1. What were you doing when you were my age (21) and how did you get to where you are today? It’s almost all available on my website and Wikipedia but at the age of 21, I had almost completed a three year course at Queens, a degree in economics. I then spent a …
Seamus McKee is a prolific Northern Irish broadcaster and has been on the air for the last thirty years, throughout the emergence of a more peaceful Northern Ireland.
WIP Class Intern, Sarah Mulcahy Talks Politics & Society with Canon Donal Linehan, a retired Priest from Ballinora, County Cork, Ireland
WIP Class Intern, Michaela Crawley Talks with Professor Marianne Elliott, a leading historian in Ireland, best known for her acclaimed biography Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish Independence
WIP Class Intern, Maria Kinsella Talks Politics, Leadership, GAA and 2012 US Presidential Election with Pat Deering, Fine Gael TD for Fine Gael, Carlow Kilkenny
WIP Class Intern, Eoin O’Liatháin Talks Politics, Leadership and Careers with Peter Cassells, Executive Director of the Kennedy Centre for Conflict Intervention at NUI Maynooth, Chairperson Irish Holocaust Education Trust Ireland, Former General Secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions & Member of the Institute of European Affairs and the Council of the European Movement.
WIP Class Intern, Jessica Caldwell Talks Politics, Leadership and Careers with Isabel Jennings of Student Plus, Queen’s University Belfast
WIP Class Intern, Wilmé Verwoerd talks Politics, Leadership and the Role of Women in Politics with Senator Ivana Bacik of the Labour Party.
WIP Class Intern, Jonny Elliott talks Politics, Leadership and Health and Social Care with NI Minister for Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Edwin Poots.