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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

Cataracts Bus - Scams - Stolen Children

12/2/2021
Cross-border cataracts, stolen babies and scammers.

Duration:01:08:56

Masks in Schools - Missing Persons in Santry

12/1/2021
Jenny and Orla don't want their children to be forced into wearing masks in school. Other callers disagree. Carol Morris was only 16 when her father Albert went missing without a trace. Her call prompts Monica to get in touch to tell Joe about how her mother also left the family home, never to be seen again.

Duration:01:09:39

Christmas Stamps - Hare Coursing - ESB Outages

11/30/2021
Sean Dunne is not happy with An Post who haven't issued a stamp with a nativity scene for the Irish market. Pat Randall objects to the closure of her local park in Millstreet once a year for Hare Coursing. Grainne Walsh says her business will suffer as a result of ESB networks disconnecting her electricity for a whole day for maintenance.

Duration:01:08:16

Bungalow Bliss

11/29/2021
"I think it's horrific, Joe. The whole thing should be pulled off the air,"say Patricia of RTE's new Show "My Bungalow Bliss". "I was offended by the term 'bog standard'," says Danny Tiernan after watching the ad for 'My Bungalow Bliss' due to air on RTÉ One this Wednesday night.

Duration:01:09:44

South African Variant -Covid Restrictions -Trinity College -Insomnia

11/28/2021
On today's show, Joe talked to Khanyo about the new variant in South Africa and parents called in about the difficulty of mask wearing for children with hearing issues.

Duration:01:08:47

Trinity College- 'I'm the Boss of Me: Surviving Infidelity'-Extra Bank Holiday

11/25/2021
Trinity College- 'I'm the Boss of Me: Surviving Infidelity'-Extra Bank Holiday

Duration:01:08:19

Victim of fraud crime-PCR Tests- No Appointments -Nursing Home Costs -Sleeping Problems-National Lottery Funding

11/24/2021
Victim of fraud crime-PCR Tests- No Appointments -Nursing Home Costs -Sleeping Problems-National Lottery Funding

Duration:01:01:40

Irish Lotto 19 Million Roll Over -SS Irish Pine

11/22/2021
Deirdre's Dad thought he had won the jack pot when got 5 numbers in the National lottery but he only got €500. She and other callers ask why? and More stories from The Irish Pine.

Duration:01:08:24

Dangers of online gambling-SS Irish Pine

11/19/2021
Joe spoke to Eoghan who has been struggling with a gambling problem. James and Terry remembered the Irish Pine, which was sunk by a torpedo in 1942.

Duration:01:07:08

No Vans at the front of the golf club-Christmas Jumper Day-Cancelled Communion

11/18/2021
Drivers of commercial vehicles including white vans are not impressed with a golf club in Trim who say such vehicles can't park in front of their club. Students in Limerick, Cork and Galway have been thronging the streets for Xmas jumper day. Not everyone is impressed. Roisin was accosted by some youths in Limerick.

Duration:01:08:30

Traffic Dangers-Mother and baby home redress scheme

11/17/2021
Adam and Wendy describe a 'terrifying' experience on a Bus Éireann journey and Chris, Patrick and Maggie give their reaction to the mother and baby home redress scheme.

Duration:01:07:37

Anti Social behaviour forcing café to close-Tiny Christmas Tree-Inappropriate behaviour- Dating during the pandemic-No work from Thursday

11/16/2021
Frayanks cafe is being forced to move from their Denmark St premises because of anti social behaviour, Maria Cullen ordered a 7ft Christmas tree with remote control lights. But got an 18inch tree instead, Claire Birdi was travelling through Dublin Airport when she says she was "sexualised" at security, dating during COVID and midnight curfew

Duration:01:07:02

COVID in europe-Costly non alcoholic drinks-In College and homeless

11/15/2021
Listeners from around Europe tell Joe what current Covid restrictions are like in their respective countries. John and Roland discuss the puzzling pricing structure of alcohol-free beers and spirits. Arran describes what it's like to a homeless college student.

Duration:01:08:33

Mugging - Home Care - Hospital Transport

11/12/2021
Mary Bermingham and a friend were mugged in Dublin's Phoenix Park yesterday. Frank Greally told Liveline that he too was mugged in Dublin recently. Liveline continued to hear from people struggling to cope with limited home-care hours. Thomas McGregor chats to Joe about not being able to afford transport to see visit his wife in hospital.

Duration:01:09:27

Home Care

11/11/2021
More on the shortage of carers including Andrew who’s 41, has complex needs including incontinence and relies on a neighbour for care.

Duration:01:08:08

Home Care

11/10/2021
Listeners tell Joe about the home care crisis.

Duration:01:07:30

Home Care Staffing - The Odumosu Sisters

11/9/2021
More listeners tell Joe about the home-care crisis. Conor can’t accept job offers because of the lack of appropriate home care hours being provided for him. The Odumosu sisters talk to Joe about being sexually assaulted by their uncle Patrick Caffrey. Caffrey was jailed for 3 years last week for abusing them and their cousin Linda McDonagh.

Duration:01:07:31

Bank Robbery - Fair City - Hobby Partners - Home Care

11/8/2021
Jim talked to Joe about being held at gunpoint during a raid in his bank in Listowel in 1977. Gavin spoke about living with MS and his carer's hours being removed.

Duration:01:07:50

Bank Robbery - Fair City- Hobby Partners - Home Care

11/8/2021
Jim talked to Joe about being held at gunpoint during a raid in his bank in Listowel in 1977. Gavin spoke about living with MS and his carer's hours being removed.

Duration:01:08:54

Retired Detective Garda Martin O'Connor speaks for the first time about the John O'Grady Kidnap

11/5/2021
Retired Detective Garda Martin O'Connor speaks for the first time about the John O'Grady Kidnap - Martin was shot three times in the line of duty on the 5th of November 1987.

Duration:01:08:40