This week's Down to Business: stags and hens, the death of recruitment, Bord Na Móna's boss and more...

A typically jam-packed Saturday morning show is on the way...

This week's Down to Business: stags and hens, the death of recruitment, Bord Na Móna's boss and more...

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The weekend is kicking off and it's time to get down to business. Covering all the crucial stories of the week and bringing you conversations with some of the country's most interesting movers and shakers, Bobby Kerr is live in studio tomorrow morning for two whole hours.

Catch the action on air and online from 10:00am.

Here's what you have to look forward to:

  • Getting a jump-start on the Saturday papers, comedian and media consultant Alan Shortt stops by the studio for a review of the stories hitting the front and business pages.
  • Is the recruitment industry dead? Brendan Kavanagh, the entrepreneur behind free job-matching and upskilling app HiUp thinks so...
  • Our resident car expert Geraldine Herbert joins us for a look at all that's new in the automotive world and has your road-based questions in our monthly Motoring Mailbag
  • For this week's industry review, Bobby looks at the ever-expanding business of stag and hen parties, meeting some of the companies that will help you plan a night you might end up wanting to forget. Joining him in studio is Jenni Wolfson, company director of Posh Fizz, Hennit and Stagit owner Dean Gammell, and Darragh Kirby, company owner of The Foxy Hen.
  • Sitting in this week's executive chair, Bord Na Móna CEO Mike Quinn opens up about wind and noise in the bogs of Ireland. 

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

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