Down To Business
Ruairi Friel of 'In Their Thousands'03/27/15
Ruairi Friel from the Donegal Band 'In Their Thousands' chats to Bobby about his life in music and the Donegal music scene. He also finishes the show with a song.
Winning Back The High Street in Letterkenny
Bobby heads to Letterkenny as part of his Winning Back The High Street campaign. He is joined by Town Centre Manager Dessie Larkin and various business owners in the town
Bobby Goes Mussel Farming with Mulroy Bay Mussels
Bobby visits Hugh and Bridget Wilhare of Mulroy Bay Mussels Farm in Donegal. They take Bobby out on their boat to show him the processes involved in mussel farming.
Donegal Music Legend Daniel O'Donnell
Bobby is joined on the show by Donegal music great Daniel O'Donnell. Daniel chats about his music, his business interests and his love for his native Donegal.
Jason Black: First Donegal Man To Climb Everest
Bobby is joined by Jason Black who is the first Donegal man to climb Mount Everest. Jason is also a nightclub owner in Letterkenny and is a motivational speaker.
Professor Niall Moyna on Workplace Wellbeing Day
DCU Professor Niall Moyna joins Bobby to discuss healthy living in the workplace. It is part of Workplace Wellbeing Day taking place next Friday the 27th of March.
David Van Dessel on Voluntary Examinership
David Van Dessel is in studio to discuss Voluntary Examinership. He details the varying differences in the law between Ireland, the UK and the US.
The Psychology of Buying
Bobby is joined in studio by Bart Schultz to discuss the psychology of buying. Dutchman Schultz is the Chief Persuasion Officer at Online Dialogue.
Bobby Visits Willoughby's Hardware in Monasterevin
As part of our Winning Back the High Street Series, Bobby recently visited Willoughby's Hardware in Monasterevin to discuss hardware and business in a small town.
Music and Chat from Wexford Band Corner Boy
Bobby chats to lead singer of Corner Boy Michael D'Arcy where he talks his business and music influences. The band also play a song to finish the show.
Cry Before Dawn Bassist & Businessman Vinnie Doyle
Bobby is joined by Wexford music legend Vinnie Doyle who was the bassist for Cry Before Dawn. Vinnie chats music and also about his car dealership business in Wexford.
Bobby visits Rosslare Harbour
Bobby visits Rosslare Harbour to see how business is going there. He is given a guided tour by manager John Lynch.
Winning Back The High Street in Wexford
Bobby is joined by various guests from various Wexford businesses. He is joined on stage by James O'Connor of Greenacres Wexford and local businessman Michael Hayes.
Government Sports Funding in Ireland
Minister of State for Sport Michael Ring and CEO of the Federation of Irish Sport Sarah O'Connor join Bobby to discuss government funding in Irish Sport.
International Womens Day
Bobby is joined by Tania Banotti, CEO of IAPI and Louise Glennon of the National Womens Council of Ireland to discuss International Womens Day
Paper Review & Arab-Irish Conference
Bobby is joined by Breda Brown for a review of the day's business pages. Joe Geoghegan is also in studio talking about the Arab-Irish Business Forum.
Bobby Goes Hiking in The Wicklow Mountains
Bobby goes hiking in the Wicklow Mountains with James McManus of Earths Edge who won Best Emerging Small Business at this year's Small Firms Association Awards.
Microsoft Business Person of The Month Robert Finnegan
Bobby chats to this month's Microsoft Ireland Business Person of the Month, CEO of Three Ireland Robert Finnegan.
Bobby travels to the River Cottage in Thomastown
Bobby travels to Thomastown in County Kilkenny to the River Cottage. Bobby Chats to Stephen Lamb abouty the launch of the School of Food at the River Cottage.
Colm O'Brien - Author of 'Feeding Johnny'
Colm O'Brien joins Bobby to discuss his new book 'Feeding Johnny: How To Build a Business Despite The Roadblock.'
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