Two of our favourite Irish women will be on the Late Late Show tomorrow
We're happy to see that The Late Late Show will have two of our favourite Irish women leading the line-up.
Both Pippa O'Connor and author Louise O'Neill will be on the show. Judging by Louise's tweet ahead of the show, it could prove for an interesting watch.
Read this and then watch me on the Late Late tomorrow night. Currently hoping I can talk ad nauseam about female sexuality (and why insisting on an orgasm EVERY SINGLE TIME is a feminist act) but let’s see what kind of mood Ryan is in. https://t.co/WwtXf012ou
— Louise O' Neill (@oneilllo) March 8, 2018
Following the success of her book Asking for It, which explores rape culture in Ireland, she has now turned her attention to obsessive love in her new book Almost Love.
She will join Ryan on Friday night to discuss the inspiration behind her new novel and what it is to be a feminist in Ireland today.
Meanwhile, Pippa will be on the show to chat about how she branched into the luxury home accessories market, while maintaining a hugely successful business with the help of social media.
Joining the two women is presenter Brendan O'Connor, who will be on the show to chat about his own show Cutting Edge and we're told, by producers of the show, "he'll also be discussing some of the issues, both serious and not-so-serious, that have been exercising him lately".
Also on the show will be the people taking on this year’s Late Late Show Antiques Challenge and Ryan will meet some of the people taking part in a Memory memorial cycle in honour of the Irish Coast Guard members who tragically died while on duty.