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    Liveline Tuesday 23 April 2013


    Patricks mother suffers from Parkinsons disease. She was admitted to hospital last year with a broken hip. He was very upset at the care she recieved. The Liveline callers discuss their experiences in hospitals.

    David was a heroin addict. It took a lot of willpower but he got clean. He contracted hepatitis C through needle use and donated blood. He feels incredibly guilty about that. He is now 69.

    What has happened to the Fry Model Railway? Has it been given a new home?  John Hamill and Senator Darragh O'Brien discuss the latest situation.



    Ireland's health service

    Stories of families who were worried about standards of care in hospitals so decided to take matters into their own hands

    Drug addiction

    David regrets the life he led as a drug addict

    Fry Model Railway

    John and Darragh debate the right future for the Fry Model Railway


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