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Liveline Wednesday 25 September 2013

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Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Today's Topics

Stories of car break ins from around the country.

Bus users question wheelchair access to public transport.

What is the logic behind the GAA's allocation of juvenile tickets?

The Skerries sea memorial is looking to track down relatives of victims. Some of the people who are named on the memorial have not been made aware of it and the committee are trying to trace them. Some of the people concerned are  Kevin Williams, Frank Riordan, Finbar Davis, Joe Deveney, Joe McAllister.

The Golden Girls tell their stories of the hospitiality of the Irish.


Car Break Ins and Thefts

Stories of car break ins and thefts from around the country.

Wheelchair Users and Dublin Bus

Amy tells Joe a wheelchair user could not get on her bus because there was a buggy in the space which was not collapsed.

Referendum Jobs

Lisa tried to get a job in her polling station.

Juvenile All Ireland Hurling Tickets

What is the logic behind the GAA's allocation of juvenile tickets?

Dublin Magazine Article

Prionsias was shocked at what he saw in a Dublin magazine.

Sea Memorial

A sea memorial is being erected in Skerries next Sunday

Susan Little (Golden Girls)

Susan who was on the programme on Monday updates us on her holiday since she left Dublin.


Have you got a story to tell? An issue you want to air publicly? If you’d like to talk to Joe on-air about an issue that concerns you then we want to hear from you.

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Presenter: Joe Duffy


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