Line-ups for tonight's night in with Ryan and Graham revealed
Ryan Tubridy will be joined by music legends Barry Gibb and Dolly Parton on Friday's Late Late Show on RTÉ One.
The stars will discuss their decades at the top of the industry, and why they have teamed up for a brand-new album.
In honour of Barry Gibb's appearance on the Late Late, a special Bee Gees musical medley will be performed on the show.
Dolly Parton will be back for more fun on Friday night, having appeared on The Late Late Show Country Music Christmas Special in December
Eve Hewson will be appearing to talk about her new Netflix thriller series Behind her Eyes, and her experience of growing up in Ireland as daughter of U2's Bono.
Talented swimmer Trish Kearney was just 13-years-old when she first encountered George Gibney. Then a swimming coach, Gibney went on to sexually abuse her for years. Gibney later avoided trial in Ireland on 27 counts of indecent assault and unlawful carnal knowledge of young Irish swimmers and lives freely in the US. On The Late Late Show, Trish Kearney tells her story.
Actor and comedian Pat Shortt and his daughter Faye Shortt will talk about teaming up together as a comedy duo, while vintage expert and Irish Pickers star Ian Dowling will be in studio to present a treasure trove of salvage items he has found.
Friday, February 19 at 9.30pm.
Meanwhile over on BBC1 at the guests have been revealed for this week's Graham Norton Show.
On tonight’s show Graham welcomes Oscar-nominated British star Rosamund Pike, top TV chef Gordon Ramsay, Downton star Hugh Bonneville, Welsh rugby great Gareth Thomas, comedian and presenter Judi Love, and singer songwriters Ella Henderson and Tom Grennan.
Rosamund Pike joins Graham from Prague to chat about moving to a new city, playing the villain in her new comedy thriller ‘I Care a Lot’, and learning another language during lockdown.
Gordon Ramsey talks about hosting the new BBC quiz show ‘Bank Balance’, and the state and fate of the restaurant industry, while Hugh Bonneville joins Graham from home to chat about playing Roald Dahl in new film ‘To Olivia’, working alongside Keeley Hawes, and whether there will be another Downton movie.
Friday, February 19 at 10.45pm.