On tomorrow's Late Late Show, host Ryan Tubridy will be joined by former Ireland captain and Munster rugby star, Paul O'Connell.
Paul will discuss homeschooling his children, taking time out, and why the charity Barnardos needs more help than ever.
Ryan will also be catching up with iconic Irish actor Colm Meaney about life away from home during the coronavirus crisis.
Mr Meaney will also discuss his new TV series, 'Gangs of London' in which he plays a violent gangster whose death ignites a mafia war.
The Chief Medical Officer, Tony Holohan will also be live in studio, to give viewers the most up to date information on what's been achieved so far and what lies ahead for Ireland as regards the covid-19 crisis.
Mr Holohan he will also tell pay tribute to Ireland's frontline staff, and will talk of his own recent personal experience of the health service.
Ryan will also be catching up with Hollywood actor and comedian, Ricky Gervais, who will discuss his thoughts on the current restrictions and how America has responded to the crisis thus far.
Joining Ryan on the #LateLate tomorrow night! @Paul_OConnell, @SamanthaJPower, Colm Meaney, @rickygervais, & @CMOIreland. Plus a special performance from Danny O'Reilly. All that & more from 9.35pm 📺 pic.twitter.com/mzuEVWb18T— The Late Late Show (@RTELateLateShow) April 16, 2020
Samantha Power, former adviser to Barack Obama will also chat to Ryan from her home in the US about her experience of the pandemic.
Singer/Songwriter, Danny O'Reilly is tomorrow's musical guest.
He will chat about his band's plans following the current pandemic, why The Coronas plan to keep their name, and share his longstanding personal support for Barretstown Children's Charity.
Finally, former Mayo football star David Brady will tell Ryan why he's phoning people cocooning for a chat about GAA and how he plans to encourage other sports stars to do the same.