This weekend is officially the last weekend before December kicks off and all the festivities that come with it begin, so you may just want to have a quiet night in front of the box to moan about who is on The Late Late Show tonight. You love it really.

So who will we be moaning about tonight?

It's only wee Daniel O'Donnell. The Donegal crooner will be on the show after taking an 18-month break from touring and will be chatting to Ryan about returning to the stage again, filming his RTÉ Christmas special and travelling around Ireland with wife Majella for another series of their B&B Road trip.

Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop will join Ryan to chat about how it was Ireland that gave him his first big break in television with appearances on The Panel and The Late Late Show.

Also on the show, TV presenter Angela Scanlon will be on talking about her success over in London where she has spent the autumn presenting Robot Wars alongside Dara Ó Briain, and will soon begin a presenting gig on BBC's The One Show.

Crime correspondent Paul Williams will be in to talk about the escalating gangland warfare in Dublin and will be telling us why things have gotten much worse in the 20 years since Veronica Guerin’s death shocked the nation.

As the Marie Keating Foundation launches a new exhibition aimed at raising awareness of prostate cancer among Irish men, we’ll be hearing from three who have survived the disease – rugby player Tony Ward, GAA manager Sean Boylan and newsreader Michael Murphy. They’ll be sharing their personal stories of their, sometimes harrowing, battle against cancer and telling us why men need to get wise about their health and get themselves checked.

Finally, there will be music from Gavin James and of course Daniel will be performing a number or two.