Graduates from the University of Bristol have won £15,000 investment for their solution to tackle queuing problems at women's toilets.
Amber Probyn and Hazel McShane have designed what they are calling "the first touch-free women’s urinal" called the PEEQUAL.
The duo say their design makes the process of going to the toilet six times quicker compared to a conventional portable lockable toilet and is ideal for outdoor events such as festivals.
They joined Mairead on today's show to tell us all about it.
You can hear the chat in full by pressing the play button on screen.