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04th Dec 2020

Here are the line-ups for tonight’s Graham Norton and Late Late Show

Rory Cashin

One of our new heroes from The Late Late Toy Show will be back again this week!

Lots of options for your Friday night, including brand new movies in the cinema (all about that here), but for anyone who thought The Late Late Show couldn’t get any better after last week’s Toy Show, you’ll be happy to hear that one of our new heroes from the show will be returning…

The Late Late Show – RTE One – 9.35pm

As we previously reported, Ryan will be joined by six-year-old NASA enthusiast Adam King this week, after he stole all of our hearts on last week’s Toy Show, and they’ll be joined by famed astronaut Chris Hadfield to have an on-air discussion about space and working for NASA!

GAA President John Horan and sports broadcaster Damien Lawlor will be on the show to discuss the end to a year in sport that will forever go down in history.

President Michael D Higgins, U2 bassist Adam Clayton, and many more will all be taking part in a tribute of the talents of Sharon Shannon, while Gary Barlow will be performing his new single on the Late Late Show this week, and will likely discuss his appearance on the Toy Show last weeek, too.

The Graham Norton Show – BBC One – 11.15pm

Yet another stacked week over on Graham’s show, as he’ll be joined by Stephen Fry, who is discussing his new book Troy, a retelling of the ancient Greek myth.

Mean Girl star Amanda Seyfriend will also be on the show, discussing her new Hollywood drama Mank, directed by David Fincher, which has been added to Netflix this weekend, and we reviewed right here.

Michael J. Fox will chat to Graham about his memoir No Time Like The Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality, as well as his movie career and being an activist and raising awareness around Parkinson’s disease.

TV chef Jamie Oliver will be on hand to discuss his new book 7 Ways, which is all about breathing new life into old meals, while music will be supplied by the one and only Dolly Parton!

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