Today on High Noon, George is insulted by Katherine Zappone's childcare comments and looks back at the legacy of Sellafield.

Some of the best bits from High Noon today

George remembers Anthony Foley following his tragic death at the weekend.

He vents his frustration at comments made by Children's Minister Katherine Zappone about childcare payments to grandparents.

Gerald Flynn explains how teachers will be paid when they strike.

Former Environment Editor for the Irish Times Frank McDonald reflects on 60 years since the opening of Sellafield.

Sex worker Kate McGrew talks to George about the protection needed for sex workers.

George talks to renter John Byrne and Donal Keating of PWC about how to rent after divorce.