This week’s The Late Late Show is set to be a star-studded event, featuring Oscar winners, national rugby champions and even Miss Ireland.
Scar Winner Brenda Fricker will chat with Ryan Tubridy about her Holding series, which is based on Graham Norton’s debut novel and recently aired its final episode. She will also talk about working on her new memoir and how her dog Juno is helping her make money.
Next up are Mrs Brown’s Boys actress Fiona O’Carroll and former Miss Ireland Pamela Uba, who will talk about why they signed up for this year’s Last Hell Week: The Professionals and how they’ve come to terms with it. his fear.
Ryan will also meet the Irish Rugby Sevens, which beat Australia to bronze at last weekend’s World Cup in Cape Town.
Una Leonard, celebrity baker and owner of 2210 Patisserie in Mullingar, will tell The Late Late Show host how baking saved her life after a difficult time – helping She created a hugely successful business and even landed a book deal.
Historian Michael B. Barry and photographer John O’Byrne will also appear to present their new book The Irish Civil War in color. They will bring with them a series of color-corrected photographs from the book, telling the story of the Irish Civil War in a way never before seen.
Indie rock band Mullingar The Academic will also perform their new song Don’t Take it Personally.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/television/tv-news/late-late-show-line-up-brenda-fricker-pamela-uba-and-irelands-rugby-sevens-team-on-the-couch-this-week-41991703.html Late lineup: Brenda Fricker, Pamela Uba and Ireland’s Rugby Sevens on the bench this week