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Monday 18th February 2013

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Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy


Callers Discussed the weekend RTE Radio documentary 'A knock on the door' about the Murder of Thomas Niedermayer in Belfast in 1973 and the effect it had on his family.

Gerard talks to Joe about living and working in the UK with family back in Ireland.

Anne called in to express her views on changes being proposed by the Constitutional convention in relation to women.

Mario spoke to Joe from the USA about property tax there and how the system in Ireland has the potential to become excessive.


the kidnap & murder of Thomas Niedermayer

the kidnap & murder of Thomas Niedermayer

how the kidnap and murder of German businessman Thomas Niedermayer by the IRA impacted tragically on his family

financial struggles & the property tax

financial struggles & the property tax

Gerard has been forced to emigrate for the second time; Mario lives in the USA where property tax is a serious financial burden

women and the Irish Constitution

women and the Irish Constitution

is it time Article 41.2 is changed or does it protect women in the home?


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.

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