Almost 5 years on from his landmark documentary Futureshock: Property Crash, Richard Curran looks to the future to ask what happens next to Ireland's residential property market. Where will the property market will be in five years' time: will it ever recover and to what extent will any future recovery be location specific rather than national? He travels to Finland and Japan to see what lessons we can learn from their property crash and he examines the conditions needed at home for recovery to happen. Contributors include: Peter Nyberg (Finnish Central Bank and author of the Nyberg report into Ireland's banking crisis), Sauli Niinisto (Finnish Deputy Prime Minister), Governor Patrick Honohan, Pat Farrell (Irish banking Federation), Dr Alan Ahearne (Economist and Special Advisor to Brian Lenihan).