Metropolis: A quizzical nature

Sean Moncrieff's sardonic style has made him one of the stars of Newstalk and now he's hoping for similar success with a new quiz show, writes Deirdre O'Shaughnessy.

23rd March, 2014
Sean Moncrieff. Picture: Feargal Ward

After moving to Ballinasloe from London at the age of 12, it didn't take Sean Moncrieff long to lose almost all traces of his English accent. There are certain words now that give him the urge to restore it, but the strongest one of all is the drawl he brings to the word breakfast', a gift from his Scottish father.

The 52-year-old radio presenter, journalist and author has been well known to Irish TV viewers since...

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