It's business as usual once more this week on The Late Late Show after all the excitement of last week's Toy Show, and it's not a bad line-up either.
Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson will be joining Ryan to talk about her return to the kitchen and life as one of the world’s most famous cooks.
Bob Geldof will be on for the first time since the tragic death of his daughter Peaches and discusses his decision to open up about his grief. He's later joined by The Boomtown Rats to celebrate the iconic band’s 40th anniversary with a very special performance.
Pantomime dame Lolly Polly, aka Al Porter, will bring her particular brand of comic mayhem to the Late Late studio.
While more music will be provided by rising star Gavin James who will perform ‘Bitter Pill’.
Last but certainly not least, the one and only wee Daniel O'Donnell will be in studio to perform a track from his latest album celebrating the works of Hank Williams.