Another Friday, another Late Late Show, but if you have been following the horrendous scandal of the Tuam babies, and let's face it, who hasn't, you will want to see Ryan's interview tonight with historian Catherine Corless, without whom this discovery may never have come about.
Catherine will be talking to Ryan about why she was so determined to get to the truth despite meeting road blocks on every corner from people who doubted her claims. Catherine will also be joined in studio by survivors of the Mother and Baby homes.
Also on The Late Late Show tonight, as Irish racing fans prepare to decamp to Cheltenham for the week, one of Ireland’s most successful trainers Ted Walsh will be in studio to chat about his legendary career and give viewers his hot tips for the upcoming festival.
Mentalist Keith Barry will also be on the show to mess with everyone's head with his impressive array of mind tricks.
Ryan will also chat to three people featuring in an upcoming documentary Autism And Me, they are; autism rights advocate and AsIAm founder Adam Harris, 11-year-old Hughie Malone, and Niamh Biddulph.
Ryan also chats to three young Irish female farmers - Karen Elliffe, Danielle Stewart and Ashleigh Fennell - as figures have shown more women are studying agriculture in college.
Music then will be provided by The Blades and Áine Cahill.
Catch The Late Late Show tonight on RTE1 at 9.35pm.