Ryan Tubridy is back tomorrow night to host the Late Late Show.
He returns to our screens after falling ill with the coronavirus.
He will host a host of stars and artists as well as domestic abuse survivor Jessica Bowes.
She will be joined by a representative from Women's Aid to speak of the dangers people may face at home due to Covid-19 restrictions on movement.
Kellie Harrington, Irish amateur boxer who won the gold medal in the lightweight division at the 2018 Women's World Boxing Championships, will speak about her plans now that the Olympics in Tokyo have been postponed until 2021.
Ryan is back on the #LateLate tomorrow night and joining him on the show are Brendan Gleeson, @Glen_Hansard, Jessica Bowes, @radioleary, @samanthabarry, @amyhuberman, @Kelly64kg and more. Do join us, 9.35pm. pic.twitter.com/yoQSrJ9WHj— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) April 9, 2020
Hollywood actor Brendan Gleeson will also appear.
He will discuss his latest roles and the importance of St. Francis Hospice and what their work has meant to him and to his family.
Viewers of The Late Late Show are in for a treat, as Mr Gleeson will also be giving a rare live musical performance, accompanied by his son Fergus.
Oscar-winning singer-songwriter Glen Hansard is set to appear in support of RTÉ's Covid-19 solidarity campaign: "Shine your Light".
He will be in studio to discuss his participation in the campaign, as well as performing Leave A Light.
Ryan Tubridy will also be talking to presenter Dermot O'Leary, who will discuss how the London-Irish community are responding to the Covid-19 crisis, and why he is happy his own parents are back in Ireland.
Samantha Barry, editor-in-chief at Glamour Magazine, will be speaking from New York, and actress Amy Huberman will chat to Ryan from her home in Dublin.