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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

Liveline 25th Feb 2021

2/25/2021
Callers express their concern over the cancellation of scheduled Covid 19 vaccinations. Former Governor of Mountjoy John Lonergan and Alice Leahy, campaigner for the homeless, discuss the case of former solicitors Keith Flynn and Lyndsey Clarke. Tom Maloney tells Joe about the loss of two sons.

Duration:01:10:09

Liveline 24th Feb 2021

2/24/2021
Katie Hannon spoke to Suzanne who had lost her beloved brother in a hit and run. We also heard from Olivia and Gloria who also lost brothers. Freda told Katie about how she had saved the life of a baby Paul wanted to thank a knight in a white van who stopped to help. Emer needs rehab in a swimming pool and hasn't been able to avail of water therapy

Duration:01:09:19

Liveline 23rd Feb 2021

2/23/2021
Callers react to the sentencing Lyndsey Clarke and Keith Flynn for their "elaborately thought out" fraud. Ann Grainger has been in a nursing home for nearly a year. She tells Joe what it was like when her daughter Priscilla brought her dogs in to see her on Sunday. More Elvis fans tell Joe about their memorabilia collections.

Duration:01:09:15

Liveline 22nd Feb 2021

2/22/2021
Formerly of the Miss Ireland organisation, Patrick McLoughney tells Joe why he resigned as 'Director of Miss Limerick and Miss Clare'. Also, Miss Ukraine 2018 explains why she was stripped of her title in 2018. Should the Saturday evening movie on RTÉ One be interrupted by the lotto draw?

Duration:01:10:58

Liveline 19th Feb 2021

2/19/2021
The lockdown is causing problems for people around the country as Pascal called Joe about the parking tickets he has accrued now he has changed his cafe business to delivery. John spoke about his beautiful sister Many who died on Valentine's Day, Jakki, Miss Ireland 1976, called to say that she thinks the rules are outdated.

Duration:01:07:42

Liveline 18th Feb 2021

2/18/2021
Former winners and contestants of the Miss Ireland competition criticise the rules and call for them to be changed. Megan Sims is an Onlyfans content creator. She responds to a letter from another Liveline listener who has serious concerns about their daughter's activities on the platform.

Duration:01:09:56

Liveline 17th Feb 2021

2/17/2021
A contestant in the Miss Ireland pageant withdraws from the competition over a rule which states participants are not allowed to be mothers. Twink shares on views on this and Level 5 restrictions. Callers reminisce on the showband era and The Indians, and Dr JP Dunbar shares his spider expertise.

Duration:01:12:25

Liveline 16th Feb 2021

2/16/2021
John is a driving tester and said that driving tests should be cancelled at last minute due to the cold weather. Niall rang from quarantine in Thailand, and James who is Ireland spoke about the voluntary quarantine he went through.

Duration:01:08:45

LIveline 15th Feb 2021

2/15/2021
GPs talk to Joe about the Covid-19 vaccination rollout. Callers describe being bitten by false widow spiders. Recently bereaved Carrie Haskins and NHS doctor Rachel Clarke give their first-hand experiences of the pandemic. Listeners mark the 50th anniversary of decimalisation.

Duration:01:11:51

ACCESS TO COVID VACCINES AND THE IMPACT OF THE DISEASE

2/12/2021
Following on from yesterday's show and the revelation that not all GPs are willing to administer the covid vaccine, we hear from GPs who stand ready to give the vaccine once it is delivered. Also, callers express concern about the swiftness of the rollout.

Duration:01:09:05

ACCESS TO COVID VACCINES AND THE IMPACT OF THE DISEASE

2/11/2021
Liveline has learned of a GP who is refusing to refer patients for Covid tests and will not administer Covid vaccines. Maureen Lawler tells Joe how its affecting some of Dr Gerard Waters' patients. Fiona Harrison tells Joe about her mother Dolores who died after contracting Covid-19. Callers tell Joe about their wait for the Covid-19 vaccines.

Duration:01:08:48

LONG COVID AND THE VACCINE ROLLOUT

2/10/2021
"Comparing the flu and Covid is like comparing a house cat with tiger" - callers describe what life is like after contracting Covid-19. Other callers, including 102-year-old Beryl Booth, want to know when they'll be contacted about getting their Covid-19 vaccine.

Duration:01:10:37

Long Covid

2/9/2021
Callers tell Joe about suffering the debilitating effects of Long Covid.

Duration:01:05:57

Scam Post

2/9/2021
Shelagh tells Joe about receiving a scam in the post

Duration:00:05:12

Long Covid

2/9/2021
Callers tell Joe about suffering the debilitating effects of Long Covid.

Duration:01:05:57

Scam Post

2/9/2021
Shelagh tells Joe about receiving a scam in the post

Duration:00:05:12

WAR OF THE ROSES

2/8/2021
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, or would it? Florists' businesses have been severely affected under Level 5 restrictions. They're up in arms about supermarkets being allowed to sell flowers at remarkably low prices.

Duration:01:10:01

WAR OF THE ROSES

2/8/2021
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, or would it? Florists' businesses have been severely affected under Level 5 restrictions. They're up in arms about supermarkets being allowed to sell flowers at remarkably low prices.

Duration:01:10:01

Mother and Baby Homes Commission

2/5/2021
Patrick Anderson-McQuoid reacts to the news that Justice Yvonne Murphy has turned down an initial invitation to address an Oireachtas Committee.

Duration:00:13:21

Sheep kill

2/5/2021
Donal Gilroy tells Joe about witnessing the scene of where a sheep was killed by a dog.

Duration:00:05:01