what is the point of her?
Esther is a writer and podcaster living in Dublin. She is also an experienced voice-over artist for TV, radio and audio books. Esther has written for Image Magazine, The Irish Times, Irish Tatler, The Irish Independent and other places that don’t have ‘Irish’ in the title including, Image.ie, The Business Post, House and Home and Rogue Collective. Recently, she commissioned herself to write this bio.
RADIO & PODCASTS
Esther presented 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. On The 80%, Esther is 80% happy for the success of her guests who have included Amy Huberman, Emer McLysaght, Ian Dempsey, Sophie White and Aisling Bea. She also produced and presented the limited series Esther Is In Bits, a podcast about being in bits and then being better. Currently, Esther is the producer and third wheel to Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney on their popular podcast Lennon Courtney Left Alone. In addition, she produces Darren Kennedy’s The Secret Life of Celebrity Pets, Am Seo podcast hosted by former GAA star Diarmuid Connelly and Jonathan Courtenay, Poz Vibes Podcast with Robbie Lawlor and Veda Lady and The Trans Vibe Podcast. Esther is a regular pop culture contributor to the Louise McSharry Show on 2FM and The Brendan O’Connor Show on Radio 1.
Esther has written for The Irish Times, Sunday Independent, Image Magazine, Irish Tatler and House and Home where she had a column in 2019/2020 called Double Barrelled Renovation. It contained almost zero practical renovation information. She is also a regular contributor to Rogue Collective. During the first 2020 lockdown, Esther wrote a weekly lockdown diary for Image.ie where she covered such hot topics as bird feeders, changing her house alarm code and figuring out that at certain times of the day, she could sunbathe from her bed. She also writes a free newsletter and a not free Patreon diary where she documents earth shattering experiences such as finding a rat on top of her kitchen boiler.
Eh…no. That’s it I think. She can play Silent Night on the tin whistle and is quite tall, in case you needed anything taken down from a high shelf. Book her immediately.