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This week's The Late Late Show line up..

To Whom it Concerns, on this Friday night’s Late Late Show

Hollywood actor Richard E. Grant will be live in studio to chat about his memoir A Pocketful of Happiness. Richard lost his wife of 34 years Joan to cancer and describes the sadness and rawness that a terminal illness brings to a family. It’s a love story that spans the early days of their relationship when Richard was a waiter to the highs of being nominated for an Oscar.

Sing Street star Jack Reynor on being thrust into worldwide fame at just 21 years old, his new Prime Video show The Peripheral and why he will never swap beautiful Blessington for the Hollywood Hills.

Comedian and broadcaster PJ Gallagher will discuss his personal story of mental illness and why he wants to share his experience after a stay in hospital earlier this year saved his life.

From life in a refugee camp in Iraq to hurling in Croke Park for Leitrim, Zak Moradi will discuss the power of sport and the importance of community.

Ryan will meet some of the remarkable children together with their mothers and fathers who communicate through Lámh, a manual sign language, and are taking part in a landmark children’s television programme on RTÉjr called Dizzy Deliveries.

There will be music from cutting-edge rapper Malaki performing his new single while Susan O’Neill returns with a song from her current EP.

And, on your marks, get set…calling all big kids, a very special not-to-missed Late Late Toy Show update will be announced on Friday night’s show.

Tune in to RTÉ ONE this Friday at 9.35pm for the Late Late Show.

Slán go fóill.


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