Here's Who's On Tonight's Late Late & Graham Norton Show
If you're spending tonight tucked up at home we have all the info on your Late Late Show and Graham Norton Show.
Both shows have jam-packed line ups this week.
The Late Late Show - RTE One, 9.35pm
Peter O'Mahony will be joining Tubridy after his man of the match performance against the All Blacks last weekend.
Boyzone will be talking about their upcoming farewell tour and the band's 25th anniversary. Ronan Keating, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy debuted on the Late Late Show when Gay Byrne was presenting.
Fr Tony Coote will be discussing his life with Motor Neurone Disease. After diagnosis, he walked the length of Ireland to raise awareness and funds. He'll be discussing his "Walk While You Can" campaign and will be joined by Professor Orla Hardiman, consultant neurologist at Beaumont Hospital.
Tubridy will be talking to physicist Professor Brian Cox about his new tour "The Universal: Adventures In Space and Time" and his love of breaking down complex scientific ideas into something everyone can understand.
Entrants for Carer of the Year will also be sharing their stories and giving an insight into the amazing work they do.
Mario Rosenstock will be providing some entertainment and The Stunning are the music act of the night.
Viewers will also have the chance to win tickets to next week's Late Late Toy Show.
The Graham Norton Show - BBC One, 10.35pm
Graham will be joined by Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman to discuss her upcoming role in Destroyer and her performance in Aquaman.
Stephen Fry will be discussing the four films he's currently working on.
British comedian and Live At The Apollo regular Joe Lycett will be on the couch.
Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas will be telling all about his Tour de France win this year. He's the first of his county to do so.
Take That are providing the music for the night. They have a new single Out Of Our Heads and an upcoming album Odyssey.
The Late Late Show gets underway at 21:35 on RTÉ 1 and the Graham Norton Show kicks off slightly later at 22:35 on BBC 1.