The Business with George Lee, 6th April 2013 - Reasonable Expectations
The term "living wage" is becoming more and more common, and it's about to become a big issue as the Insolvency Service of Ireland prepares to unveil its "reasonable living guidelines". Satellite TV, second cars, foreign holidays and a whole lot more are in the firing line.
But just how much is the minimum we should expect people to be able to live on in this country?
We're joined from Galway by Ann, who has had to drastically slash her family's expenditure. We're also joined by Sean Healy from Social Justice Ireland, and by economist Moore McDowell....
The Business with George Lee, 6th April 2013 - The Butcher Boy Turned Tech Tycoon
Start-up hopefuls of all kinds are being brought together this weekend at University College Cork to create new businesses from scratch in just 54 hours.
Pat Phelan will be one of the judges and mentors at the event. He's an experienced entrepreneur with a number of successful start-up businesses under his belt. He joins us in studio.
The Business with George Lee, 6th April 2013 - Panic Stations
We've all experienced moments when panic takes over. It could be sending a text to the wrong person or completely messing up a presentation. We're joined now by two people who have been through such moments. Jennifer Shaw is one of the organisers of the Pregnancy and Baby Fair, and Michael Comyn is the founder of the Fearless Organisation.