This week on Down to Business: the head of NAMA, antiques and the ‘nicer’ Ryanair

We have a lot to get through on Saturday morning...

Ryanair, changes, baggage charges, customers, My Ryanair club, seats, interior,

Ryanair's new Boeing 737-800 NG at Dublin Airport | Image:

The latest edition of Down to Business hits the air from 10am tomorrow and Bobby Kerr is primed and ready with a typically jam-packed show.

Here is what's on the agenda:

  • As ever, things get underway with a review of the day's papers. Looking at what's making an impact on the front and business pages will be the CEO and founder of Media HQ, Jack Murray.
  • As Ryanair's recent charm offensive continues with their 'Always Getting Better' plan entering its third year, the company's Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs, will join Bobby to discuss what else the airline has in store.
  • Bobby picks up the banjo with a trip to Fado Antiques in Phibsborough.
  • Reporting on 'The Entrepreneur Experience' - an event where a group of 24 emerging entrepreneurs spend an intense 24 hours with 24 seasoned entrepreneurs - Kevin McCaffrey of Tr3Dent and Jim Urell of Property Button will be in the studio, along with old friend of the show Johnny Walker of Health Founders.
  • Focusing our lens on a multi-billion, ever-changing entertainment industry, the cinema will be this week's industry review. Bobby is joined by Graham Spurling, Director of Movies At Cinemas; Mark Doherty, owner of Century Cinemas in Letterkenny; and by Helen Hutton, General Manager of Light House Cinema.
  • We'll take a look at the winners of the National Franchise Awards.
  • In this week's executive chair will be chairman of NAMA, Frank Daly, who opens up about bad loans and bad PR. 

All this and more on Down to Business with Bobby Kerr from 10am until midday tomorrow morning, on air and online.

You can find blog posts and weekly DTB highlights on our show page.