Claire spoke to Martin Wall, of the Irish Times and Christine Loscher, Professor of Immunology in Dublin City University to discuss the HSE's revised vaccination plan which is has not been finalised and is about to presented to Government.
Jenny Darmody, Silicon Republic and Deirdre Burke, partner and head of family law at Orpen Frank Solicitors, spoke to Claire about Bill and Melinda Gates announcing their divorce and the legal and implications that it could have.
Shane Phelan, Legal Affairs Editor with the Irish Independent reported on how the Former CEO of Bóthar has until 5pm to to file an affidavit with the High Court outlining what became of money taken by him and others.
It emerged on Sunday that a Global property investment firm has bought up most of a 170-home estate in County Kildare. Eoin O Broin, Sinn Fein's Housing Spokesperson and Billy Kelleher, Fianna Fáil MEP for Ireland South, discuss this deal.
She's a famous writer, they're a big firm and a Canadian coder. But what do Stephanie Preissner, Ernst & Young and Fernando Cartwright all have in common? Our reporter Barry Lenihan, tell us what these big names have to do with Irish politics.
Vera Regan, Professor of Linguistics UCD and Joe McHugh, Fine Gael TD & Former Education Minister & Minister for the Gaeltacht, spoke to Claire about, does being immersed by a language make it easier to learn.