The BBC is going ahead with plans to end free TV licences for most over-75s, with the only exemptions being those who receive the Pension Credit benefit.
More than 3 million households in Britain will be asked to start paying the £157.50 licence fee from August, which the BBC says is "the fairest decision".
However, there has been a backlash from both the British government and Age UK.
Could the same thing happen in Ireland?
Joe O'Shea and Jennifer Gannon discussed this and more in our weekly TV slot.