Liveline Monday 10 June 2019
Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy.
On a three-day visit to Ireland, Prasun Bhattachrjee and his parents were on a train from Belfast to Dublin when they were racially abused by another passenger. When others tried to intervene and help, their abuser would not back down and this continued for over an hour.
Peter was also on the train and witnessed the incident.
Encephalitis & Memory Loss
Hannah contracted Encephalitis and the infection left her unable to talk, walk, move or speak. She was terrified. She described the illness and the toll it took on her, her loved ones and her memory, on today's programme.
David shared his struggle with memory loss following a stroke 20 years ago.
Gráinne and her family had booked a dream holiday for 15 and they were due to fly out this coming Saturday. However when they couldn't contact the agent ahead of the trip, it all went downhill and they since discovered they've lost their €6,600 booking.
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