Friday December 13, 2019

First Person: Alison Curtis

Radio presenter Alison Curtis moved to Ireland after graduating with a BA in Anthropology from the University of Toronto. She began her Irish radio career with Phantom FM, before moving to Today FM as a researcher and then producer on The Ian Dempsey

15th August, 2015
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Alison Curtis, Radio DJ

Curtis took Irish citizenship in 2013 because she didn’t want to be the only Canadian in the house. She lives with her husband, musician Anton Hegarty, and their daughter Joan in East Wall in Dublin.

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