Dr Catherine Motherway, Intensive Care Specialist at Limerick University Hospital, discusses the winter plan that is to be discussed by Cabinet tomorrow and which will outline how the country's healthcare system will deal with the virus in the next number of months.
Sarah Lennon, Executive Director of the advocacy group Sage, and Dr Rónán Collins, Consultant Physician in Geriatric and Stroke Medicine at Tallaght University Hospital, outline what is being done to protect people in nursing homes as new Covid-19 visitor restrictions are introduced
Michael Brennan, Political Editor of the Business Post, joins the programme to discuss the results of the latest Red C Poll that has Fianna Fáil at just 10% and to analyse where Taoiseach Micheál Martin goes from here.
Students find out what grades teachers awarded them
Betty McLaughlin, Guidance Counsellor and former President of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors, is on the line as the Leaving Certificate class of 2020 find out today what marks they were awarded by their teachers, and decide whether or not they wish to lodge appeals.
Gavin Barrett, Professor of EU law at UCD's Sutherland Law School, outlines the possible implications of the United Kingdom breaking international law by overriding parts of the Withdrawal Treaty on Brexit.