It’s a pretty impressive line-up.
Hollywood leading man Seth Rogen, relatives of the victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre and a couple of hopeful teenage entrepreneurs will be guests on Friday’s episode of The Late Late Show.
Star of comedies like Bad Neighbours, Knocked Up and The Interview, Rogen will be appearing on the show to promote his autobiography Yearbook.
The actor and producer will talk to Tubridy about the new book, getting to meet his heroes and how one of his comedies nearly started World War III.
After a coroner’s report found all 10 victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre “entirely innocent” this week, some of their relatives will speak with Tubridy about the long road to this point and what they feel UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson must do next.
After making headlines last month, when they had to take their case to court to avoid mandatory hotel quarantine with their eight-day-old baby Theo, Mark and Sinead Gallagher-Hedderman will share their experiences with surrogacy.
To mark the 30th anniversary of Alan Parker’s iconic adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s novel The Commitments, a supergroup – including West End star Killian Donnelly and Eurovision winner Niamh Kavanagh – will perform its soundtrack’s songs on the programme.
On top of all this, The Late Late Show will also be showcasing some innovative inventions made by teen entrepreneurs for The Student Enterprise Awards
You can watch The Late Late Show on RTÉ One on Friday, 14 May at 9.35pm.