Here are the guests on this week's Graham Norton and Late Late Show
This will be our second helping of The Late Late Show this week, and Ryan will be focusing on Gay Byrne once again.
Tough decisions to be made tonight, made all the easier by the invention of live-recording, so we'd reckon you'll want to watch one, and then immediately go watch the other one.
First up is The Late Late Show, which starts at 9.35pm on RTÉ One.
After the passing of Gay Byrne earlier this week, there was a special episode of The Late Late Show shown on Tuesday in his memory, and tonight's episode will dedicate another portion of the show to its former host.
On top of that, the guests this week include Samantha Power, who will be talking about her time as a US Ambassador under President Obama, and the impact President Trump has had on the world since he moved into the White House.
Activist Sinéad Burke is discussing her dealings with everyone from Victoria Beckham to Meghan Markle, and her want to create a world in which nobody is excluded.
Tipperary-born entrepreneur Declan Kelly, CEO of Teneo, will talk about Global Goal Live, an attempt to end world poverty, which will include assistance from the likes of Coldplay and Pharrell Williams.
As if all of that wasn't enough, the Irish Women's Hockey Team will be in studio to chat about their recent win and qualifying for next year's Olympic Games, the 2 Johnnies will be bringing their brand comedy to the couch, and Rachel Coyne will be the musical guest for the evening.
Then we've got The Graham Norton Show, which kicks off at 10.35pm on BBC One.
Oscar-winner Olivia Colman and Oscar-nominee Helena Bonham Carter will be hitting the red couch to chat about their roles in the latest season of The Crown.
They'll be joined by Chadwick Boseman, who will be on hand to discuss his new action-thriller 21 Bridges, as well as Richard Ayoade, who is talking about his new Channel 4 documentary series Travel Man.
And for the musical guest, it is Ireland's own Niall Horan, performing his new single 'Nice To Meet Ya', which is pretty catchy, if we do say so ourselves...