Graham Norton recently took some time out from a recent visit his native west Cork to lend his support to a health initiative in Bantry.
The 52-year-old, who owns a holiday home in Ahakista, near Bantry, officially opened 'The Bungalow', a haven for cancer patients and their relatives.
On Friday night he returns to our screens on BBC One. In fact, thank Graham it's Friday.
The guests? Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Bill Bailey and The Weeknd.
Acclaimed writer and actor Damon has just started work on a new Jason Bourne movies, so with a little luck he may reveal a little about that fifth chapter in the Robert Ludlum-inspired franchise. But he'll also be chatting about upcoming blockbuster The Martian with his hugely talented co-star, Chastain.
Here's a little reminder of the last time Damon graced Graham's couch:
Comedian, naturalist and activist Bill Bailey joins the acting duo, with Canadian R'n'B sensation The Weeknd (pronounced The Weakened as opposed to The Weekend, for what it's worth), set to perform his no.1 single Can't Feel My Face, which we did warn you was going to become one of the anthems of the summer back in June.
It's amazing looking back at that naive enthusiasm for a song that now haunts the airwaves.
Still, can't wait for this one!