If you are planning on spending a chill night in this Saturday then Ray D'Arcy has plenty to keep you entertained.
One of the most well-known faces of British news, Kay Burley will be taking a look back at the highs and lows of her 30-year career.
As the face of Sky News, Burley has seen plenty in her time and she is going to give her perspective on some of the biggest stories of the day.
New Irish horror film, The Hole in the Ground, has been wowing audiences across the festival circuit winning rave reviews at Sundance.
Actor Seána Kerslake and 10-year-old newcomer James Quinn Markey will be filling Ray in on what it was like to work on what has been called the "best horror film of all time".
The film follows Sarah (Kerslake) as she tries to build a new life in a backwood rural town with her son Chris (Markey).
But a terrifying encounter with a neighbour shatters Sarah's hopes for a quiet life and sends her into a spiral of paranoia and mistrust.
She tries to figure out if the disturbing changes in her son are linked to the ominous sinkhole near their home.
With two decades in comedy under her belt, Katherine Lynch is on hand to provide the laughs.
Lynch will be dishing all the goss from backstage on the Menopause the Musical tour.
We have no doubt that there are plenty of NSFW tales to be told of what goes on between Lynch and her co-stars Cheryl Fergison, Maureen Nolan and Rebecca Wheatley.
Offaly model Oisin Murphy made headlines last summer when he was featured in Paris Vogue decked out in a full hurling kit.
The picture went viral on social media and was a huge boost for the Birr native's career.
Oisin will be joined on the couch by his brother Ronan, who is also a successful international model.
The pair will reveal what life is like appearing in high-profile magazines and walking the catwalks in fashion capitals such as Milan and Paris.
Now that Dry January is over, Ray will be talking to people about their experience being off the drink for the month.
Did it have a lasting effect on how they will consume alcohol in the future? Is it something they will try again? Or has it inspired them to stay off alcohol altogether?