Liveline

Liveline

Monday - Friday, 1.45 - 3pm 1850715815 joe@rte.ie

Liveline Wednesday 24 April 2013

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Liveline

Liveline callers tell Joe about their experiences of Irish hospitals.  Jenny's mother was in hospital and Jenny found she had to fight for everything on behalf of her mother.  She tells Joe the staff were very territorial - you were on their turf and felt you couldn't ask questions.

Bernard talks about technology giving an unfair advantage to players in competitions.

Patrick was a heroin addict for 4 years with an €800 a week habit.  He tells Joe he's 5 years clean now.

Ireland's health service

Ireland's health service

Complaints from patients and their families about hospital care which didn't seem to have much effect

Having an unfair advantage in competitions

Having an unfair advantage in competitions

As a chess player, Bernard explains how technology can be used to help performance

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Drug addiction

Drug addiction

Patrick was spending €800 a week on his heroin habit

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