A Bond, one of the biggest popstars of the last 20 years, an Irish rugby legend in the making and a bona fide Channel 4 funnyman. What is this, 'The Graham Norton Show'?
Tonight's 'Late Late Show' is chock full of talent as Ryan Tubridy keeps us company as we kick start the Bank Holiday weekend with none other than Sir Roger Moore. Yes, 007 himself will be gracing us with anecdotes from his 89 years on the planet tonight, and you just know there's got to be at least one whopper of a story in there.
Also joining Ryan is Robbie Williams who we all know is good for a crazy story after that appearance on Graham Norton at the start of the month. He'll be chatting to Ryan about fatherhood, life in LA out of the spotlight and performing his latest song also.
Ireland and Leinster out-half Johnny Sexton will be talking to Tubs about what it’s like to occupy one of the highest of high-pressure positions in Irish sport and why he decided to move back to the Emerald Isle from France. He’ll also be filling us in on Ireland’s chances as they face off against the impenetrable All Blacks again.
Chatty man Alan Carr is next on the guestlist and will be talking about how he became one of the most famous comedians in Britain, what it was like to encounter the whirlwind that is the Kardashians on his Channel 4 show and his impending nuptials.
Rounding out the show, because it's 'The Late Late Show', will be Dáithí Ó Sé, Maura Derrane and Hector Ó hEochagáin celebrating 20 years of TG4, hypnotist Keith Barry will be trying some 'magic' on the audience (because Halloween) and music will be provided by Declan O’Rourke.
See? Jam-packed. It's definitely one worth staying in and staying up for.