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Esther is a writer and podcaster living in Dublin.
Writing credits include The Sunday Times, Business Post, The Irish Times, Irish Tatler, Irish Independent, Image.ie, Image Magazine, Rogue Collective and Irish Examiner.
Esther is also the co-creator and co-host of Emer & Esther’s Sunday Roast with Emer & Esther, a podcast about the joy of carvery and roast dinners. Each week, Esther and Emer McLysaght travel all over Ireland investigating carvery lunches like the Nicola Tallants of roast potatoes. The podcast will be doing a live show in the Beyond The Pale festival in June 2023.
In addition, she is a pop culture contributor on Louise McSharry’s podcast Catch up and on the culture panel on RTE Radio One’s Brendan O’Connor Show.
From 2019-2020, she wrote a bi-monthly column for House and Home magazine where she documented her home renovation which contained little to no practical information a reader could actually use but lots about her Illuminati obsessed floor man. She is also an experienced voice-over artist for TV, radio and audio books.
RADIO & PODCASTS
Through her production company, Esther also produces podcasts for brands and individuals. Projects include The Lennon Courtney Podcast, Poz Vibes Podcast, The Number with Darren Kennedy, A Wee Boost by Dublin Fringe Festival and Project Arts Centre and The Trans Vibe Podcast. She has also worked on a number of podcasts on the Go Loud Network for Bauer Media including Read the Room and Chancers. Other production credits include Darren Kennedy’s The Secret Life of Celebrity Pets and Am Seo podcast hosted by Diarmuid Connelly and Jonathan Courtenay. Get in touch at email@example.com if you have an idea you want to bring to life.
Esther presented and produced Saturday Lunch on TXFM from 2014-2016 which was always top of the station’s JNLRs. When TXFM closed, Esther started the The 80% podcast (past guests included Amy Huberman, Ian Dempsey, Sophie White and Aisling Bea). It is now in retirement but was always a ratings winner and lots of fun to make. She also produced and presented the limited series Esther Is In Bits, a podcast about being in bits and then being better. Esther also contributes to The Business on Radio 1 .