Audrey is in constant chronic pain and moves slowly. She was upset when a shopper behind her told her to " Get a move on"
Mary Thompstone is trying to find John Eldred who saved her mother from drowning in 1953.
Angie went to a Healing Mass with her mother but was surprised at the message which seemed to be "the old ways or hell".
Annette's son was a victim of a random act of violence.
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."
Random Act of Kindness
Caller Cristiano Barberio was attacked last evening for the second time in two weeks cycling to work in Finglas.
Penneys recalled the controversial hip flask bracelet after a caller raised concerns that the hip flask bracelet was encouraging younger people to drink more alcohol.
Joe spoke to Carol Connors whose daughter Ann-Marie died in homeless accommodation last April. Carol told Joe how her two grandchildren were alone with their mother’s body overnight and most of the following day in their homeless accommodation.
Vincent was delighted when his out of date vouchers were honoured, years after their expiry date.
Jane Healy was a witness to the gruesome terrorist attack in London on Friday.
Fidelma couldn't believe that she had to pay €35 to get the deeds of her house when she finally cleared her mortgage.
Lar was very upset to see county council workers putting tents belonging to rough sleepers into refuse vans
Following on from yesterday's programme about Tusla ordering four Hyde and Seek creches to close, and the new regulations update from Brian Lee, anxious owners are keen to share their concerns and the effects on the childcare industry.
Following today's announcement from Tusla, ordering four Hide and Seek creches to close, we heard from many worried owners around the country.
Suzanne, a mother of three young teenagers, was annoyed to see an alcohol bracelet on sale in Penneys.
Callers spoke about the life of Phil Lynott and aspects of his life including his battle with the use of drugs.
A group of farmers protesting against low beef prices blocked Dublin City Centre from the early hours of this morning. Joe heard from farmers at the protest, patients who missed appointments because of it and commuters delayed.
Anne got her first speeding fine after more than 50 years of driving. She's not happy. DJ Rick O'Shea had a near miss near Strokestown at the weekend when a motorist travelling in the opposite direction veered over to the other side of the road.
Listeners give their opinion on the Oireachtas Printer that cost €1.3 million but hasn't yet been used.
Breege has been told that there's a chance her breast implants could cause her cancer.
Jim paid €600 to have his gutters cleaned. The job should have been €50.
Gerard O'Connor is upset because vandals have desecrated the headstone over the graves of his two sons.
Liam wonders why there was no mention of Phil Lynott's drug taking during a commemoration ceremony for the singer today.
Aoife was one of 6 leaders who brought 45 scouts to Dublin on the train from Thurles but despite calling and booking ahead of time, the children ended up squashed into carriages, on the floor and under tables.
Be aware of some door to door gutter scams that are sweeping the country as Brid explained.
The new Buymie shopping service which delivers for Lidl was at the receiving end of Marie's anger when she discovered their delivery charges.
Maeve got in touch after being charged €14 for a large glass of wine in a popular Dublin city centre bar. She was shocked that the one glass of wine cost more than her husband's meal and was only glad that she didn't opt for a second glass!
Brown Water in the Sink Poor Breda got up in the middle of the night for a drink of water and when she saw the colour of it the next morning, she knew why she had a stomach ache.
Louise was upset to open her front door recently to find two young children standing out in the cold and rain begging.
Nadine has been living in a log cabin in her mother's back garden but has to vacate it now due to planning issues.
Tom is a trucker who gave up driving on the continent due to problems with migrants trying to hijack his truck.
Mark's daughter had to contact Irish revenue about emergency tax but her calls were routed through a 3rd party, costing her €112.
More listeners tell us about their experiences being a tenant and being a landlord.
Sharon's 21 year old daughter, Tiffany, who is mildly autistic, collects the RTE Guide but is missing the 2016 Xmas edition.
Claire tells us about the closure of Befrienders, a social group which has been great help to her.
Rob was abused in the scouts when he was 7. Marie has just discovered that 3 of her brothers were abused by family friend, Joe Lawlor, who was a Probation Officer.
Tahir Raja Khan talked to Joe about an ongoing dispute with his landlord.
Mary weighed in on the discussion over accidents involving cattle and deer before revealing that she almost single-handedly runs an huge farm in the midlands.
Ann was driving along a country road when a heifer jumped onto the road and she struck the animal, who went up onto the windscreen, over the roof and fell down behind the car and died shortly afterwards. Ann's father, Gerard told Joe how distraught she was over the accident and how she is now on the hook for the €19,000 car repair cost.
Colm rang the show to highlight his concerns about Black Friday which takes place on Friday November 29. While large companies can afford to offer discounts to customers he worries that the shopping initiative puts too much pressure on SME's to follow suit.
Should street traders be banned from Dublin streets to avoid clutter in the Capitol? Joe hears from traders selling flowers in the Grafton Street area.
Kevin was very annoyed when a hotel cancelled his booking because his visually impaired girlfriend was bringing her guide dog.
More callers who had been victims of bullying over the years shared their stories.
More on former Probation Officer and Chief Scout Joe Lawlor who's been unmasked as a child abuser.
More listeners tell us about how they've been affected by bullies.
Following on from last night's RTÉ Investigates, one of the probation officers, Patrick O'Dea, who made the initial complaint against former Chief Scout Joseph Lawlor spoke about his former colleague and that complaint.
Seán reveals that over 25 years after he experienced terrifying bullying in school, his life and relationships are still effected. Mary shared her relief and hope for parents of children who are being bullied.
