Bobby Kerr is live in studio this Saturday morning, bringing you the most interesting 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:
- Things get underway in the coming of an Irish sporting great. Hurling legend Henry Shefflin stops by to tell Bobby how his on-field heroics on the pitch can be applied to work and life off the pitch, ahead of his appearance at the Leadership in Sport. Lessons for Business event that takes place in Dublin's InterContinental Hotel on January 26th.
- A recent survey found that broadcasting was the 10th most stressful job of all-time. HR expert David Bell braves the studio to talk about the findings around the most intense careers out there.
- Next up, two intriguing guests who have come together to make restaurants be the best they can be. James Kavanagh, who will be familiar to viewers of RTÉ’s Taste of Success, has teamed up with restaurant advisor Blaithnaid Bergin to shake up Ireland's dining game.
- Renowned public speaker and networking expert Keith Ferrazzi and he explains why companies should have no room for driftwood.
- Examining a particularly precarious profession, Bobby welcomes three jobbing actors to studio for this week’s industry review. Michael Hayes, Isobel Mahon and Jim Roche who talk about TV, voice-overs and residuals.
- Well-known TV presenter Gráinne Seoige joins Bobby to talk about her career to date, as well as her new 'Grace Diamonds' venture.
- In the executive chair this Saturday is the MD of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Ireland. Alan Bateson will be chatting about the man in the van, Garth Brooks and much, much more...
All this and more on Down To Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow.
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