Liveline Thursday 28 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.
If ESB workers strike Reverend Patrick Burke believes that it will hit the old, sick and vulnerable the hardest. He accepts the right of workers to engage in industrial action but he feels the ESB should not be allowed to strike. Anne runs a small florist. She says if the ESB strike she will close down.
Anita spoke to us on the show last year. At the time her house was burgled and her daughter Kerri's hospital bag was stolen. Kerri was being treated for leukaemia in Our Ladys Hospital for Sick Children Crumlin. Thankfully Kerri is very well now. Anita also has some good news to share with Joe - she is getting married tomorrow.
Deirdres mother had a fall on the 15th November. She hurt herself very badly and remains in hospital. But Deirdre really wants to say thanks to her "charlies angels" - the 3 girls who came to her rescue and got her safely back home.
Mick offers an explanation about the origins of "Holy Hour", when pubs used to close for a couple of hours in the afternoon.
Padraig Yeates gives Joe an update on his searh for a home for "The 1913 Lockout Tapestry by Robert Ballagh".
WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR STORIES
Have you got a story to tell? An issue you want to air publicly? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you.
You can email the programme at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org, call the office at 01 208 3263 / 2984 / 2980 or 3438 (or out of office hours and leave a message) or on 1850 715 815, Monday to Friday from 12.30pm – 3.15pm.
All topics are considered and all calls are welcome.