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    Journalists Alan Sherry of the Sunday World and Kevin McAnena who works for the BBC describe the chaotic scenes at the Regency hotel in Dublin last Friday when gunmen killed a man during a boxing event. Pat, a former member of the defence forces, thinks the Sunday World should have tipped off the Gardai in advance of Friday's events.

    Liveline Friday 13 September 2013



    Stories of men and their experiences with prostate cancer

    A random act of kindness in Danny O'Toole's butcher shop.

    How reckless were the banks in their lending during the boom years.


    Rented accommodation

    Erica, Kate, Gail and John on the difficulty of trying to find rented accommodation and also the problems for landlords


    Prostate cancer

    John, Peter, Dr Michael Maher, JJ and Philip on various cancer treatments available


    Random acts of kindness

    Danny the butcher surprised by a customer


    Banks, home-owners and mortgages

    Tony, Paul and Joan on the lending practices of banks during the boom years


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