Liveline-logo

Liveline

RTE Ireland

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

Menopause

5/12/2021
Women's health specialist Dr Deirdre Lundy joins Joe in studio to answer listeners questions about menopause.

Duration:01:11:11

Menopause

5/11/2021
Continuing on from yesterdays programme we hear from more women going through the menopause

Duration:01:11:18

Hospital Food - Menopause

5/10/2021
Kellie who is currently in hospital due to her long condition and thinks the food is inedible. Other callers rang to say that the food they had eaten was also terrible. We also returned to the menopause with stories from more women about the toll it has taken on their lives and their body.

Duration:01:10:54

Menopause

5/7/2021
Continuing on from yesterdays programme we hear from more women going through the menopause

Duration:01:10:36

Menopause

5/6/2021
Continuing on from yesterdays programme we hear from more women going through the menopause

Duration:01:11:31

Losing Bike Tender - Going Through the Menopause

5/5/2021
We talked about a local bike business in Co Offaly at the Lugh Boora bog where one man has been hiring out bikes for 11 years. He lost the tender on Friday to another company from Dublin. We also talked to women about the menopause and all the different symptoms women are forced to endure.

Duration:01:13:15

Anti Social Behavior - Children Exposed to Explicit Language - Rip Offs and Deals in Ireland

5/4/2021
Mick describes anti-social behavior in Howth. Michelle’s nine-year-old daughter is exposed to disturbing and explicit language by a friend. Callers discuss holiday rip offs and deals around the country this summer.

Duration:01:10:31

Carvan, Car Chase and Smile

4/30/2021
Actor Phelim Drew lost €7,000 when he paid for a caravan that never arrived. He wants to warn people about "M.J. Caravan Sales Ltd", a company based, they say, in Tamworth in the UK, Mick McGarr tells Joe about a road incident involving a horse box van and Tim Buckley can't smile. This is due to a birth defect in his jaw muscles.

Duration:01:08:08

MId Term Breaks - The New Relationships and Sexuality Programme in Schools

4/29/2021
Caroline is dismayed that her child's primary school is closed next week. She thinks children have already missed too much schooling during the pandemic. Catherine objects to the new Relationships and Sexuality programme in schools. She says there's too much of the catholic ethos in the programme.

Duration:01:11:07

Everyday Sexism - Joe Walsh Tours - Car Insurance - Chartered Accountants - Hacked Instagram Account

4/28/2021
Lauren is asked by a colleague to change out of her ‘distracting’ shorts. Siobhan tries to get her classic car insured. Fidelma has her instagram hacked. Customers respond to the closure of Joe Walsh Tours. Noel is hit with an insurance levy for retirees. Jackie and Gerard criticise Chartered Accountants Ireland’s handling of recent exams

Duration:01:12:58

Chartered Accounting Examines

4/27/2021
Students who sat, or tried to sit, the Chartered Accountants of Ireland botched AAFRP exam last Saturday talk to Joe about their experiences.

Duration:01:12:57

Government Funding For The Church - Scooters on the M50 - Replica Guns

4/26/2021
A priest has suggested that the Government should financially compensate churches for the money they've had to spend on broadcasting masses. John spotted a scooter on a busy interchange, in heavy traffic near the M50 on Friday.A shop in Finglas is selling replica guns.

Duration:01:12:14

Laws to Stop Private Betting on The Lotto - Missing Post - Anti Social Behaviour - Mix Ups

4/23/2021
Laws to Stop Private Betting on The Lotto - Missing Post - Anti Social Behaviour - Mix Ups

Duration:01:10:59

Unisex Toilets

4/22/2021
Lynne Tracey whose transgender daughter was provided with a gender-neutral bathroom in her mixed school, "It's a retrograde move on the part of the Department of Education," says campaigner Laoise Uí Aodha de Brún who contacted Joe about the Department's 'School Design Guide' which she says spells the end of single-sex toilet facilities in schools

Duration:01:11:13

Plaque for Victims of Irish Political Strife - Free Sanitary Products - Stalking - Recovering From Surgery & Hotel Quarantine

4/21/2021
Barry wants a plaque erected in memory of Judith Cooke who was murdered by the IRA in 1976 alongside British Ambassador Christopher Ewart-Biggs. Marian has some misgivings about a retailer's initiative to provide customers with free sanitary products. Karen talks about being a victim of stalking. Florence heads to Turkey for gastric sleeve surgery

Duration:01:12:03

Iarnrod Enda

4/20/2021
Listeners are divided about Enda Kenny's TV programme, Iarnrod Enda.

Duration:01:12:32

Consumed by Conspiracy Theories - What are Essential Shops

4/19/2021
Former alt-right film maker Caolan Robertson is speaking out about how he helped to radicalize people. Ciaran Fitzpatrick owns Banba Toymaster on Mary Street in Dublin City. He's been closed for 16 weeks and he's pleading with other retailers to stop selling toys.

Duration:01:12:35

Lewd Act Making Headlines - Road Rage - Liveline Listeners Share Quizzing Advice

4/16/2021
A lewd act performed by a priest features in an advertisment in today's Herald newspaper. Some listeners aren't happy and say it's another cheap shot at the church. Gary was in a van which was flagged down by another motorist. A melee resulted. More on why people are playing board games and quizzes during lockdown.

Duration:01:12:52

Covid Vunerable in Hospital - Medical Cards and Dentist - Scrabble Removing Words

4/15/2021
Peter’s mother is seriously ill in hospital on a public ward. She says another patient’s family were allowed into the ward to say their goodbyes. Audrey tells Joe about the shortage of dentists treating patients on the medical card system. Scrabble champions from around Ireland tell Joe about the game makers’ decision to ban a list of 400 words.

Duration:01:12:05

Knocked off a Bike - Eating Disorders

4/14/2021
Joe spoke to John, from yesterday's show. John had been physically pushed off his bike by a man leaning out of his car. Today, we had discovered video which had been shared on social media of the men in the car. Ed spoke about his bulimia and we heard from other callers who talked about their relationship with food.

Duration:01:11:15