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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

Buying designer goods for less - intimidated at the cinema - Thomas Clarke family graves and One 4 All gift cards

1/21/2022
No refunds from on-line shops; a story of intimidation at the cinema; Thomas Clarke's family's unmarked graves; One 4 All gift cards

Duration:01:08:13

One 4 All gift cards - OxyContin addiction

1/20/2022
Listeners were surprised to realise the handling charges on One 4 All gift cards; Bill, Rory and Gavin outline their own experiences with the highly-addictive OxyContin

Duration:01:09:51

Stolen electric bikes - The Riordans

1/18/2022
Mostafa and Thomas were both victims of electric bike thefts but Tony makes a kind offer; family and fans of The Riordans remember the iconic tv drama

Duration:01:09:19

Attacks on women

1/17/2022
More on the killing of Ashling Murphy including whether children should observe a minute's silence in school

Duration:01:11:14

Attacks on women

1/14/2022
Listeners continue to share their stories of the seemingly endless nature of assaults and harassment of women

Duration:01:08:39

Attacks on women

1/13/2022
Listeners talk to Katie Hannon about their reaction to the killing of a young woman while out jogging in Tullamore

Duration:01:10:59

Oxycontin and other pain meds - minimum alcohol pricing - cleaning dirty signs - National Lottery

1/12/2022
More discussion around the addictive qualities of Oxycontin; ways of handling the minimum alcohol pricing regulations; Stephen can't resist cleaning dirty road signs; changes to the National Lottery multi-draw option

Duration:01:10:37

OxyContin, Versatis and other pain meds

1/11/2022
Listeners tell us about their experiences taking OxyContin a drug which is highly addictive and has side-effects

Duration:01:10:56

Minimum alcohol pricing - carer hours - Leaving Cert 2022 - unrest in Kazakhstan - dogs not welcome

1/10/2022
Minimum pricing on alcohol continues to cause debate; the cutting of carer hours causing distress to families; what now for Leaving Cert 2022; unrest in Kazakhstan; why are dogs not welcome

Duration:01:10:35

Minimum pricing for alcohol

1/7/2022
Katie Hannon hears listeners reaction to Government legislation introducing minimum pricing for alcohol

Duration:01:09:18

Pope and Animals-Children's Vaccines-Dogs and Airports

1/6/2022
Callers react to the Pope Frances comments saying that having animals over children is selfish. 'Mary' spoke to Katie about the importance of COVID vaccine for children. Mary spoke to Katie about a stranger looking after her dog as she could not take it through Dublin Airport.

Duration:01:08:12

Tradesman,ie-Car Fire -Operation Transformation-Pet Dog Stranded -Hit and Run

1/5/2022
Peter Finn, a builder, doesn't think an advert featuring a 'builder's bum' is appropriate. Antoinette Nash's car went on fire.Sarah has struggled with an eating disorder, Mary's dog is stranded, while Alan and his family were the victims of a hit and run.

Duration:01:11:43

Operation Transfromation-Schools Opening

1/4/2022
Callers call for Operation Transformation to be taken off the air as they believe it is fat shaming. Some callers disagree and believe that it is a great TV show for encouragement and inspiration. Callers discuss the possibility of schools opening amid high cases of COVID 19.

Duration:01:11:10

Little Liveline

12/23/2021
Joe was joined by many Little Liveliners to discuss their favourite books, songs and poetry.

Duration:01:12:39

Self Published Books Day Two

12/22/2021
For the second day of the self published books special Joe reviewed an array of biographies and factual thrillers.

Duration:01:08:21

Self Published Books Day One

12/21/2021
For the first day of the self published books special Joe reviewed an array of historic books and biographies.

Duration:01:08:22

Why I Love Ireland

12/20/2021
Joe was joined by Mark Henry, author of the book 'In Fact An Optimists Guide To Ireland', and joined by callers on why they love Ireland.

Duration:01:10:43

Additional COVID 19 Restrictions-Fire-Attack-Christmas Poem-Green White Orange- Eddie O'Mahony

12/19/2021
Additional COVID 19 Restrictions-Fire-Attack-Christmas Poem-Green White Orange- Eddie O'Mahony.

Duration:01:09:49

Close Schools-Animals give blood-Robbery

12/16/2021
Patricia Fitzpatrick thinks that schools should close tomorrow to act as a Covid circuit breaker. Most listeners disagree. Dog owners tell us about their animals giving blood. Johnny Mooney's brother who is a wheelchair user was robbed.

Duration:01:09:01

Explicit jewellery- Group behind Mercedes Ireland paid €1.8m dividend after getting Covid subsidy-Customs-Bad Customer Service

12/15/2021
Joe spoke to Yvonne who didn't like the message on jewellery, Sarah wanted to complain about the language used in a text from a courier, and Audrey said she was verbally attacked in a shop when she asked a member of staff to wear a mask.

Duration:01:08:39