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Broadcast Journalist Seamus McKee is a broadcast journalist and has presented BBC Radio Ulster’s, Evening Extra since 2009. Before moving to Evening Extra, Seamus presented BBC Radio Ulster’s, Good Morning Ulster programme for almost 30-years. High profile documentaries Seamus has worked on for BBC NI, BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4 include the disappearance of Lord Lucan and the life and times of the late Gerry Fitt. Seamus has been the BBC NI commentator at a number of outside broadcasts including President Clinton’s visits and the Omagh Commemoration. Seamus attended Queen’s University in Belfast and is a qualified teacher, and previously taught English and French at Our Lady and Saint Patrick’s College, Knock in Belfast. Seamus started his BBC career as a freelance broadcast journalist reporting on sports, arts and current affairs, while he continued to teach part time. In 1981 he became a full time presenter on Good Morning Ulster. Born in Belfast, Seamus still lives in the city with wife Brenda and has two children.
Author Stuart Neville's debut novel, THE TWELVE, won the Mystery/Thriller category of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and was picked as one of the top crime novels of 2009 by both the New York Times and the LA Times. His first four novels have each been longlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, and RATLINES was shortlisted for the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger. Stuart's novels have been translated into various languages, including German, Japanese, Polish, Swedish, Greek and more. His fourth novel, RATLINES, about Nazis harboured by the Irish state following WWII is currently in development for television.