Liveline Thursday 3 April 2014
The discussion about the new GAA / SKY deal continues. Bridie is a publican she thinks the SKY subscription for pubs to show matches is very expensive. They also have a habit of frequently changing channels to show games and charging extra.
Sean has a small furniture business. Yesterday when he was on deliveries he was nearly run off the road by an oncoming car who was travelling on the wrong side of the road. Mark is a cyclist he describes an incident when a passing car threw a container of vomit at him.
Liam is a taxi driver. He says the new taxi regulations mean he cannot transfer his plate. He says its an asset like any other business.
Neil Murphy is sales and marketing manager of Wexford Creamery and Chairman of Wexford Food Family. He tells Joe of his disappointment that Stena Line who have taken over Celtic Line appear to be not renewing existing contracts with local suppliers.
Peter is a journalist with the Clare Champion. He talks to Joe about a discovery this week of up to 16 dead animals on a beach below Baltard Cliffs in Doonbeg. He attended the horrific scene.