Sri Lanka has been rocked by eight explosions in various churches and hotels. Hundreds of people have died and many more injured. Tom Wall, Irish ex-pat living in Sri Lanka and friend of the show, spoke to Maggie about the atmosphere over there at the moment.
"99 Problems," is a new film about - of all things, but fortuituously, considering the weather - ice-cream vans and their drivers! "Pinky," is one such driver who has managed to make a decent living despite the fierce competition in this industry. Maggie chatted to Pinky and Ross Killeen, who directed it. www.99problemsfilm.com
Billy has donated blood. He has saved lives. He's great company. He's very affectionate. If Billy sounds like a great catch, he is - as long as you like dogs! Billy is a greyhound, but a particularly remarkable one. His owner Caitríona ní Dhuill told Maggie all about her canine companion, and others like him.
Hot on the heels of the Clooneys, Michael Caines is coming to Ballyfin Demesne in Laois this week - for an evening of, "Exceptional gastronomy and hospitality." He spoke to Maggie about his life, his career - and the fact that he only has one arm, which clearly doesn't hold him back.
Diagnosed with Parkinson's at 24 years of age, Clare Connolly was in complete shock at first, but has since learned how to live with, manage and even control the symptoms. She discussed her condition with Maggie, and how it has affected her life.
In February Laura drove her mother to a nursing home as her dementia was worsening by the day. Only a few weeks later Ireland went into lockdown. Laura spoke to Ryan about her incredible mother their heartbreaking separation.
Darragh Carroll is a man who follows his own intuition and it has taken him on an extraordinary journey. Since last November he has been making his way from an island off Norway carrying a sacred flame which he is bringing to the hill of Uisneach.