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    Tuesday 19th February 2013



    Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy.

    Who was the first person to be shot during the 1916 Easter Rising? Jimmy Murphy is adapting the book "Rebels" by Ferghal McGarry for the Abbey theatres 1916 commemoration and he is looking for the definitive answer.

    The Constitutional Convention has voted in favour of amending Article 41.2, which places special emphasis on the role of women in the home. The Liveline listeners discuss.


    Deaths in the 1916 Rising

    Jimmy Murphy, playwright, is investigating the death of children in the 1916 Rising


    Women and the Irish Constitution

    A debate on the Constitutional reference to 'women in the home' - is it outdated and time it was replaced?


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