The issue of childcare has been causing increased frustration for parents who are struggling with work and business.
RTE news reported that childcare will be available to parents returning to work from June 29th.
We're joined by Aileen Hickey, CEO of Parentline, and by Adam Weatherley of ISME for more on what they've been hearing from parents.
Our next guests were inspired on a road trip to come up with a different kind of bingo and they've gone global with the idea.
Will Meara and Craig Reynolds along with their friend, Stephen Lawless, a psychiatric nurse by training founded Bingo Loco.
This week, for the first time, Twitter has taken action against some of President Donald Trump's tweets.
This provoked the President to issue an Executive Order which attempts to remove some of the legal protections of social media companies.
Liz Carolan, Executive Director of the organisation Digital Action tells us more.
Rutger Bregman has published a second book, Humankind: A Hopeful History.
In it he advocates that people are intrinsically good and he says it's high time companies and governments start to trust their people.
We spoke to him and asked if we are beginning to see an introduction of a universal basic income.
Couples across the country who were due to be married have had to get used to the idea of a prolonged engagement because of Covid.
More than 5,000 people have signed a petition calling on the government to provide more clarity for couples around numbers permitted for gatherings in the coming months.
Liam Geraghty has been checking out the issue.
Paul Mescal, the star of Normal People has set fashion trends again in his O'Neill shorts.
The former Kildare player completed the look with sunglasses, prawn-cocktail crisps and a few cans of pink gin.
We're joined by fashion stylist Courtney Smith, to find out more about what other Irish fashion trends have made an international impression.