Gerard was a victim of bullying and abuse in school. He then became a bully and, 46 years later, met his victim and apologised. Rachel realised that she had been a bully herself. Maria's daughter has been bullied constantly in school. Alan, a self confessed bully, believes he didn't really cause any harm to his victims.
Our conversation on bullying continues today Joe spoke to Sinead whose daughter Sarah was bullied on snapchat. Chris and Andrew also spoke about the long term effects of bullying.
More on bullying, including Mary Sheehan whose 14 year old daughter Kayleigh took her own life after being tormented by bullies.
Long before he came out, Jason faced bullying in school in the '80s. He felt there was no one to turn to at the time to discuss his feelings about being gay. Other callers joined in the conversation to highlight incidents involving bullying for either themselves or their loved
Tribute to Gay Byrne
We spoke to Aisling O'Neill who lost her daughter Mia (16) to suicide on the 6th of September 2019 after suffering horrific racial abuse and bullying.
The murder of Ana Kriegel has put the spotlight on bullying in schools. Callers told Joe about their experience of being bullied and their children's experience of bullying.
Gay Byrne Tribute Show
The ongoing issues with mental health services in Ireland, particularly for young people, were continued on Liveline today.
It was with incredible sadness that Joe informed the nation of the death of broadcaster Gay Byrne.
'Lucy' made a cry for help for her son 'Thomas' - he told her he is suicidal but no matter where she has turned to date, she cannot get the help her troubled teen needs.
The controversial plans are dividing opinions amongst callers - some fear whether the site is fit for purpose whereas others welcome the proposal.
When a scam artist called the Shatter household, he got a lot more than he bargained for when the former Justice Minister turned the tables on them
Noeleen Gannon, whose son uses a small ventilator, had booked business class tickets on Aer Lingus to travel to New York. She has been informed that, due to health and safety, he can only travel in economy.
Niall Scully came across a motor accident and stopped to help the driver.
More callers remembered the killings of Garda Michael Reynolds and Garda Richard Fallon
Noel was amazed to see cyclist Oisin O'Connor on an RTE News report cycling without a helmet.
Louise Hanlon is desperately trying to get pregnant but, after many failed IVF cycles, needs the surrogacy laws changed in Ireland to fulfill her dream.
Dr. Aidan Hampson feels that the plaque to murdered Garda Michael Reynolds should be on public display in Clontarf Garda Station. Dr Finian Fallon, son of murdered Garda Richard Fallon, would love to see a plaque in his father's memory.
UK coach driver Ryan Howard had his bag stolen from his tourist bus in Dublin yesterday.
Live from Faithlegg House Hotel in Co. Waterford
After the disturbing video of tourists being robbed at gunpoint in Dublin, callers have been in touch to share their personal experiences of robbery, assault and anti-social behaviour - experiences they'd rather forget but can't.
Following on from yesterday's video of tourists being held at gunpoint in broad daylight in Dublin, we heard further stories of anti social behaviour and personal experiences of robbery.
The news of 39 deaths in the back of a refrigerated truck in England has sent shock waves through the transport industry. Cyril McGuinness is a haulier with many years experience in the business.
Tommy Maher came back from Australia and posted some of his work tools home. The arrived in Portlaoise but have since disappeared.e.
Daniel went to renew his work visa in Cork this morning and was in a queue from 5am at the GNIB office.
At tea time yesterday, Mohammed heard screams on the street and was horrified to see a group of tourists being held up at gunpoint. See the video here: https://twitter.com/RTERadio1/status/1186614808499703810?s=20
Paddy Farrelly was very surprised to see that an entire covering of decorative stones had been taken from his mother-in-law's grave.
The Bishop of Waterford Alphonsus Cullinan says Yoga shouldn't be taught in catholic schools. Liveline listeners give their views.
Evelyn Noonan is upset about the funeral prank which featured on Liveline on Monday. Her husband is buried in the plot next to where the prank took place and Evelyn is unhappy at the antics which took place.
Bernie Kelly's brother, Patsy was assaulted and died in 2015. Bernie and her family are upset because they've just discovered that the man who was jailed as a result is getting early release from prison.
Marc Power arranged to meet a "date" through a gay dating App. But he was viciously beaten by a number of men when he arrived at the scheduled meeting place. Gardai are treating the attack as a hate crime.
Eileen had a nightmare journey from Dublin to Galway last week. When the wheelchair user realised her train was cancelled and she needed to board another one, she was stranded without assistant from Irish Rail...luckily two passengers came to her aid.
Two days after his son is born in the maternity hospital Laiju got in touch over his concerns about the lack of staff on his wife, Silty's ward. He told Joe how lovely the nurses were but there were only 2 on duty last night to look after 25 mums and their 25 babies.
Linda is looking for the good samaritan to thank them for finding her bag on the Luas and handing it in to the nearest AIB branch.
He's been driving a massive teleporter for his parents business for over a year and yet still can't qualify to apply for his car driving license, as the 17-year-old told Joe.
Anna recounted what happened when a man burst into the shop she was working in and stole the till.
Joanna, Mary, Bridget and Christina spoke about their personal experiences of being shunned by their families.
Paddy was upset they couldn't hang a tri-colour on his brother's coffin last week, while Alan explained how some priests don't like to livestream funerals. Frances gave a eulogy at her friend's service despite being told not to.
Charles wasn't allowed give a eulogy at his mother's funeral. Other people have had similar issues with funerals.
Aileen's husband is a cancer patient but had a very annoying experience on a flight back from abroad.