Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy
Colin bought 13 51-inch plasma 3D TVs for €6:95 each from the vikingdirect.ie website over the weekend. He checked later and saw the price was €649 each. Viking explain an error on the website meant the TV was advertised at the wrong price. They will be unable to fulfil orders placed at the incorrect price and will be contacting customers concerned.
Early Sunday morning Dave was driving to Carlow when he came across two sulkies racing on the N9.
Raymond worries about his sons employment chances in Ireland.
Callers talk about emigrating to join their children abroad. Trish talks about the cost of taking her 6 dogs with her to Australia.
Kelvin is full-time carer for his wife Deirdre he tells Joe about their lives.
Alison O'Connell is a nurse and discusses Croke Park Two.
Colin and Lorna could hardly believe their luck when they saw a 50-inch plasma television for €6.49
Dave narrowly avoided crashing into a sulky race on a busy motorway
Callers who feel they have little option but consider emigrating long-term, pets & all
Kelvin describes the never-ending financial difficulties for full-time carers like himself
Alison on why nurses are opposing Croke Park 2
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