*Monday, Dec. 31 Craig visits Scotland with Mila Kunis, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rashida Jones, David Sedaris and Ariel Tweto; music by The Imagineers
*Tuesday, Jan. 1 Craig visits the historic town of Arbroath in Scotland with Scotland First Minister Alex Salmond and Rashida Jones; music by The Imagineers
*Wednesday, Jan. 2 Craig returns to his hometown of Cumbernauld in Scotland with Michael Clarke Duncan; music by The Imagineers
*Thursday, Jan. 3 Craig visits Scotland's two largest cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh, with Mila Kunis; music by The Imagineers
*Friday, Jan. 4 Craig visits Glamis Castle in Scotland, with David Sedaris and Ariel Tweto; music by The Imagineers
Craig Ferguson joined the late-night television arena as host of THE LATE LATE SHOW in January 2005, following a career that encompassed film, television and the stage. The Scottish-born actor, writer, director and producer, who is also known for his role as Nigel Wick on "The Drew Carey Show," brings a fresh approach to late-night television, which has quickly evolved into appointment television for America's nightly insomniacs. Each weeknight, the Peabody Award-winning show, lead by Emmy Award-nominated Ferguson, entertains audiences with an exceptional, unscripted monologue and goes one-on-one with guests from the worlds of film, television, sports and news. Additionally, THE LATE LATE SHOW with Craig Ferguson continues to spotlight eclectic, edgy musical acts and rising stand-up comedians.