Self Published Books
Self Published authors talk to Joe about their books.
Eldery Woman Robbed
Vera's 94 year old mother had money stolen from her bag after a visit to the Post Office. She was standing in the hallway of the family pub when two women robbed her.
Christmas Ads and Nostalgia
Carol's brother Peter Caffrey featured in the Barrys Tea Ad. She tells Joe about her memories of her brother and the iconic ad.
Theresa's brother Patrick "Bob" Gallagher was from Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo. Theresa tells Joe about a campaign which has been started to petition to have a Naval warship named after him.
Maria Walsh tells Joe how the death of her cousin Teresa Molloy in a car accident prompted her to take part. Karen O'Herlihy's two sisters were also killed in a car accident. Both women talk to Joe about their experiences.
Liveline listeners wanted to pay tribute to Catherine Donnolly who wrote the script for the Barry’s tea Christmas radio ad – she passed away earlier this year. Her husband Frank Sheerin told Joe the history of the ad.
Damian Duggan and Cathal Daly has some advice for people in relation to their valuables and burglaries.
Stephen has been in Beaumont Hospital over the last few days, wants to congratulate the staff on a wonderful job under extremely difficult circumstances.
John was driving through town on Tuesday afternoon when he saw a woman sitting precariously on Butt Bridge. The woman was clearly in great distress.
Alan O'Reilly is a weather enthusiast. He tells Joe that he is disgusted with long range forecasters suggesting that we are in for the coldest winter in 50 years. He says it is impossible to predict that far ahead with any accuracy.
Are burglaries on the rise? Joe talks to various victims of burglaries. Suzanne, whose mother's house was robbed while she lay on life support.
Prime Time - Care Homes
The revelations from the Prime Time Investigates programme on the abuse suffered by residents of Áras Attracta continued to reverberate among Liveline listeners. We heard from worried parents and horrified professionals alike.
Prime Time - Care Homes
More callers talk about their reaction to the RTE Investigations unit programme on the Bungalow 3, Aras Attracta residental unit in county Mayo.
Panic Attack on Airplane
Robert had a difficult episode on a long haul flight from Australia to Ireland recently. He talks to Joe about the experience.
Water Protest / Prime Time - Care Home
Dublin City Centre has been brought to a standstill by water protestors. Joe talks to some of the protesters at the scene. / The Liveline listeners react to last nights programme Inside Bungalow 8 - Prime Time Investigate.
Monica has volunteered with Childline for five years. Monica has dealt with eating disorder calls, self-harm calls, children who have had friends die by suicide and many other issues. She is now worried that the service is in trouble due to lack of...
Gerry Browne is looking foward to a peaceful march tomorrow, he says the water charges were the final straw its all the austerity that we have decent ordinary Irish citizens has had enough of.
Nursing Home Beds
May Magee spoke to Joe about her 103 year old uncle John Harkin being moved from one nursing home to another one 12 kilometres away. He will be very upset by the move.
Liveline listeners are worried about delays for the NCT test and the new penalty points for not have an up-to-date NCT.
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