Brian MacCraith, the former President of DCU, was appointed as chair of the future of media commission a year ago and in the last week was asked to head up the task force for rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines.
This week the Taoiseach said a vaccine could be cleared for use here by the second half of December so Brian is in for a busy few months.
Mairead Mackle's company has been playing an integral role in sourcing accommodation for homeless families during the crisis.
She employs 1200 people across the North and South in Tarasis Enterprises.
Mairead has won numerous awards for her work - from an Employer of Choice award to finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the year.
Sticking with female empowerment and gender issues as Christmas approaches it seems that more and more people are conscious of the choices of toys presented to them.
Dolls, princesses and unicorns for girls and dinosaurs, lego and racing cars for boys. Liam Geraghty has been finding out more.
Many of us have plans in place for purchases on Black Friday, but if you're an employee beware. Your managers might just be monitoring your every move.
We're joined by Julie Galbraith, partner & employment law expert at Eversheds Sutherland.
We could see self driving and flying cars taking to the roads in the not too distant future and a new testing facility based in Shannon, Co. Clare may be the answer.
We're joined by Russell Vickers, CEO of Future Mobility Campus Ireland to tell us about the future of transportation.
As one of the teachers unions requested an extra day off before Christmas, is it a good idea for all of us to have a couple of more days off before what will be a very quiet Christmas?
We're joined by Martin Harte, CEO of Temple Bar Traders and Leisha McGrath, Work and Organisational Psychologist.