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Liveline Wednesday 10 July 2013

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly

RTE presenter Sean Ban Breathnach spoke to Damien about his near drowning at Spanish Point in Clare last monday.

Callers were annoyed at the cost of visiting the Cliffs of Moher , others felt the attraction was good value.

The vote tonight on the Protection of life during pregnancy bill in the Dail was discussed .

There was a further discussion on the quality of ambulance services including the air ambulance service. 

Keith Stacey and other volunteers run a BMX cycling track in Cherry Orchard in Dublin. He fears the track may close for lack of funding. 

Safety on the water

Safety on the water

Sean Bán Breathnach describes how lifeguards saved him from drowning

Entrance fees to natural beauty spots

Entrance fees to natural beauty spots

Should we have to pay to view places of natural beauty like the Cliffs of Moher?

Votes of conscience

Votes of conscience

Views on politicians like Lucinda Creighton of Fine Gael voting with their conscience

Bike track in jeopardy

Bike track in jeopardy

The future of the BMX bike track in Cherry Orchard in jeopardy through lack of funding

Emergency services

Emergency services

Phil is grateful to the air ambulance service for saving her husband's life; Kevin is an emergency service paramedic

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