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Late Lunch Tuesday March 14th 2023

Joanne O'Dwyer from the Red Door Project spoke to us about addiction and the cocaine epidemic she encounters in the course of her work. Brian Pennie told us why it isn't as simple as manifesting what we desire. Tony Conlon did his motoring thing and we found out where in the world Lizzy Doran is today!

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