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Liveline Wednesday 27 November 2013

Remember, the Liveline Christmas Special will be broadcast live from Dublin's Duke Street on Christmas Eve. This is open to the public and we hope to see you all there.  

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Doug is unhappy with the choice of headline act ,Madness, for the new year's eve concert as part of the Gathering celebrations.

The suggestion by a government minister that the re-introduction of the holy hour for pubs would help curb alcohol abuse was discussed.

Andy informs listeners of a scam involving phones calls from people claiming to be offering service from cleaning company Dyson.

Padraig Yeates is involved in the 1913 Lockout committee. He is looking for locations for some of the tapestry panels specially made for the celebrations.

The refusal of planning for an abuse survivor's memorial in Dublin was discussed.

The threatened ESB strike was the subject of further comment today. 

 

  

New Year's Eve party for the Gathering

New Year's Eve party for the Gathering

Doug questions whether Madness are the right choice to headline the Gathering's end of year celebrations

Holy Hour

Holy Hour

Is it time to resurrect the Holy Hour, when pubs close for an hour during the day?

Warning of scam

Warning of scam

Andy got a call offering a great price to service his Dyson vacuum cleaner

Home for 1913 Tapestry

Home for 1913 Tapestry

A home needed for panels of the giant tapestry created to celebrate the 1913 Lock-Out

Fiver Friday

Fiver Friday

A selection of great €5 deals around the country

Property market

Property market

Trish wonders why estate agents seem reluctant to sell homes they are advertising

ESB pensions

ESB pensions

Tim (a former ESB employee) and Maureen (an elderly customer) on the possibility of a strike by ESB workers

Memorial to victims of industrial schools

Memorial to victims of industrial schools

Tom Cronin of the Irish Survivors of Institutional Abuse with his view on a public memorial to victims & survivors

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