Rosaleen runs a B&B in Carrickmacross. She recently had a very charming guest come to stay. He told her a very plausible story. She was shocked when he stole her car and €350 in cash. She wants to warn other B&B owners. She feels he is targeting elderly B&B owners.
Mary feels that the religious orders should not be forced to pay into the compensation fund for Magdalene Laundry survivors. She has every sympathy for the Magdalene Laundry women but she feels that hte religious orders are being made scapegoats.
Ann, Helen and Sarah tell Damien about the huge price difference they have discovered between the North and South when it comes to medicines and groceries.
Pat was barbequing at the weekend, as he has done frequently in recent times because of the good weather. Suddenly, his gas BBQ went on fire. Luckily he had a fire extinguisher on hand to put it out. He wants to warn people to maintain their gas BBQs. He tells Damien his story.
Rosaleen was the victim of a charming con-man who stayed at her b&b and stole her car
The refusal of 4 religious congregations to contribute to the redress for Magdalene survivors
Comparisons between prices in Tesco and pharmacies north and south of the border
A warning from Pat if you're taking the barbeque out of storage
Martina, Geraldine and David on what seems to be a blasé Irish attitude to litter
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