There's so much good telly on tonight, that if you have plans, you will be pretty annoyed that you do. Between the Stand Up To Cancer specials on Channel 4, an all female Graham Norton Show and this cracking Late Late Show lineup, you won't know what to be watching.

Earlier in the week we were telling you that one of our greatest Hollywood exports Colin Farrell will be on for a chat with Ryan. The actor is in Ireland at the moment for the premiere of his new movie The Lobster, which was filmed in Kerry, so no doubt he will be talking about that as well as his recent role in season two of True Detective.

As well as his good self, the hilarious Pat Shortt will be in fresh from his gig in Vicar Street, to talk about his love of music and the hidden gems he’s uncovered while working on his new series drawn from RTÉ’s music archive.

David Walsh will be on the show, who of course is the famous Irish journalist who exposed notorious drug cheat Lance Armstrong. A story that will be told in upcoming Hollywood flick The Program, where Walsh is played by Chris O'Dowd.

As well as that, controversial UKIP leader Nigel Farage will be telling viewers why he fears immigration and Islam. He will be sharing his views on how the West should be tackling the growing threat from Isis as well as talking about wanting Britain out of Europe now and why Irish people should be rowing in behind him.

While rugby star Gareth Thomas will be on to chat about his role in the Guinness advert that got the nation talking and his decision to come out while still professional.

And finally, Cavan lads The Strypes will also be performing.

So now, not a bad lineup all in all!