Grohl is a guest on the day when his band’s new album, Medicine at Midnight, is released. The Foo Fighters frontman will discuss his memories of Nirvana’s iconic August 1991 show in Cork, headlining Slane Castle in 2015, and his discovery that all Irish women look like his mother.
Host Ryan Tubridy will also speak to Lynsey Bennett, the 32-year-old mother-of-two from Longford, who this week settled her CervicalCheck High Court action.
PE teacher Emer O’Neill will talk about her role as the new múinteoir on RTÉ’s Home School Hub, her plans to keep children moving, the importance of diversity on Irish television, and her experiences of racist abuse.
Following the breakout success of the Jerusalema Challenge video made by gardaí, the Late Late has promised it has “a special number in store that viewers won’t want to miss”.
There’s an encore on the way
Singer-songwriter Ronan Keating will join the show to discuss the new addition to his family, and the challenges and rewards of making music over the past year.
For sports fans, Sportsfile’s Ray McManus will present a selection of images from A Season of Sundays, a look back at the 2020 GAA season, as captured by some of Ireland’s best sports photographers.
The story of the 2020 season in pictures
Music on the night will come from The Riptide Movement, performing their anthem It All Works Out.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9:35pm