An Irish General Election is looming and voters are feeling vocal. Over two programmes Charlie Bird tests the pulse of the nation by travelling the nation, talking to people about the issues that concern them most. In this concluding episode, the journalist and broadcaster concludes his travels across the country to explore the views of the public as they prepare to vote on Friday (have you got yer polling cards yet?!). He speaks to people about the issues that concern them the most, including health, unemployment, child benefit, pensions and rising costs. How do they feel about this election compared to other elections? What is the mood of the nation? What political changes are they expecting or hoping for? Following at 10.40pm is the equally upbeat What We Leave in Our Wake. It's a f ilmic essay exploring themes including emigration, mythology, consumerism, socialism and the sense of a civic society.