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Bryan Dobson

This afternoon.

Laura Fitzgerald writes:

RTÉ News today confirmed that Bryan Dobson will join the team of presenters on RTÉ Radio 1’s Morning Ireland, the most-listened-to radio programme in Ireland.

After 21 years presenting RTÉ One’s Six One News programme, the broadcaster will move to be a permanent presenter on RTÉ Radio 1’s flagship radio programme at the end of October.

Bryan will join co-presenters Rachael English, Dr Gavin Jennings and Audrey Carville as a main anchor of the RTÉ Radio 1 programme.

In addition to presenting Morning Ireland, Bryan will continue to be a key presenter for RTÉ’s television coverage of special state events including the forthcoming Budget 2018.

Fight!

Pic: RTÉ

Meanwhile…

Zainab Boladale

Via RTÉ

This September, first time television presenter Zainab Boladale from Ennis, Co. Clare is the newest addition to the news2day team.

news2day is RTÉ’s news service designed specifically for children, featuring Irish and international news of interest to a young audience.

Following a call out to media & journalism graduates across the country, and a comprehensive audition process, DCU graduate Zainab, who was born in Lagos, Nigeria and came to ireland when she was four-years-old was chosen to join the team and began broadcasting live this week on RTÉ Two and RTÉ News Now.

Pic: RTÉ

9 thoughts on “The Rising Dobson

  1. dav

    That’s how the BBC killed off John Peel, they couldn’t sack him so they changed his broadcasting hours around, getting him up early in the am etc and eventually he had a heart attack…

  2. newsjustin

    I wonder will he still be on telly money?

    Harder job on morning Ireland I’d say. Reading the news is like falling off a log, but interviews are tougher….and so early!

  3. dhaughton99

    Give him a try out first. He should stand in for Ronan Collins while he’s ill. Wonder what Dobs playlists are like.

  4. Joe

    “special state events including the forthcoming Budget 2018”
    Is Budget 2018 a state event? Like will there be a wreath laying in Glasnevin for it and all?

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