The Governor of the Central Bank Gabriel Makhlouf is in studio to discuss the uncertain outlook for the future of the Irish Economy as the Government prepares to launch a major stimulus plan that will cost billions.
Dermot O'Leary, General Secretary of the National Bus and Rail Union, joins the programme following the announcement from the Government that face masks will be compulsory on public transport and from tomorrow, there will actually be penalties for those who fail to do so without reasonable excuse.
Author Roddy Doyle speaks to David McCullagh following the death of former Republic of Ireland Manager Jack Charlton yesterday about the success he enjoyed between the 80s and 90s and the magic of that time in the country.
Michael O'Donovan, owner of the Castle Inn in Cork City, joins the programme to outline concerns that publicans around the country have as they prepare to open in just 8 days time, but they say they have not been given any clear guidelines as to how they'll operate.
Political Advertising Takes Aim At President Trump
John Weaver, Republican Party Strategist in the United States outlines the reaction that has been coming in since Donald Trump decided to commute the jail sentence of his long time associate, Roger Stone.