Yvonne Joye

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 McCarthy

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.

Sean Rocks

Seán Rocks is best known as the presenter of Arena, RTÉ Radio 1’sflagship arts and entertainment programme (Mon-Fri 7.30 – 8.30pm)

Natalie Baker

Natalie Baker is a presenter working throughout Ireland and the UK, covering topics such as celebrity gossip, music, fashion and shopping.

Marc O’Neill

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.

Lewis Magee

Actor and writer Lewis Magee is best known in his comedic role of Spuddie in RTE’s hit TV series Damo & Ivor.

Jonathan Creasy

Dr. Jonathan Creasy is an author, editor, publisher, teacher and musician.
His best-known work is The Black Mountain Letters, a book of poems and essays published in 2016 by Dalkey Archive Press.