Late Late Toy Show will have live Irish Sign Language this year
The Toy Show will be more inclusive this year.
This year's Late Late Toy Show will feature live ISL.
Parents have praised the Toy Show for being more inclusive than ever this year.
People from the Deaf and ISL community will be able to enjoy the show this year.
There will be three interpreters working from a special studio on the night of the Toy Show.
People can tune into the live ISL edition on the RTÉ News Channel as well as the RTÉ Player.
RTÉ confirmed that blind and vision-impaired children of all ages will be able to enjoy the show this year as there will be a special edition of the Toy Show with audio description played over the weekend.
The Late Late Toy Show is on this Friday with live ISL, on the RTÉ News Channel and RTÉ Player. Santa paid a special visit to the Holy Family School for the Deaf in Cabra. Check this out! #ISL #IrishSignLanguage @HFSchoolDeaf1 @IrishDeafSoc pic.twitter.com/WJjgBIfLWP
— RTÉ news2day (@news2dayRTE) November 23, 2022
The audio description for their Blind and Vision Impaired audience will air on Sunday, November 27th.
The episode will air at 3.15 pm on RTÉ One and the RTÉ Player.
This episode will also be available on Monday, November 28th at 12.30 am.
The Late Late Toy Show will air on RTÉ One at 9.35 pm this Friday, November 25th.
The theme for this year's Toy Show has yet to be revealed, but Tubridy said it will be better than ever before.