Bobby Kerr is live in studio tomorrow morning and ready to bring you all the best business stories around and an eclectic array of guests for two whole hours.
Catch the action on air and online from 10:00am.
Here's what you have to look forward to:
- Dissecting the talking points on the front pages and business pages of the day's papers, Bobby is joined by Doug Keating of Murray Consultants.
- Ever dreamt of becoming the unexpected beneficiary or a small (or massive) fortune? If it ever became a reality, Padraic Grennan just might be the man giving you the good news. Ireland's business development manager for Finders International talks about how these probate genealogists use years of intestacy expertise to help locate missing heirs.
- Bobby gives the new BMW 5 Series a test drive around Mondello.
- Sarah Cooper, the author of 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings, will be giving advice on faking it and making it.
- Show me the money: For this week's industry review, Bobby takes a look at the role of the sports agent. Giving us an insight into the game are Niall Woods, managing director of Navy Blue Sports Management; Line Up Sports Media Entertainment director David Mc Hugh; and Galvin Sports Management founder Sinead Galvin.
Francesca Lagerberg, the global head of tax at Grant Thornton, talks Trump, Brexit and too many men in the boardroom.
Sitting in the executive chair this week is Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh, who explains how the uncertainty around the world at the moment shouldn't make a difference to the airline's soaring profits.
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 highlights on our show page.