With the temperatures dropping, there is no better night to sit on the couch and watch some quality chat shows.
Here’s our latest recap of the week’s talk show content and what’s going on tonight. There should be enough here to keep someone busy.
Trick or treat?
- The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9:35 p.m.
It’s hard to believe that five months have passed since then Daniel O’Donnell Most recently, he dated Ryan to chat and sing a song. So of course he’s back tonight.
You can think of this news as either a bedtime fear of All Hallows Eve or an opportunity to dance off the cobwebs with Donegal’s best – that’s what they invented dancing for …
He will play Come What May from his new album and talk about the ongoing battles in the Irish music industry.
Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick I’ll talk about the “life changing event” that happened to him earlier this year and how he allegedly predicted the pandemic. Having never seen Super Vet before, I can only assume and hope that the theme of the program is a revised version of Rick James’ Superfreak.
Activist and historian Catherine Corless will talk about the importance of this week’s government clarification that maternity and baby home adopters and survivors are legally entitled to access their personal information.
Comedian Bernard O’Shea will offer his experience to his mid-life crisis and cook Donal Skehan I’ll also chat about his recent return to Ireland and keep the fear at bay.
The guests of today’s video link are television presenters Phillip Schofield, and Cat Deeley.
Schofield made headlines earlier this year when he decided to come out that morning. He will tell Ryan what led him to first talk about his sexuality, his early days on children’s television, and his friendship with Holly Willoughby.
Deeley, who achieved fame on US television, will speak about her decision to return to the UK after 14 years. Her Irish connection is her husband Patrick Kielty. So expect a full segment.
Quelle: The Late Late Show / YouTube
- The Graham Norton Show, BBC One, 10:45 p.m.
Ireland is well represented tonight with the actress on the red couch Jessie Buckley, who starred in Netflix, ‘I think about the end of things, and Dermot Kennedy who will play his current single Giants.
Guests coming to Graham tonight include Comedian and Strictly Contestant Bill Bailey, Oscar winner Octavia Spencerwho starred in the new adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches, BBC security correspondent Frank Gardnerand comedian and children’s author David Walliams.
Quelle: Die Graham Norton Show / YouTube
Across the pond
In his monologue, Jimmy Kimmel looks at Team Trump’s last full week on the campaign trail. Highlights include Trump’s disdain for the weather at his rallies and Lil Wayne’s visit to the White House, with Kimmel calling them Young Money and No Money.
Quelle: Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube
Trevor Noah spoke to Ice Cube about the goals of his contract with Black America and the backlash he received after it was revealed that he was working with Trump’s White House to fill the racial wealth gap.
Daily Show correspondent Jordan Klepper headed to a Trump rally in Pennsylvania to gauge the US president’s response to the “Hail Mary October Surprise,” which is Hunter Biden’s laptop while others equate the work of Ivanka Trump with the late Lady Diana.
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Source: The Daily Show with Trevor Noah / YouTube
Last week tonight, John Oliver spoke about immigration and how the Trump administration has handled asylum seekers over the past four years. An issue that was central to Trump’s 2016 election campaign, but not so much this time.
Quelle: LastWeekTonight / YouTube
Meanwhile, Stephen Colbert spoke to Sacha Baron Cohen about his new Borat movie and the story behind his infamous interview with Donald Trump during his Ali G days.
And that weekend, Bette Midler spoke to Seth Meyers about her new mockumentary In Search of the Sandersons Sisters, which is based on the 1993 film Hocus Pocus.
Quelle: Late Night mit Seth Meyers / YouTube
From the archives
Have you ever wondered what terrifies horror writer Stephen King? In a 1986 interview, he admitted that he was scared of cars and trucks since childhood. My money would have been for clowns, to be honest.
Quelle: CBC / YouTube
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