In my day job of finding stories, issues and interviewees to piece together the show every Saturday morning, 90% of the job is thinking – the rest is doing. Each Tuesday morning, my producer Eileen Heron and I will chat and lay out what we might cover and where I might go that week.
Before, we’d meet over coffee in RTÉ, but we haven’t done this since March. I try to separate my apartment from my office; my life from my work – albeit, in the same physical space. It’s part of adapting to life in lockdown and respecting the guidelines around working from home and social distancing. It’s an important divide to make, to create and also achieve work-life balance within the same physical space.