MMA superstar Conor McGregor joins Ryan Tubridy to discuss new documentary, Notorious which charts his rise from trainee plumber in Crumlin to headlining multi-million dollar fights in Las Vegas.
In the segment, recorded earlier in the week, Conor also chats about becoming a father and using the word f****t in a recent clip that went viral.
In studio, Ryan will speak to Ibrahim Halawa, the young man who spent four years in an Egyptian prison awaiting trial for charges relating to a protest in Cairo. Ibrahim talks about his time in prison and how the support of family helped him
Nigella Lawson drops by to discuss her new cookbook, At My Table, and the joys of simple home cooking. Imelda May will also be on the show to tell Ryan about performing the National Anthem at the big McGregor fight and the new direction she is taking with her career.
Finally, Kieran Fallon will be discussing the nightmare he faced when he was accused of a crime he didn't commit and the lasting impact that period had on his mental health.
An interesting mix of guests and topics rounded out by musical performances from May and The Academic.