Tonight's Late Late Show is all about the Olympics

The Late Late Show

Tonight's Late Late Show is the last in this series and its has a great line up for all the sporting fans out there, with guests such as Katie Taylor, Sonia O'Sullivan and Tricia Herbele just to name a few.


As we enter the final weeks before the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, Ryan will be joined by Irelands olympic team. Athletes including Brendan Irvine (flyweight boxer), Natalya Coyle (modern pentathlon), Nhat Hguyen (badminton), and Rhys McClenaghan (gymnast) and Aoife Cooke (marathon runner) will be on the show to discuss their Olympics journey so far.


Katie Taylor the undisputed World Lightweight Champion, Olympic Gold medallist and 5 time World Amateur Champion will be joining Ryan. She will discuss her career in sport and  her preparation for Tokyo 2021.

It's been 21 years since Sonia O'Sullivan brought home an olympic silver at Sydney 2000. She will be on the show discussing her win and her sporting career from her new home in the America.

Peter Sherrard, CEO of the Olympic Federation Ireland and Trica Heberle, Chef de Mission Team Ireland, will be in studio to discuss the unprecedented challenges faced to get to the Olympic Games this year.

The Late Late Toy Show star Adam King returns to the show with his family. They have news and a gift from a very important person which was hand-delivered to their home, in Cork.

After the success of the recent Commitments music feature, The Late Late Show Soul Band is back, fronted by Lucia Evans, the band will treat us to some brilliant live music.

Watch The Late Late Show tonight on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.