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Description

Joe Duffy talks to the Irish public about affairs of the day.

Customer Reviews

Grumpy Old Men over your radiowaves.....

Ah Jaysus Joe let me tell ya.......This is how a majority of the topics on this show begin. Rambling girating old biddies who don't know what the internet is normally inhabit this call in show where the host is actually as grumpy as the dinosaurs that call in. Yes it's quite infuriating and non consequencial at times but it's a great insight into the heart of the country's mind, not for everyone but interesting and very funny (albeit not meaning to be) show and worth a listen.......

yea yea sure sure

irelands answer to the male nun is on monday to friday 1.45 to 3pm... joesphine discuses many topics from getting your food shopping in spain and the price of a cup of tea. joesphine and his followers recently picked on a 77 year old legend call SIR BOBBY whose job it is to advise the kermit the stan how to play football with the rest of his muppets,

Good Show

23 year old Irish lad, never ever listened to the show when I was in Ireland but I have since moved to Asia and love listening to the podcasts everyday. Some really good debates and discussions, and I'm glad to see the podcasts are being kept up to date. Really enjoy listening to this show, it's honestly great radio. Keep updating the podcasts, thanks.