Well it's not quite as impressive as last week's star-studded lineup, but sure we couldn't have that every week on The Late Late Show or we would lose the run of ourselves.
First up, we have This Morning and Sky News host Eamonn Holmes who will be in for a chat ahead of going into hospital for a major operation this weekend. He’ll be discussing life as one of Ireland’s most famous exports and celebrating 35 years in the business.
Next up is Corrie star Kym Marsh, who will be chatting about her transformation from Hear’Say singer to one of the nation’s favourite soapstars.
As well as that, controversial GAA pundit Joe Brolly will be on hand to share his take on the upcoming season.
Also on the show is Pat Henry, father of Operation Transformation’s Karl Henry, who will join Ryan to talk about his search for answers after discovering in his late-50s that he is adopted.
Singer-songwriter Ralph McTell will chat about the inspiration for his enduring hits ‘Streets of London’ and ‘From Clare to Here’ and why, after nearly 50 years in the business, his passion for music is as strong as ever.
Ralph will be performing alongside the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, while there will also be music from John Grant and Walking on Cars.