Liveline

Liveline

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Liveline Thursday 4 April 2013

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly

Liveline

Colin tells Damien O'Reilly he's retiring next week and both he and his wife are emigrating to Canada at the end of the month to be with their three sons and grandchildren.

Joseph's wife got a €60 fine for using her phone while driving which was due on April 1st.  The post was delayed over Easter and they now face paying an extra €30 fine.

Artist Kevin Sharkey tells Damien his studio window in Temple Bar has been smashed for the second time in 3 months. 

More callers tell Damien about family members donating their bodies to science.

Emigration

Emigration

Grand-parents emigrating, a new trend in Ireland. And views on whether emigration is always a negative thing

Fine for late payment

Fine for late payment

Joseph struggled to raise the €60 to pay a fine that has now jumped to €90

Victim of crime

Yet again the windows in Kevin Sharkey's art gallery have been smashed

Organ donors

Organ donors

Peter and Tom support the idea of donating your body to science

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