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    Bernadette worked in the St. Patricks mother and baby home on the Navan Road from 1978 to 1984. She was a night superintendent. She says that the girls there were treated very well and the nuns were fantastic. She says the girls privacy was respected at all costs. Bernie lived near the Navan Road and used to take children out for walks. Celia remembers her Auntie Margaret fondly. She found out after many years that her Auntie Margaret spent many years in a Magdalene Laundry and the experience shaped her life. Celia returned with her Auntie to the laundry many ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2013/0208/366834-friday-8th-february-2013/?clipid=995336
    Wednesday 6th February 2013

    Wednesday 6th February 2013

    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 joe@rte.ie, 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

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2013/0206/366509-wednesday-6th-february-2013/
    Magdalene Laundries report

    Magdalene Laundries report

    Mary told Joe about her mother Mary Merrigan who was in Gloucester Street with the Good Shepherd nuns. She was a rape victim when she was 15 and her mother sent her to the county home in Co. Roscommon. Mary was taken from her mother and put into an industrial school in Athlone where she stayed until she was 14. Her mother was transferred to Gloucester Street. Her mother went into a depression after the birth and was never able to leave the place. She spent years in and out of hospital. When Mary was 16 her grandmother brought her ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2013/0206/366509-wednesday-6th-february-2013/?clipid=993664
    Tuesday 5th February 2013

    Tuesday 5th February 2013

    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 joe@rte.ie, 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

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2013/0205/366341-tuesday-5th-february-2013/
    Magdalene Laundries report

    Magdalene Laundries report

    Today's programme featured a discussion about the imminent publications of the report of the Inter-Departmental committee to establish the facts of State involvement with the Magdelen Laundries. Samantha Long, whose mother Maggie Bullen spent many years in a Magdelen Laundry spoke to Joe, as did Teri and Mary, both of whom spent time in Laundries in Dublin and Cork. Thomas and Paddy spoke about their mothers' experiences. A number of other callers who interacted with the 'Maggies' and delivered or collected from the Laundries spoke about their memories. All agreed that the report was long overdue and that an apology ...

    http://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/programmes/2013/0205/366341-tuesday-5th-february-2013/?clipid=992857

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