Ronan Kelly

Radio Producer, RTE, IE

Ronan Kelly has worked in RTÉ since 1987. Prior to that he worked in CNN, Channel 13 in New York and as a commercial video producer. He began in RTE TV as a presenter/reporter in health and environment programmes and, then, became a radio producer in 1990. As well as producing all the main daily magazine shows, he  was part of the team bringing computerisation to radio production.  He also designed and launching the speech radio station, RTÉ Choice (now Radio 1 Extra). Since 2011, he has worked on radio documentaries as well as producing the short documentary series, "The Curious Ear". Ronan occasionally works in RTÉ television, recording voice-overs for TV documentaries and as a video journalist for 'Nationwide'.


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For two streetwise Irish boys who loved hopping on trains and ferries and discovering new faraway places, one adventure took them so far they become front page news.

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For two streetwise Irish boys who loved hopping on trains and ferries and discovering new faraway places, one adventure took them so far they become front page news.

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