We have new material from the so-called "Anglo Tapes" this morning. The latest clips released by the Irish Independent cover conversations between senior executives in Anglo Irish Bank that took place in December 2008. Joining us in studio are Donal O'Donovan of the Irish Independent, Jon Ihle from the Sunday Business Post, and from Berlin, Quentin Peel of the Financial Times.
Lord David Sainsbury is one of the wealthiest men in Britain, thanks to his well-known family firm. His new book "Progressive Capitalism" outlines why the financial system needs to change. He joins us from London.
It's Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby weekend in the Curragh in Kildare, and the man behind that Middle Eastern success story joins us in studio. Colm McLoughlin is a Ballinasloe man who is now the Vice-President of Dubai Duty Free.
We in Ireland take pride in our ability to spin a yarn with the rich tradition of the seanchaí. Our reporter Liam Geraghty went on something of an Odyssey around the country to find the best story-tellers who still earn a crust telling tall tales.
What kind of job attracts people with psychopathic tendancies? The psychologist Oliver James says that research suggests CEO's and senior management are four times more likely to be psychopathic than the average person. He joins us from Oxford.