Don’t miss the first Late Late Show of 2022 – live from RTE Studio 4, as the iconic show prepares to mark its 60th anniversary later this year.
RTÉ stalwart Charlie Bird has been candid about his recent Motor Neuron Disease diagnosis, and tomorrow evening, Charlie will be back in studio, with Ryan Tubridy and a cast of willing volunteers to launch the inaugural “Climb with Charlie” event. Charlie, along with Vicky Phelan, hopes to inspire thousands of Irish people to climb Croagh Patrick and other peaks around the country (and across the world!) on April 2nd next. We’ll have all the details about how you can get ready for the challenge in the twelve weeks between now and then and how to register for the Croagh Patrick event. We’ll hear from Charlie, Vicky, Mary McAleese, Davy Fitzgerald, Baz Ashmawy, Joanna Donnelly, Dr Harry Barry, Dermot Bannon, Karl Henry and many, many more who are throwing their full support behind the epic climb. Ní neart go cur le chéile, so come along and get involved at your own pace.
Leitrim actor and writer Seamus O’Rourke, beloved by Late Late Show audiences, will be giving us his inimitable take on “new year, new you”, while comedian Jason Byrne will be giving us all a laugh through his trials and tribulations of the last year.
We’ll be showcasing the magnificent music of the Beatles with stunning performances by Niamh Farrell and Somebody’s Child.
And we may even get to have a look inside Bosco‘s box…All will be revealed!
Join us Friday night, 9.35pm on RTÉ One, straight after the Nine O’Clock News.