Pat Kenny To Present Programme For UTV Ireland

Former RTÉ broadcaster Pat Kenny is set to return to screens in 2015, presenting a programme for the recently launched UTV Ireland.

The news came at the channel announced its planned programming, which includes a 60-minute nightly news programme, current affairs programming and debates on topical issues.

The channel has the exclusive broadcasting rights for ITV Studios programmes for the Republic of Ireland audience, including popular soaps Coronation Street and Emmerdale from 2015.


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