Robert is sceptical of Irish Water's declaration that they will create 1600 new jobs for water installers. He says that there a lots courses on offer which train you to be a water installer but he says there are no jobs available. Brian has set up his own security company. He had to pay €4,000 in insurance, €4000 to the Private Security Authority and he is still not up and running because he has been waiting 8 weeks for Garda Vetting.
Denis is wondering about time capsule which was found in Glasnevin Cemetery about a year ago. There were rumours that it containted a message from Michael Collins. Shane McThomais, , tells Joe what the capsule contained. He also talks to Joe about tracing your family plot in Glasnevin Cemetery and the 1.5 million people buried there.
Mary is a nurse. She is organising a 40 year reunion of the women that she trained with. She has managed to track down all 24 women bar 1. She has tried everything and needs Liveline's help.
Aidan and Derek are keen hillwalkers. But there is a growing problem with walkers cars being broken into whilst they are on a walk. They talk to Joe about the measures they have had to take to keep their belongings safe.
Mick Rafferty tells Joe about the 1913 Dublin Lockout re-which will be taking place on the 31st August.
Is paying up to €640 to do a water meter installation course worthwhile, and what to do when you've paid thousands for a PSA licence but still can't work?
Ramblers and cyclists who can't enjoy their hobbies without fear of burglary
A time capsule in Glasnevin, tracing your family plots and historical re-enactments
Mary is trying to organise a reunion of her school nursing class from 41 years ago
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