- 03 Apr 20
Miriam O'Callaghan will once again fill in for regular host Ryan Tubridy.
After making history as the first woman to host The Late Late Show last week, Miriam O'Callaghan returns to our televisions tonight – filling in once again for Ryan Tubridy, who confirmed this week that he had tested positive for Covid-19.
Tonight, a star-studded line-up of guests are set to join O'Callaghan on the show, including Laura Whitmore and Gavin James.
Other guests include English fitness coach, author and TV presenter Joe Wicks, whose workout videos have been watched by millions in recent weeks. He will talk about the importance of exercise during this time, as well as his decision to donate the revenue from ads on his YouTube channel to the NHS.
John Sheahan, the last surviving member of the definitive line-up of the Dubliners, will talk about about his experiences with cocooning, while country singer Philomena Begley will discuss how she's been coping in Co. Tyrone.
CEO of ALONE Sean Moynihan will be in the studio to discuss the notable increase in calls to the service by elderly members of the community who are living alone. Gavin James, who is an ambassador for ALONE, will perform a number of songs in studio – inviting viewers to donate to the charity.
Laura Whitmore, meanwhile, will be speaking to O'Callaghan from her home in London.
Michael Prendergast, a 28-year-old from Kerry, will be discussing his experience of being hospitalised with Covid-19, and his subsequent recovery.
Watch The Late Late Show tonight, April 3, on RTÉ One at 9.35pm.