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Bryan Dobson: ‘I don’t approach interviewees differently just because they are more or less famous’

Having traded his Six One News slot for the wireless two years ago, the RTÉ veteran now finds himself presenting Morning Ireland from his home in Portobello – but says the 4am starts are still worth it

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
10th May, 2020
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Bryan Dobson, the RTÉ presenter, is now broadcasting from his home in Portobello in Dublin. Picture: Marc O'Sullivan

Every weekday morning, if you turn on RTÉ Radio One between 7am and 9am, you’re likely to hear the refined voice of Bryan Dobson as he and the Morning Ireland team deliver the first dose of national news and current affairs for the day. His tones may not have changed over the last two months, but his process for broadcasting to the nation each morning has been turned on its head.

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