Down to Business is live tomorrow morning and, as ever, Bobby Kerr has a jam-packed show in store.
Catch the action on air and online from 10:00am.
Here's what you have to look forward to:
- Getting things underway as usual, we'll be taking a look at what's making the front and back pages of the weekend newspapers. Joining Bobby this week will be Eamonn Brennan, CEO of the Irish Aviation Authority.
- If you’re a working parent, you’ll know the essential role that early childhood centres play in your family's lives. With that in mind, we'll take a look at the industry of crèches.
- Volvo has been one of the world's best known car brands since the 1920s. To tell us more about that famous company and his own career to date, the Managing Director of Volvo Cars Ireland, Adrian Yeates, will be sitting in the Executive Chair.
- We examine the news this week that Virgin Media are no longer going to carry Eir Sports and BT Sports on its platform. David Kerr from Bonkers.ie will discuss what other options are out there for consumers.
- Opening our Toyota Motoring Mailbag once again, Geraldine Herbert will be answering your questions (and if you have any queries for us get them in now to 53106 at a cost of 30 cent).
- I trot off to the Dublin Horse Show on Ladies Day to sample the atmosphere, competition and businesses on display.
- Finally, we take a look at the business of music memorabilia, from David Bowie and U2 to Bob Dylan and Hozier. It’s a rock and roll antiques roadshow, as we speak to Laurence Carpenter of Popicons. He'll also be bringing guitars from Roger Waters, Pete Townshend and Hozier along for the ride...
As played by former Pink Floyd-er, Roger Waters
Used in studio and onstage by Pete Townshend of The Who
The Strat our own Hozier learnt to play guitar on
All this and more on Down to Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow morning, on air and online.
As ever, you can find blog posts and weekly DTB highlights on our show page.