Liveline Monday 14 July 2014
Presented by Philip Boucher-Hayes
Iain's home in Nenagh, Tipperary was burgled on Friday afternoon. The thieves absolutely trashed his house stealing his son's savings in the process. Anne's house was also burgled and she had a lot of jewellery stolen, she tells Philip she will never buy jewellery again.
Is Badger culling a necessary evil or a cruelty. Tom, Bernie, John and Michael discuss the controversial practice which is aimed at preventing the spread of TB.
Reney was looking for a card for a 19 year old recently and was shocked by one card she saw on the shelves, so much so she approached a manager and asked him to remove it, which she duly did. She tells Philip of her concerns.
Kieran was one of the designers of the Poolbeg towers and he would be happy to see them demolished. He says they are defunct. Michael has another novel use for them. He tells Philip his idea. Colm who is a pilot and Dermot who is a retired Irish Ferries office say the towers are very useful for navigation purposes.
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