Liveline Monday 26 August 2013
Remember, the Liveline Christmas Special will be broadcast live from Dublin's Duke Street on Christmas Eve. This is open to the public and we hope to see you all there.
Anne is a public sector worker who has decided to emigrate for the sake of her career.
Nuala is upset at the news over the weekend on the death of another homeless person in Dublin and wonders what she, as an ordinary person can do.
Ellen talks to philip about the savings she has made travelling to the north to buy various medications.
Christy tells Philip the strange story of a statue in a Youghal graveyard that has been mysteriously painted purple. Callers speculate on the reasons why.
John Keegan is a recovering alcoholic who emigrated from Ireland to the UK in the late 1950's . He records the stories of other Irish people who fell on hard times and managed to turn their lives around.
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