ferdia will also perform on the show with his new band 'The Fynches' live this Friday night.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, Friday, April 8th at 9:35pm