Liveline Thursday 5 December 2019
On Today's Programme
Caller Cristiano Barberio was attacked last evening for the second time in two weeks cycling to work in Finglas. Cristiano told Joe he is afraid to visit the City Centre with his four year old daughter and that he is considering leaving Ireland as a result of the recent attacks.
Dorothy's daughter was followed on St Stephen's Green by a well dressed man with an umbrella. It was raining. He kept saying "Come in under the umbrella". She was terrified, she ran into the Shelbourne Hotel and they looked after her very well.
Joe spoke to organic farmer John Tedders from Shrule on the Mayo Galway border who couldn't sell 70 organic Turkeys. By the end of the programme the Turkey's were all sold. John said, "I'll sleep tonight."
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