The Late Late Show tonight has loads of great guests such as with Dermot Bannon, CJ Stander and Crona, Suzy Byrne and more.
Busy show on Friday for our penultimate show of the season!
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✨Crona and Suzy Byrne
✨Carers Katie Healy-Nolan & Nina Fitzpatrick
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Room to Improve architect Dermot Bannon, who has roots in Waterford, joins Ryan Tubridy to discuss his new upcoming series focussing on tiny homes. He will also discuss the housing crisis and possible solutions to correct the dysfunction.
After nine years of playing professional rugby in Ireland, CJ Stander announced he was leaving Irish shores. He reflects on his two wins against the All Blacks, a Grand Slam, a British and Irish Lions tour, as well as his star performances for Munster.
Jamie and Georgie Crawford will speak about facing adversity after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) and breast cancer.
Crona and Suzy Byrne will chat about growing up as the daughters of Gay Byrne, Ireland's most prominent broadcaster. They'll talk about their father's friendship with them and how they've dealt with it since his death in November of this year.
Michael Moloney will be talking to Ryan about his music career. With over a million views of his debut performance with Dermot Kennedy on the Late Late Toy Show.
Ryan will speak with two women, Katie Healy-Nolan and Nina Fitzpatrick, who care for children with disabilities full-time in a year where lockdown brought people a brief glimpse of what everyday life is like for carers of disabled people.
James Vincent McMorrow will perform the song from his brand-new single Paradise.