Una is waiting 2 years for an operation on her back.
Carmel's son Alan died 2 years ago when the breaks on his motorbike failed. Carmel suggests that all motor bikes be subjected to mandatory NCT style tests.
Storm Ophelia Aftermath
In the wake of Ex-Hurricane Ophelia, Paddy says all trees near roads and dwellings should be felled.
While politicians insist they are treating the pension loophole with urgency, our listeners tell us they have been ignored on the issue for a number of years.
As Ophelia hits Ireland - Gerry Murphy of Met Éireann joined Joe in studio. We also heard from callers all around Ireland with regional updates.
Susie Long/Two-Tier Health System
Susie Long/Two-Tier Health System
Edward O'Sullivan bought into 'OneCoin' - a multi level marketing scheme. Now he's been excluded from the scheme and he's trying to get his money back. He told Joe his story.
Philip, Marian, Miriam and John called Liveline to give their reaction to Budget 2018.
Emma's hospital records have been mixed up and merged with those of her twin sister. She told Joe about the stress of having to prove her identity every time she attends an appointment.
Hollywood actress Fionnula Flanagan talked to Joe about working with disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein. Joining her was musical theatre star Rebecca Storm who said the music industry has always been full of 'Harvey Weinsteins' for young people trying to make it in the business.
Also today, we heard from customers of 'A Hand Tailored Suit'. Gertrude tells Joe that her husband's suit never arrived in time for their wedding.
On today's programme Grainne told Joe about her son who died by suicide this summer. Her son was an adult and as such Grainne was not privy to his records prior to his death. Mother and son, Marie and Jordan both spoke to Joe. Jordan described himself as 'a very angry child'. Both tell Joe how they coped.
Collapsed at Abbey
Collapsed at Abbey
Richard's wife has been in hospital for over two months. He feels that some nurses are not as attentive as they should be. Nurses didn't agree.
Joanne Cronolly is desperate to get her passport back so she can return to Australia. Her case was taken from a train by mistake. Catriona has found herself stranded in Ireland as her Canadian documentation was not acceptable due to a rule change.
After hearing about how Baileys was invented in the 1970s, Bernadette, Wendy and Mo called Liveline to tell Joe about their own inventions.
Harry found himself €3,000 out of pocket when his landline was hacked.
Leah and Philip were two of four people who won a karaoke competition and an opportunity to sing live on RTE's The Late Late Show. They talked about their disappointment at learning they'd been dropped from the line-up.
Patrick described witnessing an assault against a woman in Maynooth this morning. Stella called Liveline to tell Joe about being mugged in Dublin city centre. She was surprised that no one immediately stopped to help. Reg talked about being pick pocketed at the Ploughing Championships.
Sheila Daly is a professional musician whose oboe was stolen from her house.
Looking for Nurse
In 1994 in Holland, Karen Thompson suffered burns to one third of her body and was a month in hospital. She is trying to trace the Irish nurse who looked after her.
North American Visas
Caroline's trip to Canada was scuppered when her husband failed to get an ETA. They never found out why. Karen Duffy had issues with the English proficiency test for her visa.
Mick Byrne runs a reputable mattress company but the market is being flooded by 'recovered' mattresses being sold as 'new'
Pat was falsely accused of being on a sex register's list in the UK. His life was turned upside down.
Las Vegas Mass Shooting
As the enormity of the massacre in Las Vegas unfolded, Darren Benjamin of McMullan's Irish Pub gave Joe an update.
Josie had a bike stolen, while Liam reckoned the bike he was trying to buy was stolen.
Son in Accident
Greta Fogerty's son Sean was in an accident in 2013 and is quadriplegic as a result. He spent time in the UK in recovery and, thankfully, is now back at university.
Fr Tim Hazelwood is still dealing with the trauma of having been wrongly accused of sexual abuse many years after the false accusations. Callers called in support of Fr Tim.
Grave Not Dug
Mourners at a Wicklow funeral were left waiting for over an hour after they discovered the grave had not been dug in time. Wendy Cody told Joe about the added stress which was brought on ahead of her late father's burial.
Noel Cocoman told Joe about the French leaseback scheme which has come under scrutiny in recent months. Noel estimates that around 300 Irish buyers have lost significant amounts of money.
Luke Kelly Statue
Gerry Hunt told Joe about raising nearly €40,000 to commission his own statue of Luke Kelly.
Brother in Accident
Karen McNamara's brother Anthony was in a serious accident in England three months ago. His family want to bring him home to Ireland to continue his care and rehabilitation. Karen told Joe about the difficulties they've been facing.
Christy Swannick spent 20 years building up his refrigeration business. This morning he discovered that all of his tools worth between €40,000 and €60,000 had been stolen.
Charlotte and Patricia bought mattresses online at bargain prices. They think they've been conned.
Should the voting age be lowered to 16? We hear a range of arguments for and against.
Holly McLoughlin's husband, corporal Dermot McLoughlin, was killed while on peacekeeping duty in Israel in 1987. The Israeli defence minister expressed his regret at the killing.
Broadcaster Mike Murphy told Joe about his decision to travel to Israel with a Palestinian tour company.
Kidney Cancer Drug
Bernie Marron's husband Peter Milne has kidney cancer and doctors say he would benefit from a drug called nivolumab. Bernie contacted Liveline to tell Joe about how red tape is preventing Peter from receiving it.
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