Myles Dungan

Myles Dungan is one of Ireland s best-known and most respected broadcasters. A frontline RTE presenter, he has been hosting current affairs, arts and sports programmes on both radio and television for more than two decades. A Fulbright scholar, educated at UCD and the University of California, Berkeley, he is the author of 11 books, […]

Brenda Power

Brenda Power is a broadcaster and journalist. She has worked in both television and radio, presented her own shows on RTE Radio 1 and Newstalk Radio, as well as presenting CrimeCall on RTE 1 TV and working as a presenter/reporter on Would You Believe. Her book, The Noughties – From Glitz to Gloom, was a […]

Marie Louise O’Donnell

Marie Louise is a broadcaster, writer and lecturer, best known for her work with BBC and RTE. She has lectured extensively in Ireland, Europe and the USA in education, Irish drama, Irish culture and language, and is a noted after dinner speaker. She has also acted as Master of Ceremonies for many national and international […]

Jonathan Creasy

Dr. Jonathan Creasy is an author, editor, publisher, teacher and musician. His best-known work is The Black Mountain Letters, a book of poems and essays published in 2016 by Dalkey Archive Press.Educated at California Institute of the Arts and Trinity College Dublin, he has First Class degrees in English Literature. Formerly a Writing Consultant in […]

Sinead McCoole

Historian and author Sin ad McCoole has joined the Pegasus team. Sinead will join the star-studded lineup of authors, presenters and academics touring with Myles Dungan’s Mna na hEireann history roadshow. Sinead is the author of many books – including No Ordinary Women and Easter Widows, the untold story of the wives of the executed […]