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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

Millipedes & Gnats - Iran Protests - Jerome O'Leary

9/27/2022
Presented by Katie Hannon

Duration:01:09:30

Coeliac Disease - Leaving Without Paying - Protests in Iran

9/23/2022
Lauren's 6 year old daughter is coeliac and finds salads are her only option when visiting restaurants. More stories from business owners about customers leaving without paying. Iranians tell us about what's happening in their country at the moment.

Duration:01:10:47

Live from the Ploughing Championships

9/22/2022
Joe presents the show live from the Ploughing Championships alongside June Rodgers, Declan Callis, Doc Savage, Packie O'Callaghan, Frank Twomey, Anne Gildea, Mike Denver & Yann O'Brien.

Duration:01:09:46

Dead Gannets - Wrong Account Transfer - Gardaí dealing with troubled communities - Lack Of G.P.s

9/21/2022
Frank discovered dead gannets on a beach in Ballyferriter. Fifi transferred money to Eir accidentally. Several gardai tell of their experiences dealing with joyriding and other anti-social behaviour. Jane is unable to find a G.P in Sligo.

Duration:01:08:55

Cherry Orchard Joyriding - The €10k Virgin Media Deposit - Ticket Insurance - Lead Type Letterpress

9/20/2022
Andrew witnessed joyriders ramming a Garda car in Cherry Orchard. Nicola's mother gave the wrong bank account details to receive a social welfare lump sum. Georgina had bought insurance for Abba Voyage tickets but, following tragic events, could no longer attend. Tor is looking for accented letters for her lead type letterpress.

Duration:01:09:25

Staff Out Of Pocket - Irish Civil War - Missing Football Player - Carer's Allowance

9/19/2022
Louise's daughter is a waitress and was forced to pay for an unpaid meal by diners. Victor's grandfather was in the firing squad of Erskine Childers. John Moore is searching for an elusive player from his 1972's school football team. Lisa was unable to receive carer's allowance and is struggling.

Duration:01:08:02

Cost Of Living Crisis - Accommodation Scams - A Queen's Queue - Chiropody Service Shortage

9/16/2022
Lynda has lost her carer's allowance due to being three euro over the threshold. Andrew thought he had booked accommodation before he arrived in Ireland. But it was a scam. Mourners continue to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II with long queues. Margaret is diabetic and cannot get chiropody services on her medical card.

Duration:01:10:28

Accessible Community Transport - Limerick GAA Jerseys - Motorbikes - Scything

9/15/2022
Alex is distraught that ACTS (Accessible Community Transport for South Dublin) is not going to exist anymore. Mary thinks the new Limerick Jersey is too expensive. Paul had a life-changing accident on his motorbike. Chris is looking for help in tracking down a specific scyther.

Duration:01:07:15

The Brightness of LED Billboards - Deansgrange Cemetery - Aslan Cancel 40th Anniversary Show

9/14/2022
Diana is irritated by a new LED Billboard which projects directly into her house. Susan is upset by the decision that a cycle path will be created next to where her son is buried. Aslan have cancelled their 40th Anniversary show due to illness.

Duration:01:08:04

Barbie Dreamhouse - Motorbike Tests - Cat Murder

9/13/2022
Jenna spotted a Barbie Dream House on a Smyth's Toy Store catalogue for €329.99, €75 more than the same house in the retail store. Listeners share their memories of their motorbike tests. Finola's cat was killed brutally.

Duration:01:09:53

Cancelled Aer Lingus Flights

9/12/2022
Listeners call in about their cancelled Aer Lingus flights.

Duration:01:09:53

Memories of Queen Elizabeth II

9/9/2022
Listeners share their memories of Queen Elizabeth II.

Duration:01:08:07

Queen Elizabeth II - Citizens Information Memo - Booker Prize Elitism

9/8/2022
Betty is worried about Queen Elizabeth II's health. Ralph has seen a memo from the Citizen's Information Service. Jean is annoyed by the Director of the Booker Prize Foundation's elitist attitude.

Duration:01:09:58

Energy Costs & Reduced Shop Opening Hours - Citizens Information

9/7/2022
Tony thinks all shops should close at 8pm. Fergus is a volunteer at Citizens Information in Kilkenny but feels his skills have been reduced down to the role of a receptionist.

Duration:01:09:32

Energy Costs of Medical Equipment - Steel Mystery Solved - Pronouncing Names - Citizens Information Staff

9/6/2022
Lorraine's son Callum is on home dialysis. She is worried about looming energy costs and outages. The steel which was left in front of Dave's house has been collected. Muireann Kyeyune believes people should try harder to pronounce people's names correctly. Paid Citizens Information staff describe the changes within the organization.

Duration:01:12:18

Mystery Steel - Electricity - Citizens Information Service

9/5/2022
Last week 4 steel girders were left in Dave's front garden. He doesn't know where they came from. John, who is a farmer, wants the ESB to pay him for the electricity poles they have erected on his land. More on the Citizens Information Service.

Duration:01:11:26

Rental Crisis - Citizens Info

9/2/2022
Rachel received a curious response from a prospective landlord. Nora Owen was a founding volunteer of the Malahide Branch.

Duration:01:11:34

Citizens Information

9/1/2022
More discussion on why volunteers at the Citizens Information Service are being downgraded.

Duration:01:09:58

Citizens Information Volunteers

8/31/2022
Mary has been a volunteer at Citizens Information for over ten years but the model of the service is changing, so she will no longer be volunteering there.

Duration:01:11:56

Cost Of Living Rises - Lollipop People - Peter Orr

8/30/2022
Geraldine's electricity bill has gone up over 400%. Mary is looking forward to getting back to work with the new school year but is worried about e-scooters. Michael Fisher was a student of Jesuit Priest, Peter Orr.

Duration:01:10:30