Ande is the Reality TV correspondent for TV3’s Ireland AM, giving the lowdown live every week on shows like Big brother and The X Factor. Ande’s previous TV series include BBC’s The Culture Club, Arts Live and Ten Pieces Live. You may also have spied Ande on Channel 4 and Channel 5 in the past!
Stephen Nolan is a Northern Irish radio and television presenter for BBC Northern Ireland and BBC Radio Five Live. Since 2012, Nolan has hosted a weekly TV version of The `Stephen Nolan Show` on BBC Northern Ireland every Wednesday and renowned for his hard-hitting talk, debating the big issues of the day. Joining Stephen on the show is his lovely mother, Audrey. Tune in and catch them both on Radio Lapland.
Charles “Charlie” Lawson is a Northern Irish actor. He is best known for playing Jim McDonald in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street. Originally from Enniskillen he now lives in Prestbury, Cheshire with his partner Debbie Stanley where they run a farm shop. Tune in and listen to the `Corrie legend` as he talks all talks all things Christmassy!
Sarah Travers is a Northern Irish journalist. In 2013, she ended her career as a reporter and presenter on BBC Newsline. Since ending her high-profile career, Sarah Director of Bespoke Communications @bespoke_comms and is currently an ambassador for the Northern Ireland Hospice Dementia programme. As a well thought of figure throughout Northern Ireland Sarah Travers will be hosting the feel good news daily on Radio Lapland. For a much needed pick-me-up make sure to tune in!
Adrian Logan, affectionately known as “Logie” is a Northern Irish television presenter and journalist. Renowned for his time on the UTV, Adrian left the UTV in 2009 and now works self-employed as a journalist/TV Presenter. A keen advocate for Northern Ireland Hospice, Adrian Logan will be aiming to make Christmas in Northern Ireland one to remember as he talks all things Christmas related. Tune in every Thursday 10pm – 1pm!
Jake O’Kane is a Belfast-based, stand-up comedian, and a resident compère of Northern Ireland’s longest running comedy club, “The Empire Laughs Back” at The Empire Music Hall in Belfast.