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Liveline Thursday 29 August 2013

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Dierdre and Christopher were on the recieving end of random acts of kindness by strangers. Along with other callers , they talk to Philip about their experiences.

Joe brought to listeners' attention the anomoly at certain Spanish airports where signs tell passengers they can carry and extra carry on bag of duty free purchases, but the airline, in this case Ryanair, do not allow this at the gate.

Harriet is annoyed that the proposed nurse graduate scheme includes compulsary education modules . Her daughter is entering fourth year nursing.

Bernie and Joanne speak to Philip about their experiences as parents of children with disabilities.  

Random acts of kindness

Deirdre, Reverend Christopher, Paul, Margaret, Vincent and Sean - all surprised by random acts of strangers

Ryanair baggage restrictions

Conflicting messages about whether your airport purchases count as hand luggage

Nursing qualifications

Harriet isn't convinced that extra years of study being imposed on nurses is justified

Cutbacks to services for people with disabilities

As parents of adult children with disabilities, Bernie and Joanne are adamant that cuts to vital services are unjust


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