Sarah McInerney: ‘Broadcasting is very subjective, some people like you and some people don’t’

After leaving Newstalk in 2017, Sarah McInerney ‘didn’t have anything secure’ for two years. Then a star turn as a temporary replacement for Sean O’Rourke led to her finding a permanent berth at RTÉ, co-hosting Drivetime and now as one of the new faces of the revamped Prime Time

3rd April, 2021
Sarah McInerney: ‘Broadcasting is very subjective, some people like you and some people don’t’
Sarah McInerney: ‘Prime Time is the brand that we’ve all known for 30 years. It’s amazing to be part of that. I grew up with it.‘ Picture: Marc O’Sullivan

The lockdown, it’s done funny things to all of us.

Sarah McInerney has resorted to trying out sea swimming. Gifts following a recent significant birthday included a wetsuit and that highly controversial attire of the sea swim arriviste, the Dryrobe, and she has braved the chilly waters near her north Dublin home.

Clearly the native Galwegian, who grew up by the Atlantic in Barna, has gone soft after all her years within the...

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