Tis a mixed bag for ye if you're staying in this Saturday night. Ray's main guest against the wall of lights tonight is Anne Doyle, which - it has to be said - we miss hugely. For those of you who just remember her as the stoically faced reader of the 9pm news, she is a quick-witted and incredibly wry creature and is sure to have D'Arcy on his toes. She is on the show to discuss what she's been up to since she departed the RTE Newsroom (no doubt kicking her heels up with a glass of something bubbly) as well as her discuss her interest in the 1916 rising.

From the 1916 Rising to the world to YouTube vlogging; Ray will also be having the chats with Riyadh Khalaf, Melanie Murphy and Clare Cullen, and hopefully he'll learn what it takes to generate a viral You Tube hit. Namely timing, game-for-a-laugh parents, timing, luck, and timing. It's a magical mix few manage to nail but these lads consistently have. 

Ross O’Carroll Kelly author Paul Howard will tell Ray all about his comic creation’s latest exploits in his new book Seedless in Seattle, while we'll be treated to music from another net sensation - Áine Cahill - who's song Black Dahlia propelled her to fame after an appearance on the Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show. 

Have a gander below.