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Richard Crowley (Irish journalist)

For the American politician, see Richard Crowley.
Richard Crowley
Nationality Irish
Occupation Journalist
Notable credit(s) RTÉ News and Current Affairs
Prime Time

Richard Crowley is an Irish journalist and broadcaster. He was formerly Middle East Correspondent for RTÉ News and Current Affairs, and co-presenter of the current affiars programme Prime Time on RTE television. He currently co-presents the radio programme This Week, with Colm Ó Mongain, on Sundays.

Career

Crowley began his journalistic career in the Derry Journal in 1976.[1] During the 1980s, he was a reporter and news presenter on RTÉ television. He also presented a news feature programme called Radharc. He later moved to RTÉ Radio where he presented Morning Ireland for six years, and the RTÉ News at One.[2]

He returned to RTÉ TV News, in 2001, as the Middle East correspondent reporting from the region until 2009. He also presented the news and current affairs programme, One to One, where he interviewed guests such as Colm Tóibín[3] and Alan Johnston.[4]

His book, No Man's Land, was published in October 2007. In 2009, he began presenting a new television series on RTÉ about Irish business and finance, called The Smart Money.[2][5] From June 2009, he presented and edited This Week on RTÉ Radio 1.[6] Crowley began co-presenting Prime Time in 2010, with Miriam O'Callaghan, and resigned from that role in 2012. He continues to host This Week.

Personal life

References

External links

  • Richard Crowley on a career reporting from the heart of the Arab/Israeli conflict

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