The Late Late Show is back in full swing, but after a cracking opening show lineup, can tonight's follow suit? Well, there's no Jamie Dornan or Cillian Murphy, but it should prove for an entertaining show nonetheless.
MMA fans will want to tune in to see Conor McGregor's coach John Kavanagh, who will talk to Ryan about himself and Conor's rise to the very pinnacle of the UFC. We'll also see some footage from earlier in the week of when Ryan visited John's Straight Blast Gym in Walkinstown, and took on John in the famed Octagon.
Also on the show, the talented Mario Rosenstock will be in for a chat and a few of those hilarious Gift Grub impressions he is known for.
Marty Morrissey will be in to talk about that emotional speech ahead of the All-Ireland Hurling Final last week, and who he thinks will be taking home the Sam Maguire later this month. Could it be Mayo's year at long last, or will Dublin keep Sam at home for another year?
400-metre hurdler Thomas Barr will be in to talk about just missing out on an Olympic medal in Rio and what his prospects are for Tokyo 2020. The 24-year-old won a lot of fans for his incredible Olympic performance and always comes across as one sound man in every interview.
Irish comedy flick The Young Offenders is looking to be one of the biggest Irish movies of the year, and its stars Alex Murphy and Chris Walley will be in for a chat with Ryan about it.
Finally, there will be music from Dublin duo All Tvvins performing their current single ‘These 4 Words’.
Catch The Late Late Show tonight on RTE1 at 9.35pm.