A very Irish line-up on this week’s Graham Norton Show

A very Irish line-up on this week’s Graham Norton Show

Looking for something to jazz up your dry January?

We’ve may have just the thing.

This week’s (very Irish themed) Graham Norton Show line-up. 

Fresh from his Late Late Show appearance, Ballymena native Liam Neeson will be on the couch chatting to Graham about his new action movie, The Commuter.

Derry’s very own, Jamie Dornan will also be dropping by to talk about the latest Fifty Shades of Grey instalment, Fifty Shades Freed and Helen Mirren will be telling us all about her new horror film, Winchester.

Finally, 21-year-old Norwegian singer will be performing her hit, Strangers.

If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, The Late Late will be celebrating 30 years of Aslan’s iconic album Feel No Shame over on RTÉ One. 

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