Callers discuss Ireland's youth website - spunout.ie
Jim tells Joe he buys a drug for €180 at home but if he travels north for the same drug it costs him £90 sterling. He takes the train north refills his prescription and enjoys a day out.
Callers discuss receiving their local property tax letters in the post.
Small business people tell Joe the pressures they are under.
Keith tells Joe he's heartbroken after the loss of 7-year-old James Casey Butler in a drowning accident. Keith's 14-year-old son Adam drowned in 2011.
Callers debate the advice about threesomes given on the Spun Out website which is accessible by young teenagers
Comparisons between the cost of medicine in the 26 counties compared to the north of Ireland and Spain
Loretta and Norma offer their views on the property tax
Robert in north county Dublin and Marty & Frances in Carrick-on-Suir, all struggling to keep their small businesses going
From tragic personal experience, Keith wants to warn people how dangerous unsupervised bodies of water can be
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