My Radio career thus far.

I’ve worked in radio for over twelve years or so, starting my radio journey with Flirt FM, Galway’s alternative student station where I worked as Production Manager.

In January 2019 I landed my dream job with iRadio, taking over their talk show. I present and produce iRadio’s “The Hub” it broadcasts Sunday – Thursday evenings 9pm – Midnight.

The show is an exciting collaboration of interviews and debates hosted by me. I like to think I bring a range of opinions and thoughts to current affairs topics that allow listeners to express their feelings on the matters covered on the show.

On The Hub, there is no matter or topic too big, or two small that cannot be discussed or debated with the audience, if the topic matters to them, it matters to us. I also have the odd celebrity interview on the show, you never know who you’ll meet on “The Hub”.

How did it all begin with iRadio?

In 2010 I secured my first presenting job in iRadio, taking over their alternative new music show, called iTest, which became Vodafone’s First Play, then becoming First Play. It broadcast Sunday evenings on iRadio from 6pm – 10pm. I honestly cherished being able to play so much new music on the show, and meet so many amazing new talented bands; who I would invite in for studio sessions.


I also presented iRadio’s iWeekend, a fantastic Saturday afternoon show where I boldly boasted massive listenership of over 126,000 listeners. I loved the interaction with listeners, the giveaways, the music, everything about this show was upbeat, exciting and exactly what weekends are all about.

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