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The Late Late show is celebrating 30 years of The Commitments

Tonight on the late late show Ryan will be talking to The Student Enterprise Awards finalists, Hollywood actor Seth Rogen, the relatives victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre and new parents Sinead and Mark Gallagher-Hedderman. There will also be a special performance to celebrate 30 years of The Commitments.


The comedian and actor Seth Rogen will be on the show tonight to discuss his new book. He will talk about why you should always be careful about meeting your heroes, and how one of his movies nearly started a world war.


Last month a Portmarnock couple fought in court to quarantine at home with their new baby. Sinead and Mark Gallagher-Hedderman traveled to the Ukraine to meet their new child Theo who was born by a surrogate mother. Four weeks after quarantining at home, they share their story and introduce Ryan to their new baby Theo.

The Student Enterprise Awards highlights hopeful teenage entrepreneurs as they share their innovative ideas that can help make the world a little bit better. Ryan will talk to these inspiring young people aim to revolutionise how we organise our fridge to a game-changer in how we tag our cattle. Tonight show will also showcase some of this year's 24,000 entries from across Ireland. Hopefully we'll see some Waterford schools represented.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Commitments, Ryan will be joined by the band to perform the greatest songs from the soundtrack to the 1991 film. Westend star Killian Donnelly and Eurovision winner, Niamh Kavanagh will have a special performance of music from the film for us.

It's been almost 50 years since the Ballymurphy Massacre occured. Relatives of the 10 innocent victims will share their stories.

about their quest for justice and what they believe UK can do to repair the irreversible damage that was inflicted on these families.

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