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25-02-2021, 19:01   #5596
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The way he brought Ballymaloe up today was priceless. I'm wondering has he or de missus done a course there by any chance?
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25-02-2021, 20:23   #5597
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Any reason why today's podcast is not up yet?
https://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/podcasts/#103605078
Whatever about today's, the first time he featured those two earlier in the week the podcast has some major edits/cuts made to it. I only listened to the first 40mins of it and there were 2 really obvious cuts made, incredibly poor editing skills.
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Whatever about today's, the first time he featured those two earlier in the week the podcast has some major edits/cuts made to it. I only listened to the first 40mins of it and there were 2 really obvious cuts made, incredibly poor editing skills.
I heard most of the editing department were on sick leave, D'Arcy was the only man on campus so the editing fell to him on this occasion
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25-02-2021, 20:47   #5599
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Here's where Sligojoe refers to when Joe said that even if the virus did come to Ireland it wouldn't kill us.

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I was just playing back the episode with Robbie the "Irish international".

"Even if it does come it won't kill us".

We're giving this idiot 400,000 a year for his "expertise"

Listen to him from 12 mins in. That woman was dead right.

https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer...adio1/21720780
https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer...adio1/21720780

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25-02-2021, 21:00   #5600
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Any reason why today's podcast is not up yet?
https://www.rte.ie/radio1/liveline/podcasts/#103605078
It's there now.


"It's a repeat, I'm told. That's whoy they didn't promote it."

Just after the ad break around 1hr 15min.
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I heard most of the editing department were on sick leave, D'Arcy was the only man on campus so the editing fell to him on this occasion
Nah, you'd know it was Arse'y, sure you'd hear him, 'huh, wait now, just press that there, no, nothing, just try that again AH there we go....'
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I heard most of the editing department were on sick leave, D'Arcy was the only man on campus so the editing fell to him on this occasion

I can imagine his tape splicing isn't exactly seemless, he would use the old ways so to speak...
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Here's where Sligojoe refers to when Joe said that even if the virus did come to Ireland it wouldn't kill us.



https://www.rte.ie/radio/radioplayer...adio1/21720780
I knew I didn't imagine it

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There is no way there should be so much discussion of these two solicitors and NO discussion of the Terenure College abuse case.
Probably afraid of libel suits, Terenure is hardly the only posh school to have employed a nonce
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25-02-2021, 21:19   #5605
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Probably afraid of libel suits, Terenure is hardly the only posh school to have employed a nonce

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They'd look well on the Jag wid matching rear Spoiler and a CB aerial.

Rallying over and back to the Northsoide he'd look the part.
But whoy would Joe need an aetial to listen to Clare Byrne and her lifestyle show? Sure we all know Joe do be do listening to his broadcaster of choice the BBC
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Joe is similar to the Anglo lads - likes to pick numbers or facts from his a**e. Like saying he cant mention the mitigation offered by Mrs Fraudster. It was said in public in court and reported. What is more questionable is the EVIL EVIL EVIL schtik.

Like others have said was "impressed" by John Lonergan. Not a fan usually but he stood up to Joe and kinsa "checked" him fir trying to over tabloid the story just like the journo the other day. And the only "caller" who called outraged was Whacker ex resident of C wing

Normally like Alice Leahy who I have heard speak before about how difficult it can be to work with some homeless and how challenging some homeless to be. She was like a nodding dog for Joe. She is normally a realist about homelessness and accepts that not all homeless people are a foreva home away from law abiding life, brilliant qualifications and a solid working life. Obviously though all the kids would be able to study medicine the same time due to Joes inspirational Third Level policy.
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The whole homeless thing is a red herring. None of them were discommoded. I'm sure the authorities restored their files to default after this was all sorted. If, and when, please god.. please god, any of them get back on the straight and narrow and need a car loan, their credit rating will be the same as it ever was.
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A golden nugget from way back in 2007:

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October 14 2007 04:49 AM

A charge by a High Court judge that, effectively, RTE is misleading its listeners, "must be taken seriously", the new chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Broadcasting has said.

Mr Justice Paul Carney's damning criticism of the Liveline radio programme, and its host Joe Duffy, is the latest in a chorus of concern about the apparent lack of transparency behind the making of the programme.

Liveline is marketed by RTE to its listeners as an opportunity for members of the public to telephone the State broadcaster to discuss topics of the day with the host.

However, there is growing evidence to suggest that the programme makers actively pursue participants to generate heated and what occasionally turn into unbalanced debates on controversies.

This increasingly regular phenomenon is publicly rejected by RTE, which has claimed that a majority of callers to Liveline result from them contacting the show, either to suggest a topic or to respond to something.

But he added: "When a High Court judge makes a criticism of a programme, it has to be taken seriously."

Yesterday, however, RTE was remaining silent about the charge made by Mr Justice Carney.

"We won't be making any comment," an RTE spokeswoman said.

However, the Sunday Independent understands that behind the scenes in RTE there is concern at the regularity with which Liveline fails to adhere to its marketed purpose as a phone-in programme.

The senior judge said: "Finally, we got an interesting insight into how Mr Joe Duffy operates. In the explosive atmosphere after sentence being imposed, in ignorance of who he was, one of Mr Duffy's researchers approached a court official looking for a comment. This shatters the myth of Mr Duffy being a kindly old gentleman who sits by his telephone in Dublin waiting for it to ring.
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The Broadcasting Complaints Commission (BCC) recently heard a complaint from a member of the public which goes to the heart of the charge made.

It related to a Liveline programme on November 21, 2006, concerning the murder of a Latvian woman in Dublin.

The complainant, a Mr Raymond Duggan, submitted that though Liveline is being marketed as a programme where listeners "ring in" of their own accord to discuss a topic, the programme often rings people and asks them to air their views.

Mr Duggan suggested that the show fails to make this clear to the listener and gave a misleading impression. Mr Duggan believed this practice to be deceptive, and felt that it may allow the programme to "pursue an agenda that the listener is unaware of".

In this case, RTE submitted that a majority of callers to Liveline result from them contacting the show. "Occasionally," according to RTE, "the programme's production team may contact an interested party to alert them to a point of view raised by a caller, so as to afford them the opportunity of going on air."

The comments last week of Mr Justice Carney would appear to add validity to Mr Duggan's complaint, which was not upheld by the BCC. The Sunday Independent is aware of scenarios similar to those expressed by Mr Duggan and Mr Justice Carney.

This newspaper recently spoke to a grieving widower who told of how, several years ago, his then seriously ill wife had discussed a particular issue on the show.

When the show's producers subsequently learned that she had died from cancer, they rang her husband, and encouraged him to go on air.

A shy man, he refused -- but he did offer some comments off-air. He says Mr Duffy then "misleadingly" told his listeners that the man had contacted the show.

Speaking recently about his experience, the widower said: "It left me very angry. The way it was portrayed on air, it was like I rang in.
The show phoned me, and while they were courteous in their dealings with me on the phone, Joe's comments were misleading and unfair."

In recent months several participants have stated on air that they had been contacted by Liveline.
https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-26324865.html

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25-02-2021, 23:52   #5610
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Good to see nothing has changed since...

Actually think they've got worse
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