Brexit has left an estimated 75 billion euro hole in the EU's budget. A summit aimed at fixing the problem ended without agreement last night. The question is should everyone keep paying the same and get less or pay more to get the same.
We ask former MEP Brian Hayes, who is very familiar with budgetary process and wrangling.
Keeping the EU in mind we're joined by a Dubliner who is in the final stages of pulling together an Irish festival in Belgrade. Jas Kaminski, the son of a Polish holocaust survivor who became an Irish citizen, will host the Hot House Flowers and Jim Sheridan in Belgrade as part of the festival.
Club music doesn't regularly feature up there with other art disciplines, but there are moves afoot in Germany to give nightclubs the same cultural status as opera houses. Should we do something similar here? Liam Geraghty has been getting his dancing shoes on to find out more.
The Battle of the Billionaires is heating up with personal digs about each other's physical appearance. Billboards appeared yesterday in cities with slogans like "Donald Trump lost the popular vote"
Marion McKeone is a journalist with the Business Post, we asked her about their rivalry and just how wealthy Bloomberg is.
We look at a daughter and father operation that just marked it's 60th year being officially opened in Dublin's Temple Bar.
Rory's Fishing Tackle is the longest running retail shop in the area. We popped in for a visit, hoping that they hadn't 'gone fishing'