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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

Road Rage & Taxis - Smyths Toy Store

12/2/2022
Valerie was shouted at by other drivers when her car broke down. Michelle noticed that a trampoline jumped in price by €100 at Smyths and other callers share their memories of the original Claremorris store.

Duration:01:09:13

St. Vincent De Paul - Free Bus Pass? - Couriers - Influencers Promoting Fertility Clinics

12/1/2022
John queries giving bank details to St. Vincent De Paul. Owen has a Free Travel pass but still has to pay €2 to book a seat with Bus Eireann. Elaine wants couriers to be careful where they leave deliveries. Catriona doesn't think private fertility clinics should use influencers to promote their services.

Duration:01:06:38

Bottle Deposit Returns - Fertility Clinics & Influencers

11/30/2022
Retailer Tony is not ready for this initiative. Jennifer discusses influencers linking with fertility clinics. Clinics are not regulated here and why are fertility clinics monetising IVF?

Duration:01:06:51

Winter in Dublin - Cashless GAA - Postpartum Haemorrhaging

11/29/2022
Failte Ireland's advert for Winter in Dublin has annoyed christians because it doesn't mention Xmas. Ann wants the GAA to review their policy of not accepting cash when attending games. Jim had to carry his haemorrhaging wife to his car and then to hospital because no ambulance was available.

Duration:01:07:49

Electrician's Bum - Roy Keane & Qatar

11/28/2022
Tom turned away an electrician because his trousers were hanging low. Callers share their views on Qatar holding the World Cup and Roy Keane's comments on this subject live on air.

Duration:01:07:52

It's Funny Friday

11/25/2022
Listen back as Joe is joined by a host of guests at The Hodson Bay Hotel in Athlone. Keyboard Ivan McKenna with Comedians June Rogers, Doc Savage, Frank Forde, Frank Twomey, Declan Callis, Packie O'Callaghan & Seamus O'Rourke

Duration:01:08:34

Taxi Phone Scam - Electric Scooters - Cystic Fibrosis drug Kaftrio - Difficulties Changing Bank

11/24/2022
Matthew discusses a Taxi Phone Scam. Lisa's experience with out of control electric scooters. Emma & Eilish tell us about their children with Cystic Fibrosis. While Fanchea remembers her daughter Emma she lost to Cystic Fibrosis. Hertha is trying to change bank but can't find a bank to take her without having an internet connection.

Duration:01:08:04

Cystic Fibrosis

11/23/2022
Gráinne has two kids with Cystic Fibrosis who are waiting to receive a life changing drug.

Duration:01:08:45

Dog Attacks - Abuse Cases

11/22/2022
Stephen tells us about how his dog Clyde was killed by a pair of Alsatians. Author David Nolan, a victim of abuse himself, talks about his investigation.

Duration:01:07:56

Dog Attacks - Dating

11/21/2022
Seamus tells Katie about the traumatic experience when his dog was killed by other dogs. Fearghal Harrington, CEO of Intro Dating, tells Katie about the current state of dating in Ireland

Duration:01:09:29

Falls & Ambulances - The Spiritans & Restorative Justice

11/18/2022
Aine and Catherine retell incidents involving falls. Victims of abuse at the hands of Spiritan priests tell their stories and discuss restorative justice. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:09:37

GPO Anti Social Behaviour - The Walker Brother's In Cavan - The Spiritans Abuse

11/17/2022
Callers discuss the anti social behaviour they are witnessing inside and outside the GPO on O'Connell Street Eileen remembers meeting The Walker Brothers in Co. Cavan in the 60's Stephen reacts to the news of a Restorative Justice programme after The Spiritans Abuse scandal. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:08:12

The Spiritans - Reaction to Press Conference & Apology

11/16/2022
Survivors of abuse at Spiritan schools react to the press conference and apology issued today. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:07:32

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Pt. 6 / New Gambling Legislation

11/15/2022
Ed was abused as an altar boy in Canada. Listeners react to the new gambling legislation. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:08:20

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Pt. 5 / Tribute to Vicky Phelan

11/14/2022
Elvis was abused by Fr. Maloney in Sierra Leone. Maria reads a poem she has written in tribute to Vicky Phelan. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:06:45

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Scandal Pt. 4

11/11/2022
Finbar was sexually abused while he was a student at Willow Park. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:09:21

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Scandal Pt. 3

11/10/2022
Michael tells his story of being sexually abused at Willow Park School. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:07:32

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Part 2

11/9/2022
Aidan and Edward share their stories of being sexually abused at Dublin's Blackrock college in the 1970s. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:07:21

The Spiritans - Child Sex Abuse Scandal Part 1

11/8/2022
Sexual abuse survivor, Stephen, tells his story of child sexual abuse at Willow Park & Blackrock College in the 1970's. https://about.rte.ie/ie/helplines/

Duration:01:09:08

The Poppy - To Wear or Not To Wear?

11/7/2022
Callers share their opinions on what the poppy represents and whether Irish people should wear it.

Duration:01:09:45