Our next guest runs a hugely successful company in Galway that specialises in delivering drugs through aerosols in acute hospital settings. John Power, founder of Aerogen, has been inundated with orders since Covid 19 began.
He's a former European Entrepreneur of the year too but it's been an interesting journey for him to get there.
The demand for a wider range in clothing sizes has grown in the last few years.
Some companies are adding larger sizes to their collections while others are basing their whole business around it.
Liam Geraghty has been finding out more about plus size businesses.
We'll see Paschal Donohoe posing with his budget book as he arrives at Government Buildings on Tuesday.
He'll hardly be all smiles though as Covid and Brexit dominate.
To discuss what businesses are hoping for in the budget we're joined by Nicola Quinn, a Tax Partner with PWC based in Cork.
We could all do with some light relief these days, but for our comedians the restrictions have really reduced their ability to make us laugh.
To look at the comedy scene, or lack of it during Covid, we're joined in by comedians Eleanor Tiernan in London and Gearoid Farrelly here in studio.
Recently Excel celebrated 35 years in business but they were in the bad books with the British Government earlier this week when data on thousands of positive cases results were briefly lost.
It's not the first time spreadsheets have caused chaos Simon Wilson, Head of Statistics, Trinity College Dublin