David Gleave, Aviation Safety Researcher, Loughborough University spoke to Philip about how a US Congressional report into two separate crashes by 737s found that they were caused by a "culture of concealment" at plane-maker Boeing, and a regulatory system that was "fundamentally flawed".
Philip spoke to Jack Chambers, Chief Whip and Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sports and Dr Paddy Mallon, professor of microbial diseases at UCD about what life will be like in the capital during level 3 restrictions.
Geraldine Herbert, Motoring Correspondent with The Sunday Independent spoke to Philip about how the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has found an anti-competitive co-operation between 5 insurance companies, one broker and an insurance industry trade association.
Philip spoke to Eoin O'Broin, SF Spokesperson on Housing, Planning & Local Govt and Pat Davitt Chief Executive of IPAV about how the Dail are due to vote next week on a proposed bill calling for ban on rent increases.
Our Reporter, Della Kilroy reports on Ballymun's COVID-19 friendly culture night which will see an online self-guided audio tour taking you through the ever-changing landscape of one of Dublin's most famous urban towns.
Philip spoke to Cian Hogan, English teacher in St. Killian's German School and the Institute of Education in Dublin and Ola Majekodunmi, Irish radio presenter and film-maker about how the government are to drop Junior Cert novels with 'racial slurs,' from the Curriculum.