This week on Down to Business: changing careers, Sam Adams beers, WOW airline, tech & Brexit

Another fast-paced edition to kickstart your weekend tomorrow...

Dublin, New York, cheap flights, Wow Air, Iceland, Reykjavik,

Skuli Mogensen, CEO of Wow Air | Image: RollingNews.ie/360PR

Down to Business hits the air from 10am tomorrow morning and, as always, we've got a jam-packed show in store.

Here's a taste of what Bobby Kerr will be covering...

  • Getting things underway as usual, we'll be taking a look at what's making the front and back pages of the weekend newspapers. Joining Bobby this week will be Doug Keatinge, senior account director with Murray Consultants.
  • Skúli Mogensen (pictured), the founder and owner of Icelandic low-cost airline WOW, will be talking about those very cheap transatlantic flights coming to Ireland.
  • Ahead of the Ireland Drifting Championship this weekend, Bobby hits the track at Mondello Park.
  • Bobby chats to Philip Cullen, the owner of OurTown.ie. The website gives local businesses the opportunity to reach thousands of homes in their area by advertising in a passport-style booklet.
  • Next up, we meet the career-changers – three brave individuals who dramatically altered their path to follow that dream job. Joining Bobby in studio will be Stuart Purcell, head of collectibles at Whyte’s Dublin, cheesemaker Helen Cahill, and photographer Michael Keane
  • Tech guru Andy O'Donohue is on hand to talk digital voting and Brexit.
  • In this week's Executive Chair, Bobby has an in-depth chat with Sam Adams beer founder Jim Koch about his philosophical take on making alcohol.

All this and more on Down to Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow morning, on air and online.

As ever, you can find blog posts and weekly DTB highlights on our show page.