Liveline Monday 17 February 2014
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.
Last Wednesday David Gaffney was driving along Clonshaugh Avenue in Dublin when a tree fell on his car injuring him badly. He has subsequently discovered that despite having fully comprehensive insurance he himself is not covered because it was an "act of god". Rose's husband was killed by a falling tree and she faced a similar situation. They talk to Joe.
Ian is training to be a tour guide. He wants to bring tourists to sites of religious signifcance around Dublin. He was surprised to discover that there was no plaque to mark the spot where the old Methodist Centenary Church once stood. the church is now the Department of Justice.
Brenda's son and his girlfriend were walking along Dawson Street on Saturday. They found a plastic pocket on the ground containing a hand written family tree which someone had clearly put a lot of work into. Its for the Hendry and Woods family. She would love to reunite it with the owner.
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