Liveline Thursday 5 December 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.
Sister Julie Newman who runs the Wicklow Organic Farm on their convent grounds in Wicklow told us thieves have bizarrely robbed a harvest of Brussel sprouts, which were to go on sale in the shop.
More Fiver Friday offers which takes place on Friday 6th December.
Dave Merren was listening to John on yesterday’s show about how he had been scammed by a dating agency for a lot of money. Dave is a matchmaker who runs a personal introduction and matchmaking agency called TopMarch Ireland. He had some advice for people thinking of signing up to dating agencies.
Louise Mac an tSaoi spoke to Joe about her son Liam who is in Crumlin’s childrens hospital. Her wish to bring him home for Christmas. Little Liam has never been home from hospital since he was born and this will be his fourth Christmas in hospital. Liam has undergone several life saving operations after he was born 17 weeks premature. Louise pleaded for Minister James Reilly to help.
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