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Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day. Have you got a story to tell? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. Email joe@rte.ie. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1.45-3pm on RTÉ Radio 1.

Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day. Have you got a story to tell? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. Email joe@rte.ie. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1.45-3pm on RTÉ Radio 1.

Location:

Dublin, Ireland

Networks:

RTE Ireland

Description:

Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day. Have you got a story to tell? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you. Email joe@rte.ie. Listen live Monday to Friday at 1.45-3pm on RTÉ Radio 1.

Language:

English

Contact:

1850 715 815


Episodes

Weever Stings - Irish Map - Frank McCann - The Puck Goat

8/10/2022
Orla was in severe pain from a weever fish sting. Grace noticed a book of maps in which Ireland was listed as United Kingdom. Marian and Esther Leonard live in fear of Frank McCann's release. Patrick is a sculptor who keeps goats and will make a sculpture for Puck Fair.

Duration:01:09:19

Animal Welfare at Puck Fair

8/9/2022
Listeners discuss the suspension of a goat in a heatwave at Puck Fair.

Duration:01:09:24

Bilingual Packaging - The Siege of Jadotville

8/8/2022
Cian believes all products in Ireland should have labels printed in Irish and English.

Duration:01:10:34

1972 Jeyes Womens Football Team - Death of Michael Collins - Missing Square of Chocolate - Jadotville

8/5/2022
In 1972, a team of women football players from the Jeyes Factory went to France for four football matches. Fintan wants to take part in the Liveline 100th Anniversary Special, marking the death of Michael Collins. Rosemary bought a bar of chocolate with a missing square. Noel Carey is the last surviving officer of Jadotville.

Duration:01:12:07

Back From Ukraine

8/4/2022
Bailey has returned from fighting in Ukraine.

Duration:01:10:28

Reaction to Sabina Higgins' Statement

8/3/2022
Listeners react to Sabina Higgins' statement regarding her letter.

Duration:01:11:55

Sabina Higgins' Letter

8/2/2022
Listeners discuss Sabina Higgins' letter about the war in Ukraine.

Duration:01:10:17

Coercive Control - Wagatha Christie Songs & Limericks - Grottos - One-Eyed Driving

7/29/2022
More listeners tell us how they've been subject to coercive control in their relationships. Listeners write ditties and poems in response to the "Wagatha Christie" verdict. Bernard tells us about anti-social behaviour at his local grotto in Enniscorthy. Ian Molan can't renew his truck licence because he's lost the sight in one eye.

Duration:01:06:43

Liveline: Coercive Control Correspondence

7/28/2022
A series of e-mails received by listeners who have experienced coercive control.

Duration:00:09:37

Coercive Control/Mistaken HSE Letter/The Kindness Of Strangers/Scams

7/28/2022
E-mails from survivors are read on air. Johnny receive a letter from HSE declaring that he had received a 1 Million Euro contract. Catherine witnessed two men saving another man at the Grand Canal. Helen was convinced to download an app to her phone.

Duration:01:08:48

Coercive Control - Anti-social Behaviour - E-Scooters

7/27/2022
Domestic abuse survivors send in their stories and David explains how his mother was controlled by his father. Charles explains how he was intimidated and threatened on the train from Sligo to Dublin. Ben was knocked down by an electric scooter, breaking his arm in three places.

Duration:01:08:27

Shoe Repair Shop Closure - Ukrainian Community Centre - Irish Flag - Rip-Off Ireland

7/26/2022
John's shoe repair shop is closing tomorrow and he needs help in moving his machinery. Harry Crosbie is looking for a space to house a Ukrainian Community Centre. Bríd is appalled by the state of the Irish flag at Cherbourg port. John was charged €10.50 for a bottle of cider.

Duration:01:10:48

Barry Kenny of Iarnród Éireann responds to callers

7/25/2022
Following issues on trains to Bray AIr Show at the weekend, Barry Kenny of Iarnród Éireann responds to criticism from callers.

Duration:01:09:46

Cashless AIB - Buzzards - Confiscated ID - Waterford Drug Paraphernalia - Campervan Update -

7/22/2022
Mary is delighted that AIB have reversed their plan to remove cash services. Brendan has been attacked twice by buzzards while running. Siobhan's daughter had a passport taken from her . Darragh spotted drug paraphernalia in Waterford City. Paulie has got insurance for his campervan and is going to Duncannon this evening.

Duration:01:11:34

Biker Tragedy - Lost & Found - Liveline Updates

7/21/2022
Emma tells us about the tragic death of her father who was on a motorbike holiday in Ireland.

Duration:01:09:28

Guide Dog Discrimination - Campervan Insurance -

7/20/2022
Orla wasn't able to travel on a bus with her guide dog because they require 48 hours' notice. Melissa's family have converted a truck into a campervan for their son who has a disability. But they cannot get insurance. Ryan's son was the victim of a tractor rage incident. Jerry was in the Civil Defence at the time of Bloody Friday.

Duration:01:09:01

Dirty Beaches - Whiskey Passport - Potato Milk - Bloody Friday

7/19/2022
Eoin describes the mess left at Burrow Beach and looks for volunteers to help him clean it up. Loxi contrasts the promotion of whiskey by the government with the minimum unit pricing on cheaper alcohol. Derek believes the production of potato milk might be beneficial to the environment.

Duration:01:11:02

Lost Luggage - Whiskey Passport - Stalking

7/18/2022
Lorraine saw an email address on a waylaid bag at Dublin Airport and contacted the grateful passenger. Emma is dismayed by an ad for a whiskey passport. Shelagh Fogarty of LBC describes how she was stalked for years.

Duration:01:11:23

ADHD

7/15/2022
Listeners tell us about their recent ADHD diagnoses.

Duration:01:10:23

GAA Split-Season - Fires in Portugal/Climate Change

7/14/2022
John is sad and angry about the new GAA split-season model. Rebecca is on holidays in Quinta do Lago where she came face-to-face with wildfires.

Duration:01:10:04