Liveline Tuesday 5 May 2015
DAMIEN O'REILLY PRESENTS
Amanda McNamara was an agony aunt with the Sunday Press for nearly 20 years. She talks to Damien about her views on stay at home mothers.
Georgina is a member of the Cleft Lip and Palate Association of Ireland (CLAPAI). She was one of the customers of the storage facility that went on fire in Ballymount last week. All their stock has been lost. She tells Damien about their work and their loss. www.cleft.ie
Foreign language students marched through Dublin City this afternoon in protest at the recent closure of English Language schools leaving them out of pocket. Keith used to work in immigration in the Department of Justice. He says is not surprised by the recent closure. He tells Damien about his experience.
Ruth recently booked her first holiday in years with her husband and 2 children. She was due to fly out on 7th May and was very excited. However her husband was diagnosed with cancer and operated on very quickly. She tells Damien how the news has left her holiday plans in tatters.
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