Down to Business does Malahide: Dermot Bannon, PayPal & Bon Appétit

Bobby Kerr is 'Winning back the High Street' this Saturday, with thanks to Vodafone...

Bobby Kerr is coming live from Bon Appétit in the coastal Dublin town of Malahide this Saturday, touring the suburb's thriving businesses and attractions and bringing you guests and music across the morning.

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

Here's what you have to look forward to:

  • Kicking things off in typical fashion, Bobby takes a look at the weekend papers. He's joined this week by Malahide local, media consultant and former Newstalk-er Tara Duggan to assess what's making headlines and hitting the business pages.
  • One of the few architects who's truly a household name, Room to Improve's Dermot Bannon (pictured) is on hand to take Mr Kerr on a whistlestop tour of the town.
  • To get a feel for how Malahide's high street is faring, Bobby sits down with Barry Gibney, president of Malahide Chamber of Commerce and Gibneys owner; Joanne Pollard, marketing manager of Malahide Castle & Gardens; and O'Farrell Cleere Auctioneers' Paula Costello. Not only that, Bobby will be turning to an audience packed with local business owners.
  • Capturing the entrepreneurial spirit of the place, tech tycoon Ray Nolan, Java Republic's David McKernan and Eddie Rooney of Static Hydro Energy are also in conversation.
  • Bon Appétit owner Oliver Dunne has lived quite the 'chef's life' and he's on hand to tell Bobby all about it as he takes a break from the kitchen to take the stage.
  • Going global, sitting in this week's executive chair will be Louise Phelan of Paypal, who talks about the challenges of managing operations in 100 different countries.
  • Finishing on a high note, Sutton's own Cry Monster Cry bring their alt. folk to the airwaves with a live performance from the brothers.

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.