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RADIO NOON - WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18, 2012

A teenager in St. John's is making a plea for the return of her late great-grandmother's prayer beads: Emily O'keefe is from St. John's and someone stole her prayer beads from the family car on January 8th. Emily was quite close to her late great-grandmother, Louisa. She joins Ramona on phone.

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CROSSTALK: You've heard people on the Burin Peninsula speak up about relatives with Alzheimer's being restrained for up to 15 hours a day because there aren't enough secure units for them. We're asking what you think? Is it acceptable to restrain dementia patients for long periods every day? Ramona's guests both have relatives who've been restrained at times, for their own safety. John Trend is in our CBC Studios in Grand Falls - Windsor and Julie Mitchell joins us on phone from Marystown.

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