The referendum to repeal the eighth amendment is the talk of the country at the moment but we we weren't expecting The Late Late Show to be the first to hold a major debate on the topic. However given the viewership on it, it's probably one of the most efficient ways of getting information out there.

Representatives of the Together For Yes and LoveBoth campaigns will be in studio to put their cases forward for the repeal or retention of Article 40.3.3 of the Constitution.

Ryan Tubridy will be helming the debate and will be joined by people who will tell their own personal stories around the issue. The debate will also include questions from invited members of The Late Late Show audience, from both sides of the referendum campaign.

The show won't be all referendum talk though, Ryan will be chatting to Davy Russell about his first ever Grand National win earlier this month.

Ryan will also meet Kerry woman Jessie Buckley who has gone from singing for Andrew Lloyd Webber on I’d Do Anything to taking starring roles in huge television series including Taboo opposite Tom Hardy and the lead role in the BBC’s current adaptation of The Woman in White as well as starring alongside Renée Zellweger in the upcoming Judy Garland biopic.

Debbie McGee will be on the show chatting about reaching the final of Strictly Come Dancing at 59 years old and how appearing on the dancing series has given her a new lease on life following the death of her beloved husband of 28 years, magician Paul Daniels.

Finally, Ryan will be checking out some of the replica cars from famous TV shows featuring in the Listowel History Festival next month while music will be provided by singer-songwriter Miles Graham and Something Happens.

Catch The Late Late Show on RTÉ One at 9.35pm