From the art of crafting some of the finest book in sports history, to trying to being poor in a wealthy world, there was plenty to get stuck into on Newstalk today. Listen below to our top five podcasts of the day, or download them - and plenty more from our shows - on iTunes.
Vincent Hogan, ghostwriter of Paul McGrath's "Back from the Brink”, David Winner, author of Dennis Bergkamp and Rio Ferdinand’s books and Bob Ryan, who ghosted Larry Bird.
Ahead of a planned Waterford Against Racism demonstration today, Newstalk reporter Shona Murray spoke to people who were supporting the protests on Saturday and Sunday.
Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington joined Pat in studio to give some top tips on improving your game.
Linda Tirado asks the middle class to stop seeing being poor as a moral failing in her new book, 'Hand to Mouth: The Truth About Being Poor in a Wealthy World'.
This week's guest joining Tom Dunne for 'Back to Mine' was Jim Kerr, lead singer and founder of Scottish 80's band Simple Minds.