It's the biggest annual event on Irish television and it's back to reveal this year's most talked about toys, tested by kids from all around the country. Last year's Toy Story themed Toy Show proved to be hugely popular with children and adults alike. This year promises to be just as exciting with a host of kids lining up to test toys, and a load of Billy Barries ready to kick up their heels onstage. As has become customary, Ryan Tubridy will sport a lovely festive jumper in hopefully a plum hue, and will also be joined by some extra special guests on the night - like Union J off the X Factor. If you fancy a sneak peak at this year's Shrek themed set, Tubridy gives us a tour over in our TV News section.
The Late Late Toy Show. RTE1: 9.35pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:51 | Friday 30th November 2012 | TV Highlights
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Ryan makes for uncomfortable viewing at the best of times. He makes the toy show unbearable to watch so once again RTE no thank you.Posted 16:25 | Fri 30th Nov 2012
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