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You'll Either Be Happy Or Pissed Off To See This Controversial Irish Guest On Friday's Late Late Show

By Darragh Berry

November 1, 2018 at 4:33pm

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Not stirring on Friday night?

No problem, you'll have Ryan Tubridy, his in-house band and a whole host of guests to keep you company.

And you'll either love or hate the first person on the list.

Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson will join Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy on Friday night.

The former Irish President will talk about why we are at a crucial juncture in the battle to save the planet. She will also give Ryan her take on where she sees Ireland today and what is next for the country.

She is followed by the highly controversial, Peter Casey who came second to Michael D. Higgins, receiving over 340,000 votes.

Ryan will find out how it felt to be the standout story of the campaign, why he is standing by his controversial comments on the Travelling community, and what lies ahead for the former Dragon.

Leaving Limerick for Detroit to pursue a career in the harsh world of professional boxing is no mean feat, but it’s the path that former world middleweight champion Andy Lee took with gusto.

It was confirmed that Jennifer Zamparelli will put her best foot forward as co-presenter of hit series, Dancing with the Stars and she'll be in studio to chat about that.

Economist David McWilliams is on the couch to discuss his new book: Renaissance Nation and there'll also be music from The Blizzards and Phil Coulter.

The Late Late Show will be on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.

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