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Show Funerals- Refused Toilet Entry - Heatwave Poem
Fr Hugh Kavanagh who conducted the funeral of Dean Maguire and he says that he does not believe the funeral was hijacked. Antoinette was refused access to toilet facilities to change the nappy of her adult child in the Victoria Hotel Galway and a heatwave poem.
Doagh Famine Village- Paddling Pool- 75 Years Married
Doagh Famine Museum in Donegal has been criticised by a UCD academic. Listeners give us their reaction. Brian lives in an apartment complex in Dublin city. But when he erected a paddling pool on the grounds for the children he was told to get rid of it. Tess and David Steedman have been married for 75 years.
Long Term Effect On Being Burgled - M&S and Brexit- Howth Fires - Councillor at the age of 91
On today's show, callers spoke about the long-term effect being burgled has on people. tHE Issues that BREXIT is bringing to M&S stories in the Republic and Northern Ireland, Howth Fires and Cllr Ian McGarvey is 91 and still working.
"Blood is thicker than water"-Aunt of Dean Maguire speaks
An aunt of the late Dean Maguire talks to Joe about the public reaction to his funeral.
Disbelief at Funeral Behaviour
Callers react to scenes from the funerals of Maguire, Graham Taylor & Carl Freeman
Breastfeeding mum turned away at vaccine center-Planning Difficulties-shocked by-standards describe funeral
Mum Caoimhe Proud Murphy explains how she was turned away at a vaccine center because she had her baby with her. Listeners shared their stories of trying to get planning permission where they live and Callers were terrified when confronted by anti-social behaviour by a Dublin funeral cortege.