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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

Playground Swing Injury- Woman plans to appeal case -Nude Auditions -Missing Xmas Pudding appears in Canada -John Charles Mc Quaid

10/15/2021
Susan lost her court case after she broke her ankle on a child's swing. Actor Tom Ward-Thomas was asked to strip nude in an audition tape. Billy Doran's posted his Xmas pudding, to his sister in Cavan, but it ended up in Canada and Author Clara Cullen has written about John Charles McQuaid after getting access to his huge archive of letters.

Duration:01:09:33

Should We Fully Relax Restrictions?-Contraception

10/14/2021
Callers spoke to Joe, airing caution around fully relaxing restrictions next week, amid a sudden rapid growth in COVID19. Callers shared their contraception stories.

Duration:01:10:33

Free Contraception

10/13/2021
Today Joe spoke to callers about the budgetary announcement that contraception will be free for women between the ages of 17 and 25.

Duration:01:07:23

Canal Knife Attack-Unfair comparison?

10/11/2021
Pete was forced to jump into the canal backwards and swim to safety after he was threatened at knife point in Dublin last night. Liveline callers debate with Fr Roy Donovan who compared the Catholic Church to the Taliban over its discrimination and exclusion of women from ordination, decision-making and governance.

Duration:01:07:19

UK Truck Driver Shortage-School Costs

10/8/2021
Irish truck drivers say they won't work in the UK because the conditions are so poor. Cormac's granddaughter has to take her coat off her when she reaches the school gates because it doesn't have the school crest on it.

Duration:01:09:38

To play or not to play?

10/6/2021
Irish soccer international Callum Robinson is not vaccinated from Covid 19. Callers discuss if he should be part of the Irish team travelling to Baku this week.

Duration:00:50:59

Ambulance Wait Times -Wexford Racial Attack-Sold: The Eircom Shares Saga - What a difference two weeks make

10/5/2021
Callers discuss ambulance waiting times, Dane Tadgh told Joe about a horrific racist attack in Wexford, Eddie and Breda, who bought shares in Eircom reacted to the latest documentary looking back at the story and Joe checks in with Dublin Fire Brigade, District Officer, Peter Navan who is about to Marry his Fiancée Carmel tomorrow.

Duration:01:09:49

Car crash inquest -Stolen money- House fire rescue- Women in danger- Bucket List Trip

10/1/2021
Car crash inquest // Stolen money // House fire rescue // Women in danger // Bucket List Trip

Duration:01:10:36

Good news / Bad news-A place called Home-'My daughter will never know the love of her mother'-Time sensitive surgery cancelled

9/30/2021
Good news / Bad news-A place called Home-'My daughter will never know the love of her mother'-Time sensitive surgery cancelled

Duration:01:10:17

Extra Bank Holiday-Facial Disfigurement-Fair Deal

9/29/2021
Imelda May calls for a the introduction of a new national public holiday, "Brigid's Day". Tom Hickey and Liam Soffe talk to Joe about the negative portrayal of people with facial disfigurement in movies and Jane McNulty calls Liveline from her nursing home where she's struggling to manage her finances under the Fair Deal Scheme.

Duration:01:09:32

Baby Sleeping Aids-Lost Package-Disabled-access at concerts-Roadside Rubbish

9/28/2021
Ciaran O'Donovan rasied concerns about a baby sleeping nest he bought, litter picker Lucia who told us about her local litter louts. And Anne Marie spoke about disabled-access at concerts.

Duration:01:10:38

Brutal attack on pet-Spider bite-Dog grounded-School bullying -Surviving a plane crash

9/27/2021
Karen's dog went missing, she recounts finding her dead and discarded, 'There was a line of venom', Virginia describes the effects of a spider bite on her husband, Sinead can't fly out of Ireland with her dog, Chris Sherlock was bullied in school and Eugene O'Sullivan was the pilot of a plane that crash landed.

Duration:01:10:54

Small Plane Crash- Covid contract tracing in schools-brain tumor urgency- smoking an addiction

9/24/2021
Damien spoke to Ger who was the first responder to Carnsore Point, Niamh and Samantha spoke about the loss of COVID contact tracing in schools, Paula spoke to Damien about her daughter who is waiting at Beaumont Hospital to see a consultant and Callers spoke to Damian about the difficulty of giving up smoking.

Duration:01:08:45

Housing-Making friends on a Pilgrimage-Smoking

9/23/2021
Callers continue their discussion on the housing issue with Damien. Fr Richard Geoghegan is looking to get in touch with people he met on a Pilgrimage in Medjugorje and Callers discussing patients smoking on hospital grounds.

Duration:01:09:34

Couch Surfing at 50

9/22/2021
Jessica Freed is in her 50s, a professional actor, and is couch surfing for the past year, unable to find anywhere to rent. She is not alone.

Duration:01:10:52

Peter tells us why he hates Mondays- Screen time-Drone invasion

9/21/2021
Peter and his tale of paperwork hell. Parents and students of Trinity College Dublin want to return to the classroom and are annoyed some of the lectures are recordings from the last academic year. Aoife describes how a walk with her children was disrupted by a drone over head and Sean was pulled from a lake by his grandson Callum.

Duration:01:10:02

Vodafone Advert- Stolen Trike- 'The Plane that nearly made it'

9/20/2021
Joe talked to Christina who believed that the new Vodafone advert was encouraging bad parenting and that phones are a substitute for communication within families. Other callers agreed with her. And Derek wants his stolen adult trike back.

Duration:01:08:38

Working from home-A little retail respect!-A home of my own-A desire to die with dignity-Lighting strikes twice- Death of Clive Sinclair

9/17/2021
Mary's friend has worked successfully from home since the pandemic, Siobhan works in retail and says customers have become insufferable. Janet and her husband are looking for a mortgage, Celine' brother has 6 months to live and needs a chair lift, lightning strikes twice and death of Clive Sinclair.

Duration:01:11:05

Should Michael D attend Northern Ireland Mass?-Government delays Americas Cup Bid-Out Of Body Experience-Good Samaritan-Where have all the b

9/16/2021
Callers discussed if Michael D Higgins should attend a mass commemorating 100 years of the Northern Ireland. Michael Horgan spoke about his disappointment that Cork may not host Americas 2024. Carmel had an out of body experience and Martin Ryan on his Near Death Experience. Síle is looking for a good Smartian and Paddy is looking for Sparrows.

Duration:01:09:30

Club Foot-Housing Crisis

9/15/2021
More on people with club feet and one foot shorter than the other. Housing Crisis: Joanne and her family are paying €1600 rent per month. They have to leave their current house but the cheapest rent they can get is €3000 per month.

Duration:00:45:26