John was a tour guide at No. 29 Fitwilliam Street along with 27 others. The ESB are now planning to make the house self guided. John tells Joe how the tour guides tried to save their jobs.
Keith's son was in Supermacs in Loughrea in Galway last Friday. He nearly choked on a burger and passed out, other diners performed CPR. McDonagh, CEO of Supermacs assures Keith that his staff are trained in CPR.
Michael travelled a lot in Serbia about 12 years ago, he said he was pulled over regularly by policy officers demanding "fines".
Tour guides at No 29 Fitzwilliam Street explain why they've been let go and why it's a loss to Irish tourism and heritage
Keith's son collapsed after choking at Supermac's; Jennifer's husband was saved by the quick-thinking of Tesco staff
Michael and Penelope aren't surprised at stories of being shaken-down by the authorities in the Balkans
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