Marie Louise is a broadcaster, writer and lecturer, best known for her work with BBC and RTE.
Myles Dungan is one of Ireland’s best-known and most respected broadcasters.
Brenda Power is a broadcaster and journalist. She has worked in both television and radio, presented her own shows on RTE Radio 1 and Newstalk Radio
Weather forecaster Evelyn Cusack is Deputy Head of Forecasting with Met Éireann. A regular on RTE, and a viewers’ favourite, Evelyn has a BSc from UCD in Physics and Maths and an MSc in Physics.
Con Murphy is one of Ireland’s best-known broadcasters. The former presenter of Crimecall and Monday Night Soccer, on RTE TV, he was also the voice of weekend sport on RTE Radio for many years.
Alan, a household name with a wealth of experience in media and communications, has been the face of TV3 news since 1998, fronting major news events at home and abroad, including…
Seán Rocks is best known as the presenter of Arena, RTÉ Radio 1’sflagship arts and entertainment programme (Mon-Fri 7.30 – 8.30pm)
Rosin Ni Thomain is the presenter of the new RTE TV series, “Sisters Of Science”.
A presenter, commentator and reporter, John Kenny has been working with RTE Radio and TV since the late 1980s.
Brian worked for the national broadcaster for more than 30 years as a radio and TV reporter and newscaster. He was appointed London Correspondent in 1989 and London Editor in 1995. He left RTE when its Westminster bureau closed in September 2012.
Siobhan Bastible is a TV3 News Anchor, and one of TV’s real up-and-coming stars.
Dublin footballer Eamon Fennell, an All Ireland winner in 2011, has joined Ireland’s fastest-growing talent agency.
Colette O’Flynn, B. Physio, (Hons), M.I.S.C.P., Lic. Ac., is one of Ireland’s best-known health and fitness professionals – featuring on RTE television, and in the national press. She works with some of the most prestigious companies in the country, including the ESB, RTE, Irish Life and Fitzwilliam Lawn Tennis Club.
Yvonne Joye is an author and journalist, contributing to The Irish Independent, The Examiner, The Sunday World and the Daily Mirror. She is also a weekly columnist with The Kerryman, penning the unique column – the “Joyes of Life”. In addition, she is a broadcaster and regular contributor to “The Morning Show” (TV3) TVAM (TV3), Midday (TV3) and Today (RTE).
Tim, a former Irish basketball captain, and multi-capped international, is the voice of basketball on the national broadcaster, famed for his knowledgeable and enthusiastic commentaries, punctuated by his catchphrase “Downnnn-townnn!” He has been RTE’s main basketball commentator/analyst for more than two decades.
Marc is one of Ireland’s best-known voice-actors; distinctive, dynamic and memorable. His rich, sonorous voice can be heard both nationally and internationally on numerous TV / Radio commercials, promos and documentaries.