Professor Tony Attwood is one of the leading experts in the world on Asperger's Syndrome. Five years ago he found out that his son Will has the syndrome and somehow it hadn't been discovered. Will had been very overactive and difficult as a child and in his teenage years smoked marijuana and became addicted to drugs. This led to him being jailed and dependent on his family to support him. He is much better able to deal with life now that he has this diagnosis and is writing a book to help other people with Aspergers cope with prison.
Following on from yesterday's conversation with Kathy McKeon who worked for Jackie Kennedy for 13 years, Fiona tells us her story of travelling to New York to meet JohnJohn Kennedy and how it actually happened!
Acclaimed double bass player and professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Chi-Chi Nwanoku OBE spoke to Ryan Tubridy about the extraordinary and poignant story of how her Irish mother met her Nigerian father in the 1950's.
McMafia is a new drama on BBC featuring a rich Russian family living in London. The series is based on a book written by Misha Glenny in 2008 but which he says is still very relevant with so many Russian oligarchs buying property and settling there