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Inside the stories on Liveline: 'It shone a light and suddenly we weren't alone'
Calls from prison, lost dogs and stories that changed HSE policy – these are just some of the stories from Liveline.
Man living rough in grounds of RTÉ calls into Joe Duffy
Joseph had been sleeping at the broadcaster’s Donnybrook headquarters for the past two weeks.
There's a 1916 chocolate bar and some people aren't happy about it
The bar wrapper shows that heads of the 1916 leaders as well as the Proclamation.
Parents say this book on Junior Cert curriculum is like 50 Shades of Grey
“It was like we both caught fire, spontaneous combustion, we were burning up together.”
Joe Duffy called Dublin "an unadulterated kip" that's "taken over by pound shops"
Aw Joe.
Teenager who slept rough in Phoenix Park gets 7 honours in Junior Cert
Carlos Wolfe studied while staying in temporary accommodation, and sleeping rough in the park and in a hospital waiting room.
Emotional radio as Dublin woman speaks with the man who cared for her father as he died
Jimmy Talbot died of a heart attack in June and until today daughter Ingrid Murphy did not know what happened.
Girl tells Joe Duffy how she tried to amputate her own finger with an axe
Megan Cullen has chronic pain in her finger.
What is the deal with the croaky throat noise the Kardashians make?
You’ll know it as soon as you hear it.
Councillor attacked by man who said he "smirked" at him
Noel Rock was attacked in Dublin city.
Widow pleads for lost phone with husband's last messages to be returned
She said the phone was very precious to her as it has photos and messages on it.
An Irish couple on their J1 were robbed... but a familiar face from home is ready to help
Their bags, containing passports and money, were taken from their hotel room.
Joe Duffy's phonelines went down today, so he just played The Corrs instead
Liveline became deadline.
Nobody was actually able to 'talk to Joe' on today's Liveline
The phone lines went down. DISASTER.
Good news: 'Seánie bear' has been reunited with his owner
Marie Melody left a bag containing the bear in the boot of a taxi on Monday after the mini-marathon.
An Irish priest wants to swap places in prison with Ibrahim Halawa
Father Seamus Fleming said he is willing to take the teenager’s place in Cairo.
Student defends Donegal Tuesday to Joe Duffy: 'February is the drinking month'
Joe Duffy is writing a book
The radio host will release the book in illustrated hardback in October.
Security men had to stop May MacGiolla leaving hospital to go to 1916 meeting
The 84-year-old spoke about her house being broken into while she was in hospital.
Bord Gáis: We didn't mean to offend with 'inappropriate' new singing canary ad
Tommy McAnairey has got people’s backs up.
Money returned to elderly woman who was conned out of savings
Four men, posing as roof repair men, told Kathleen Byrne she needed repair work done on her roof.
“Massive error in judgement”: Mirror editor apologises for Ní Bheoláin dog-walk pics
The Six One host said yesterday she was considering a complaint to the Press Council over the photos, which were published in the wake of a stalking ordeal for the journalist.
Michael Jackson in Ireland, ploughing championships, and other highlights from Radio 1's new schedule
The big moves, like Sean O’Rourke replacing Pat Kenny, are already known. We take a look at the finer detail…
Complaint about 'unfair' Liveline interview with priest upheld by watchdog
The priest went on air to defend an article he had written about Enda Kenny in Alive! newspaper.
Complaint that Joe Duffy 'harrassed a priest on air' upheld by watchdog
The Broadcasting Association of Ireland upheld two complaints about Joe Duffy’s Liveline radio show on 5 March this year.
Here's Ryan Tubridy and Joe Duffy's new film trailer
Well, they make the briefest of cameos in Life’s A Breeze…
5 musical reasons Amhrán na bhFiann should not be remixed
It really, really shouldn’t.
Pic: How to look cool while wearing a Christmas jumper
With Joe Duffy.
Caption competition: Mug of the day?
Joe Duffy’s been at a photocall this morning to mark a new sponsorship deal for Liveline. Your captions, please…
Tape of controversial Norris interview with Helen Lucy Burke emerges
The tape included excerpts from an interview Norris gave to Burke in 2002 which has caused controversy in recent months over the views he expressed about paedophilia.
Poll: Fiver Friday - will you be taking part?
Liveline is running a campaign to get people to spend five euro in a local business today – but is it an idea you can get on board with?
Mary Byrne X-Factor voting complaint dropped by BAI
Complaints over the X-Factor’s controversial sing-off elimination are resolved by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland – but Hook, Tubridy and D’Arcy are all scolded.
Audio: Horseplay on Liveline as Rubberbandits defend song
Band member behind hugely popular Horse Outside song joined by former minister Willie O’Dea in defending Rubberbandits’ portrayal of Limerick.
Number in prison to reach highest ever by next year
Prison Service warns of increased numbers imprisoned as court services resume, and Liveline callers claim they went to jail for failing to pay litter fines.
77% have no confidence in Cowen - Liveline text poll
A President-in-waiting - but his car still gets robbed
Fergus Finlay’s car is broken into – just as he’s winning a Liveline poll to pick the next President.
Gogarty says Callely can be suspended continuously
Deputy Gogarty has called written to the Dáil clerk asking him to investigate the senator.
Tubesday: Talk to Joe
Fancy putting words in Joe Duffy’s mouth?