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Monday 18th February

Learner Drivers

The new legislation around unaccompanied drivers is causing plenty of debate particularly around the urban/rural divide.

Vigilantism

Louise runs a group called 'Child Protection Awareness' which aims to confront potential predators. Callers both for and against the idea rang Liveline.

Friday 15th February

Controversial Art

Controversial Art

Sterling

Sterling

Children's Hospital

Callers reacted to the news that construction company BAM have offered to walk away from the National Children's Hospital project.

Thursday 14th February

Lost Passport

James Burke is annoyed that he cannot get his passport back from an airline.

Controversial Art

We hear from Christina Conroy who was shocked by the contents of an art exhibition in Dublin.

Body Modification

A body modification artist explains how she deals with fixing other people's bad work.

Wednesday 13th February

Premium Phone Number

Premium Phone Number

Stolen Generator

Stolen Generator

Autism

Fay Hayden has been fighting for 5 years to get a care plan for her autistic 10 year old son.

Body Modification

UK Tattoo artist Brendan McCarthy was recently found guilty on 3 counts of GBH for his body modification work. Liveline caller discussed tongue splitting, ear stitching and ear candle treatments.

Tuesday 12th February

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House

Driving Test

Driving Test

Autism

Autism

Nurses' Talks

Nurses' Talks

Monday 11th February

Nurses' Strike

Brid has a son with special needs who's routine has been disrupted by the strike and most listeners think it's not acceptable to protest oustide the minister's home.

Friday 8th February

Birth Certs

Birth Certs

Carer's Allowance

Carer's Allowance

Repeal Stickers

Repeal Stickers

VAT Increase

VAT Increase

Thursday 7th February

Card for the EU

Hayley sent a large 'Thank You From Ireland' card to President of the European Commission Jean Claude Junker, which has created quite a stir all over Europe.

Wednesday 6th February

Children's Hospital

Children's Hospital

Nurses' Strike

Nurses' Strike

Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile

Public Urination

Public Urination

Divorce/Birth Cert

Divorce/Birth Cert

Tuesday 5th February

Good Deeds

Kerri was on her way home from Australia last week after receiving news that her mother was dead. She wants to thank an Irish couple who comforted her at Abu Dhabi airport and even gave her one of their business class seats on the flight.

Public Toilets

A bus stopped outside Michael Moylan's house last Sunday and some of those on board got off and urinated in full view of the occupants in the house.

Nurses' Strike

More on the nurses strike including a chat with Louise Maher, a nurse in a Dublin hospital, who's currently in Brussels having a major operation.

Monday 4th February

Stolen Identity

Stolen Identity

Nurses Strike

Nurses Strike

Friday 1st February

Wedding Witness

Kim Schotte is trying to find the Irish witnesses to her son Sean's marriage in San Francisco 10 years ago.

Cold Weather

Given the freezing temperatures at the moment, John was surprised to see workers in the Sports Direct shop in Liffey Valley in shorts !

Venezuela

The growing political discontent in Venezuela is creating great problems for its citizens. We heard from supporters and opponents of President Maduro and from Venezuelans living here.

Thursday 31st January

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Alcohol Advertising

Alcohol Advertising

Car Theft

Car Theft

Wednesday 30th January

Brexit/Citizenship

Brexit/Citizenship

Nurses' Strike

Nurses' Strike

Tuesday 29th January

Nurses Strike

Rachel's father is a patient in Vincent's Hospital. Her family has been told that they'll have to attend to his needs during tomorrow's strike.

Brexit

As Teresa May sets out her next move in relation to the UK's departure from the EU, we hear from some British people who are having difficulty getting citizenship in Ireland.

Scientology

A Community Centre in Firhouse which is owned by the Church of Scientology is being used for dance competitions, bingo nights and magic shows. Some listeners don't want to attend for fear that they'll be exposed to the cult.

Pigeon Droppings

Following the news that a Scottish boy's death was linked to pigeon droppings, we hear from listeners who've had issues with pigeons.

Monday 28th January

Game Hunting

Frank traveled to Zimbabwe in December to shoot buffalo. His ammunition was lost on the way out and his gun was lost on the way home. Most Liveline callers took issue with Frank over his views on hunting, while others supported him.

Friday 25th January

Funny Friday Live from Athlone

A Funny Friday live from the Raddison Blu Hotel in Athlone with Joe and the team.

Thursday 24th January

Gambling

Gambling

Brexit/Car Hire

Brexit/Car Hire

Found her Family

Found her Family

Son on Streets

Son on Streets

Wednesday 23rd January

Gambling

Gambling

Tuesday 22nd January

Aer Lingus

Niall Hogan disputes the Aer Lingus claim that their first transatlantic flight was in 1958. His mother was on a test flight in 1947.

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