Today on High Noon, the representation of Muslims in the media, why a third don't pay income tax and is orange juice no longer a breakfast staple?

Some of the best bits from High Noon today

UCC's senior lecturer in Contemporary Islam Amanullah de Sondy tells George how Muslims are misrepresented in the Irish media.

PWC's Tax Director Donal Keating tells George why 1 in 3 people don't pay income tax.

MS sufferer Sinead McArdle tells George what it's like living with the condition.

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan reflects on an incredible win for a minority party in the Lithuanian elections - could this be an outlier for the rest of Europe?

Consultant obstetrician Peter Boylan tells George about the rise in C-sections in Ireland.

Consultant dietician Mary McCreery allays George's fears when it comes to the role of orange juice at the breakfast table.

Newstalk's own Claire Darmody talks about what's trending today - including Heathrow's expansion.