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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

Funny Friday - Galway

6/24/2022
Joe presents the first live Funny Friday in over two years at The Hardiman Hotel, Galway with Franke Forde, June Rodgers, Declan Callis, Sharon Mannion, Ultan Conlon, Packie O'Callaghan and Yann O'Brien.

Duration:01:10:59

Bullying in the Gaeltacht - Victims of bombings during the Troubles

6/23/2022
Andrew and Joanne describe the bullying their children experienced whilst in the Gaeltacht; Stories from those who lost loved-ones in bombings in Dublin, Manchester and Belturbet during the Troubles

Duration:01:10:47

Attacked by Cyclist - Rose Dugdale

6/22/2022
Mark was assaulted by a cyclist. More on Rose Dugdale and her republican activities.

Duration:01:09:59

"Heiress, Rebel, Vigilante, Bomber: The Extraordinary Life of Rose Dugdale" by Sean O'Driscoll

6/21/2022
Discussion about a new biography of Rose Dugdale, who was very active in Provisional IRA campaigns in the 1970's

Duration:01:10:13

Cashless payments in taxis - Losing the Working Family Payment - Phones for prisoners

6/20/2022
Taxi drivers react to the NTA ruling on mandatory cashless payment facilities in all cars; Marie is having sleepless nights worrying about losing the Working Family Payment, because of the cut-off age for her son who is studying medicine; Callers respond to the idea of in-cell telephones being provided for prisoners

Duration:01:11:22

Fake Grass - Bees - Lost 'The Script' T-Shirt

6/17/2022
Listeners give their opinion on fake grass, which is becoming more popular. Karen's son Robert, who has ASD, lost a Script T-Shirt which he bought at their concert this week. Emma spotted a swarm of bees in a public place. She contacted a bee keeping group to have them removed. But before the group arrived someone else had killed the bees.

Duration:01:08:42

Anti-Social Behaviour - Independent Living

6/16/2022
Niamh spoke to us about antisocial behaviour along the Royal Canal in Dublin, Alan appealed for help after the elderly centre he works in had €2000 in cash stolen, and Noreen sparks a conversation about independent living as she gets older.

Duration:01:09:45

Use of Language - Dr. Noel Browne

6/15/2022
Language and how we use it across disciplines. Sue Browne on her father, Dr. Noel Browne.

Duration:01:12:08

Offensive Language - A Good Samaritan - Shingles

6/14/2022
Sinead tells us about a school book that uses a derogatory term for a person with a disability. A good Samaritan came to the aid of Margaret's grandson yesterday. John is recovering from Shingles.

Duration:01:11:14

Gender Identity

6/13/2022
Liveline discusses Trans, Gender Fluidity, LGBTQI+ Rights, Motherhood, Womanhood and abusive language.

Duration:01:09:28

Gender Identity

6/10/2022
Liveline discusses Trans, Gender Fluidity, LGBTQI+ Rights, Motherhood, Womanhood and abusive language.

Duration:01:10:21

Denied access to National Women's Council of Ireland AGM

6/9/2022
Sandra claims she was denied access to the National Women's Council of Ireland AGM today - was it because of advocacy group The Countess's stance on women's biology?

Duration:01:09:42

Pension funds raided - Luggage chaos at Dublin Airport

6/8/2022
Paddy Murray, Paul Gaffney and Pat know only too well the impact of the 2009 government raid on private pension funds; Callers describe how they've been left weeks waiting for their luggage that never makes it into Dublin, while a mountain of luggage builds-up in the Airport Baggage Hall

Duration:01:10:17

Don McLean upcoming Irish concert - Car hire and cost of living

6/7/2022
Don McClean will perform in Ireland later this year but some listeners object to his gig in light of his pro-gun stance; Mary was quoted over €18,000 to hire a car for a week in Ireland while Paul, who is 90, has noticed how much more his shopping is costing.

Duration:01:10:37

War in Ukraine continues - Crafting enthusiasts

6/3/2022
After 3 months silence, it's a relief to hear once again from Olga in Mariupol about what life in the city is like after 100 days of war; Seamus and Tom are passionate about their hobbies - tapestry and cross-stitching

Duration:01:09:30

Online dating

6/2/2022
Callers share their online dating adventures - some with more success than others

Duration:01:09:29

Questions asked about the chaos at Dublin Airport

6/1/2022
Listeners react to the appearance of DAA CEO Dalton Philips before a Joint Oireachtas Committee this afternoon, to answer questions about the current levels of chaos at the airport

Duration:01:09:55

House fires - "Mother Teresa: For The Love of God" on Sky Documentaries

5/31/2022
Emma and Paula had close brushes with death as a result of house fires, while Garret has a warning about leaving dishwashers unattended; Callers gives their reaction to a 3-part documentary on Sky which is a revealing and highly-critical portrait of Mother Teresa

Duration:01:08:32

Crowd chaos at Dublin Airport - Anxiety/panic attacks - Save the Irish Military Museum

5/30/2022
The crowd-control chaos at Dublin Airport continues; Peter's anxiety was triggered by early deaths in his family, Dominic's was a result of his traumatic home life and James's was a result of being kidnapped at gunpoint; William Sullivan has devoted his life to creating the Irish Military Museum in Co Meath, whose future is now in doubt

Duration:01:10:09

Anxiety/panic attacks

5/27/2022
Callers describe the trauma and debilitating terror that comes over you when you suffer a panic attack - whether it's on the motorway or in your sleep

Duration:01:10:08