A nice enough lineup on tonight's Late Late Show.
Actor Colm Meaney will be on chatting about his upcoming movie, The Journey, where he plays the late Martin McGuinness, while he will hopefully talk about some of his most famous roles to date, including Miles O'Brien in Star Trek and of course in Roddy Doyle's Barrytown Trilogy - The Snapper, The Commitments and The Van.
Also chatting to Ryan tonight will be the Queen of the Liberties herself, Imelda May, with a brand new album and a new look to go with it, while she will also be performing a couple of songs too.
TV presenter Kathryn Thomas and former international footballer Kevin Kilbane will be on talking about a recent experiment they tried where they took to the streets of Dublin in wheelchairs with one mission – to get from A to B in the shortest time possible. What they discovered really opened their eyes about the realities of just how inaccessible Ireland’s streets are for wheelchair users. They will be sharing their experiences alongside wheelchair user Stephen Cluskey who will fill viewers in on the practical difficulties he, and other wheelchair users, face on a daily basis.
Finally, it wouldn't be a Late Late Show without a farmyard animal of some sort, so we will be meeting the world’s smallest cow and calf. Sounds kind of adorable in fairness.
Catch The Late Late Show tonight on RTE1 at 9.35pm, but as if you needed us to tell you that.