Friday, 4 November 2011

Tonight with Vincent Browne

For a refreshing and intelligent political debate can I suggest you forget the BBC and consider instead a nightly program from Ireland that is Tonight with Vincent Browne

From the website:Vincent Browne has been in journalism since 1968.

He was Northern News Editor of The Irish Press group 1970-'72, with Independent Newspapers from 1973 to 1977.

He founded and launched Magill magazine in 1977. Vincent was Editor of The Sunday Tribune from 1983 to 1994.

He is a columnist with The Irish Times and The Sunday Business Post.

He broadcast on RTE radio from 1996 to 2007.

He was editor and publisher of Village magazine and is writing a biography of Charles Haughey.

Vincent is married to Jean Learmond and they have two children, Emma and Julia.

Hat Tip: Golem XIV - Thoughts

1 comment:

Prometheuswrites said...

Well worth a watch:

"Ireland has lost it's sovereign status" apparantly ... and the current economic situation is a "house of cards" where the EMF, IMF, etc hold the cards that trump the self determination of debtor nations.

And no mention of "crossfire" in the Irish press, in the section on Gaddafi's death ...