Dessie tells Joe about being robbed at gunpoint by police officers in Serbia.
Phil visited the museum in Number Twenty-Nine Fitzwilliam Street Lower the ESB's Georgian House Museum. The tour guides were brilliant but Phil says she was dismayed to hear that the museum is closing temporarily and when it reopens it will be an un-guided museum.
Patrick tells Joe he's worried about proposed changes to the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears from the Central Bank.
Dessie describes being held-up at gunpoint by Serbian police demanding cash
Fans of No 29 Fitzwilliam Street give their views on the changes proposed for visitors to the Georgian house museum owned by the ESB.
Patrick is concerned about proposals by the Central Bank to change the rules on tracker mortgages for people in mortgage arrears.
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