Another Friday, another Late Late Show. So who will be out in RTE tonight to have the chats with good old Tubbers?

Well first up, it's Kat and Alfie, innit. Eastenders stars Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie are in town at the moment rehearsing for the Bord Gais production of The Perfect Murder, which they star in. They will be chatting to Ryan about Kat and Alfie's turbulent relationship down the years, as well as their upcoming EastEnders spin-off which will be filmed in Ireland.

In a Late Late Show exclusive, businessman and broadcaster Bobby Kerr will give his first interview since announcing his cancer diagnosis. The Insomnia coffee chain founder and former Dragon will break his silence for the first time since revealing on his radio programme in November that he would be temporarily leaving the airwaves having started treatment for cancer of the head and neck.

Following the enormous reaction to her documentary Sugar Crash, Dr Eva Orsmond will be in studio to give us the harsh reality of Ireland’s sugar intake - basically everything is laden with the stuff, it's very disheartening altogether.

Retired athlete David Gillick will be on to chat about life after the track and how he is now forging a new career for himself, which is involved with healthy eating and cooking from what we can see - he did win Celebrity Masterchef Ireland after all.

Following on from the phenomenal success of their appearance on The Late Late Show country special, the 15th most watched programme on Irish television last year, The Three Amigos - Jimmy Buckley, Robert Mizzell and Patrick Feeney - will come together again to perform a special medley and chat with Ryan Tubridy about reuniting and packing out gigs as they take to the road again.

There will also be music from eighties favourites Moving Hearts and former Celtic Woman singer Chloë Agnew.

So now, there you have it. If that doesn't float your boat, you can see what's on The Graham Norton Show here.