Liveline

Liveline

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Liveline Tuesday 5 May 2015

                                                  LITTLE LIVELINE

On Monday 21st December, we're going to be broadcasting our inaugural LITTLE LIVELINE programme. We’re going to be opening the phone lines to our younger listeners and we want them to REVIEW their favourite BOOKS, ALBUMS, MOVIES, TV SHOWS – they can review anything they like from Billie Eilish to the Beatles, from Frozen to Fargo, from The Gruffalo to The Goldfinch…

If you have someone in your life aged 16 and under who would like to feature in the programme, 

Send us an email to littleliveline@rte.ie or write to us at: LITTLE LIVELINE RTÉ Radio Centre Donnybrook Dublin 4. 

As always, nothing is guaranteed, but we will do our best to feature as many reviewers as possible in the show. 

                                        SELF PUBLISHED BOOKS 

On Wednesday 23rd December, we'll be broadcasting our annual Self Published Books Programme. If you've published a book yourself this year, please SEND US A COPY OF THE BOOK to the address below and remember to include your contact details. Because we receive a high volume of books, it's not possible for us to return them to the senders after the programme. We will do our very best to cover as many authors and titles as possible on the day.

ADDRESS: Liveline Self Published Books Programme RTÉ Radio Centre Donnybrook Dublin 4

Liveline

Liveline

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. 

Stay At Home Mothers

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.

Ballymount Fire / Cleft Palate

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.

Language Schools

Foreign language students marched through Dublin City this afternoon in protest at the recent closure of English Language schools leaving them out of pocket.

Cancelled Holiday

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.

WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR STORIES

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.

You can email the programme at any time to joe@rte.ie, call the office at 01 208 3263 / 2984 / 2980 or 3438 (or out of office hours and leave a message) or on 1850 715 815, Monday to Friday from 12.30pm – 3.15pm.

All topics are considered and all calls are welcome.

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