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# Joe Duffy

This year
Holohan says there is a 'very poor understanding' of what happened in CervicalCheck scandal
The former Chief Medical Officer said the “adversarial model of medical negligence” in Ireland played a major role in the controversy.
Last year
Broadcasting Authority dismisses magazine owner's complaints against Liveline
The owner of The Public Sector Magazine complained about claims made by callers on the popular show.
Leo Varadkar says he hopes RTÉ and Dublin Pride organisers can ‘sort out’ differences
The Tanaiste said “a lot of members of the trans community are very upset” about the Liveline radio discussions.
Dublin Pride terminates media partnership with RTÉ over Liveline coverage
Dublin Pride said the discussions on Liveline about transgender people were “unacceptable”.
All time
Listen to Joe Duffy saying goodbye to '51551 wash yer hands' with a poem
It’s Friday and the sun is shining.
Call for national awareness campaign on menopause after 'incredibly important' Liveline discussion
The Taoiseach said he supported the call and that the government “will act on driving on a progressive health policy for women’s health”.
Craving current affairs, radio listeners flock to Morning Ireland and Miriam as 2FM falters
Today FM sees strong gains across its entire week-day schedule.
'I know you'll be very sad but I'll always be with you': Woman wrote letter to sister before dying from Covid-19
“Yours is the hardest letter to write, how can I put into words how much I love you.”
RTÉ mocks up what pubs could look like under the new guidelines and Joe Duffy isn't happy
No more than four people would be allowed for every 10 square metres in a premises.
Joe Duffy interview: 'We've more people than ever calling. The biggest decision you make is who not to put on air. That can be heartbreaking.'
Joe Duffy spoke to about Liveline in the time of coronavirus.
Joe Duffy apologises to Sinn Féin TD Aengus Ó Snodaigh for 'defamatory comments' on Liveline
Duffy has acknowledged the “grave distress” caused to the Dublin South Central TD.
Fr Ray Kelly considered leaving Dancing with the Stars after abusive threats
Kelly said he reported the incident to gardaí.
Man who married his friend for tax reasons has died
Stoneybatter resident Matt Murphy married his friend Michael O’Sullivan in 2017.
Woman whose mother was saved from drowning in 1953 tracks down rescuer on Liveline
“You saved my mother,” Mary Thompstone told John Eldred on Joe Duffy’s RTÉ Radio One show this afternoon.
‘Nobody knows my Philip’s name’: Telling the stories of the Children of the Troubles
A new book by Joe Duffy and Freya McClements seeks to tell those 186 stories.
Joe Duffy could hear Gay Byrne's own advice as he broke the news of his death on Liveline
The host received widespread praise for the manner in which he kept his calm to deliver the sad news live to listeners.
'It's taken 103 years': Children killed in the 1916 Rising remembered with commemorative garden
The garden was open today in St Audeon’s Park in Dublin to honour the 40 children killed during the Rising.
HSE apologises to women callers to Joe Duffy's Liveline who shared their traumatic childbirth experiences
Over the last fortnight, many women have taken to the national airwaves to share their stories of childbirth.
Man with MS living in nursing home reunited with childhood sweetheart on Liveline
Kevin Barron (59) was diagnosed with MS in his 20s and has lived in a nursing home for the last 13 years.
A pair of childhood sweethearts were reunited on Liveline where they reminisced about their first date
Grab the tissues.
A massive row erupted over pig racing in a Santry pub on Liveline this afternoon
The Comet pub is holding the event as part of its 4th of July festival this Saturday.
'It's been a long wait': Two anonymous callers donate €8k for spina bifida patient's wheelchair
Darren Noonan has been waiting seven months for a new wheelchair, but has been unable to secure funding.
Travelling magician who lost eye in Temple Bar attack speaks about being bottled in the face
Mark Beltran from the Philippines says recovery has been difficult.
Man speaks out after metre-long 'spear' smashes through windscreen on the M50
Jason described the incident that happened as he was driving on the M50.
The Doughnut Bubble
Currently there are in excess of 20 stores that have propped up around the capital with the majority having appeared over the past two years. Michael Lanigan reports.
Almost half of people would support people getting married to avoid inheritance tax
Two men told RTÉ’s Joe Duffy last week that they’re marrying to avoid inheritance tax.
Two men who've been friends for 30 years went on Liveline to say they were marrying for tax reasons
Both said they are not gay but that the marriage is about saving money on inheritance.
Mother pleads for help after seven-year-old son expelled after trying to strangle principal with tie
The child’s mother fears that her son could seriously hurt someone.
'I definitely feel boxers hit harder. I wouldn't necessarily say if he lands a left hand it's game over'
Joe Duffy was 7-0 as a pro boxer before returning to MMA, and suggests The Notorious’ power isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
'Every time he misses Mayweather he's going to lose energy. I see a stoppage in six or seven rounds'
Eric Donovan, Jason Quigley, ‘Irish’ Joe Duffy and John Kavanagh drop knowledge bombs ahead of the big one in Vegas.
Joe Duffy and Ray D'Arcy among the big radio names to lose listeners this quarter
Ian Dempsey and Ryan Tubridy among those with lower listenership.
‘Stop whingeing’: Michael O’Leary dismisses complaints over Ryanair allocated seating policy
O’Leary had a lively debate on RTE’s Liveline where he continued to deny that Ryanair’s policy has changed.
Judge accuses RTÉ's Joe Duffy of attacking the courts for not sentencing people
The comments were made by Judge Patrick Durcan at Ennis District Court today.
"Nobody told us she had died" - the story of Margaret Bullen, who spent her entire life in a Magdalene Laundry
Margaret Bullen died in 2003 aged just 50 from a disease possibly linked to her exposure to industrial-strength chemicals in the Laundries where she had lived.
Joe Duffy given the Lord Mayor's Award for his contribution to Dublin society
Duffy says he is “honoured” to receive the award.
Ashes stolen from elderly couple's house anonymously returned after Liveline appeal
Two men forced their way into the elderly couple’s home and stole cash and a box that had ashes in it.
Man who fatally stabbed a man 30 years ago apologises to family on Liveline
“If I could turn back time to have John Fox back with his family again, I would make it happen in a heartbeat.”
'There's always a puncher's chance but I feel it's a landslide towards Floyd': McGregor's old foe Duffy
Joseph Duffy was asked for his opinion on MMA Hour.
Impressive wins for Duffy and Nelson at UFC Fight Night in London
Nelson ended his fight in the second round.
'Straight away you could feel the horror of it': Nuns 'changed baby's name so he'd be easier to sell'
Bridget said her son’s name was changed from William to Gerard as he would be easier to offload.