Joe Duffy’s RTE Radio show Live Line is to be taken off the air for the rest of the month it can be revealed by The Potato today.
May is Mental Health Awareness month and efforts are being made nationwide to raise awareness and prevent the spread of the mental illnesses that affect many in Ireland.
Joe Duffy’s iconic show has been proven to be one of the main hubs that spreads misery across the nation on a daily basis and keeping in line with health and safety practises, the show is being taken off the air and quarantined, to prevent any further spread or contamination around the country.
Mental illnesses do appear to be airborne pathogens and the RTE show was a highly infected site which needed to be dealt with immediately, as it has such a huge listener ship, the damage it was doing is still unknown.
The radio slot will be replaced with happy tunes from the 90s and will play back to back songs from S Club 7, Hanson, Right Said Fred and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince.
Many are welcoming the move and say it should help raise the spirits of the nation, although others are claiming that this approach is the wrong one for this country as Irish people actually enjoy complaining and hate being happy.
A decision on the long term position of the show will be made at the end of the quarantine period.
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