Development & Alumni Relations Office 

Media

 
 
  • Arron Armstrong BA Politics 1999; Presenter at Sky Sports News
  • Jonathan Bramley – BSc Computer Science 1987; Senior Producer BBC (including Olympic Games coverage), Executive Producer Rio 2016 and Pyeongchang 2018
  • Mark Carruthers BA Politics 1987, MA Irish Politics 1989; BBC TV & radio Journalist (W)
  • Orla Chennaoui – LLB 2001; Sky Sports reporter (W)
  • Kathy Clugston – BA French 1991; continuity announcer on BBC radio (W)
  • Manus Cranny – BSc Management 1989; European markets editor for Bloomberg TV (B)
  • William Crawley – BA Philosophy 1990, MA Philosophy 1992, PhD 1999, DLit 2012; BBC journalist and broadcaster; FRSA, Eisenhower Fellow (2012), Honorary Graduate (2012) (W)
  • Peter Dickson – BA Psychology 1979; voiceover artist (X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, Chris Moyle's Quiz Night) (W)
  • Dr Brian Edwards BA 1961; broadcaster, writer and media consultant in New Zealand (W)
  • Alan Green – BA Modern History 1974; Radio 5 Live broadcaster (W)
  • Brendan Keenan – BSc (Econ) 1967; Group Business Editor at Irish Independent
  • John Kelly – LLB 1987; Presenter, RTÉ Lyric FM (W)
  • Patrick Kielty – BSSc Psychology 1992; TV presenter/comedian (W)
  • Annie Mac – BA English 1999; BBC Radio 1 presenter (W)
  • Nicola McCarthy  – BA English 2005; Senior Broadcast Journalist, Manchester City FC (T
  • Alf McCreary – BA Modern History 1963; journalist and author (W)
  • Annita McVeigh – BA Politics 1991; BBC broadcaster (W)
  • David Montgomery – BA 1970; former CEO Mirror Group Newspapers (W)
  • Bill Neely – BA Modern History 1981; Chief Global Correspondent for NBC News; former International Editor for ITV News (W)
  • Ramona Nicholas – BSc Pharmacy 1998; Dragons’ Den panellist (RTÉ)
  • Stephen Nolan – BA French and Business Studies 1995; BBC NI TV/radio presenter; BBC Radio 5 Live presenter (W)
  • Sharon Noonan –  BA Business Admin 1995; Presenter West Limerick 102FM
  • Nick Ross – BA Psychology 1971; journalist/broadcaster, former presenter of Crimewatch 
  • Zoe Salmon – LLB 2002; TV presenter (formerly of Blue Peter) (W)
  • Jonathon Scott – BSc Zoology 1972; wildlife photographer, zoologist, host of Big Cat Diary (W)
  • Chloe Sharville – LLB 2013; (née McLennan) AKA DJ Loéca (Ibiza) (W)
  • Mark Simpson – BA History 1989; BBC TV and radio journalist (W)
  • Denis Tuohy – BA 1959; TV broadcaster, actor, newsreader and journalist (W)

 

 

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