Liveline Wednesday 29 March 2017
Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy
Gina is a psychic. She criticised new regulations introduced this week which prevent psychics and fortune tellers from advertising on TV and radio unless it's clear that the service is for entertainment purposes only. Believers and non-believers debated the new rules and whether people can actually communicate with the dead.
University student Louise Hassan cares for her 19 year old daughter who has autism. This week she received a letter from the Department of Social Protection cutting off her carer's allowance. She told Joe about how a call from Liveline reversed their decision.
Billy's daughter was distraught to find that her car keys had been taken and her car stolen while she was still at home. He called Liveline with his story.
Mary is sick of the banks and their continued efforts to push customers online.
Joe and Celia contacted Liveline to tell listeners about the varying levels of personal injury insurance in place in children's sports clubs.
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