Evening top 5: Politicians need to listen; Enda's battle cry and rating your TD

The top stories on Newstalk.com this Sunday...

Tánaiste Joan Burton says it is important for politicians to listen to people

It comes after Taoiseach Enda Kenny claimed there were a lot of 'whingers' in Castlebar.

The Taoiseach has come under pressure to make an apology.

Mr Kenny made the comments at a rally in the town last night.

Taoiseach says supporters cannot allow the public to give Fianna Fáil another chance

He was speaking a rally of party supporters at its election headquarters in Dublin.

In a speech that was at times emotional, Mr Kenny urged supporters to help give the government another five-year mandate.

New website lets you get up and close and personal with TDs and candidates, sort of

TDer - based on the dating app 'Tindr' - allows people to rate them by swiping left or right.

The developers of the site say it "lets you get up close and personal with the gorgeous men and women of Dail Eireann".

Ireland will have a representative in diving at Olympics for first time in nearly seven decades

The 23-year-old put in an impressive performance in the men’s 3m Springboard event to finish in 11th place with the top 18 securing places for their country at the Games and a semi-final spot.

Dingley sat comfortably within the qualification places for the duration of the event ranking as high as 5th at one stage.

'Murder She Wrote' star Angela Lansbury honoured at Dublin International Film Festival

Known to many as Jessica Fletcher, she received the Volta lifetime achievement award at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

She was presented with the award by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who was booed by some audience members when he went on stage.