Ronnie is irish and has lived in Egypt for a number of years. Adel lives in Cairo. They speak to Joe about the unfolding situation and the continuing curfew in Egypt.
Deborah's mother has had recent spells in hospital. Deborah talks about her unhappiness with the food she was served during those stays.
Peter recently returned from the UK after 17 years with little money but a determination to re-establish himself in Ireland. He tells Joe about his frustration with getting support from social welfare.
More stories about the rights and wrongs of eulogies and funeral services in Ireland.
Ronnie and Aleh with their views on how the Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cario has been handled
After what they saw recently, Deborah and Mary weren't impressed with the standard of hospital food
Peter is doing his best to get back on his feet but frustrated at lack of support from the social welfare system; Chris can empathise because he's been there
A view on the banning of eulogies from Paddy, Maureen, Majella, Kieran and Maura
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