Not heading out to enjoy silly season tonight? If you're looking for something to watch, Colin Farrell is among the guests on tonight's Late Late Show.
Check out the full line-up:
Colin Farrell will join host Ryan Tubridy on Friday's show. The actor works closely with DEBRA Ireland, a charity providing support to patients and families living with the debilitating skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Colin and EB sufferer Emma Fogarty join Ryan Tubridy to discuss what it’s like to live with the condition, and how their friendship has blossomed through their work with the charity.
Why does #ColinFarrell have a new tattoo? Text BUTTERFLY to 50300 to donate €4 to DEBRA Ireland. (Text costs €4. DEBRA Ireland will receive a minimum of €3.60. Service Provider: LIKE CHARITY. Helpline: 076 6805278) https://t.co/FdwSGTJFGL #SeeMeNotEB #CureEB pic.twitter.com/yKK5I9HNsI
— DEBRA Ireland (@debraireland) October 19, 2018
Morning Ireland presenter Bryan Dobson will be live in studio with Ryan to take a look back at some of the images which best represent the stand-out news stories of 2018.
Ryan will be getting some last minute Christmas tips from some of Ireland’s food and drink experts.
The panel includes Currabinny's James Kavanagh and William Murray, pig farmer Ivan Belton, butcher Clive Clarke and a master brewer from the Artisan Brew Academy in Dublin.
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OH MAH GAD ✨ We’ve just left the @anpost_irishbookawards Shortlist Ceremony and have found out The @currabinny Cookbook has been nominated for Irish Cookbook of the Year 😱 Cannot begin to even slightly cope. We’re amongst amazing food writers too, which makes it all the more surreal. If you like our book, we’d be v grateful for your vote - the link is in my bio 💗 #CurrabinnyCookbook #AnPostIBAS
In 2016, Derek O’Connor lost his wife Maeve to bowel cancer. Derek joins Ryan to chat about grief and dealing with the death of his wife in the run up to Christmas.
Ryan will also be joined by Brendan Grace for a look back at his career to date as he nears fifty years in showbiz.
Finally, there’ll be music from the Palestrina Choir, and John Gibbons featuring Nina Nesbitt.
The Late Late Show airs on RTE One from 9.35pm on Friday December 21st.
If the Late Late isn't for you, check out what's new to Netflix this month here.