Pat Kenny (1948-) is a broadcaster. Born in Dublin, he studied chemical engineering in UCD and worked as a lecturer in Bolton Street College of Technology before joining RTÉ as a part-time radio announcer in 1972. He presented 'Today Tonight' and won a Jacob's award in 1986 for presenting three radio shows concurrently: 'Saturday View', 'The Kenny Report' and 'The Outside Track'.
Following the 1988 'Eurovision Song Contest', which he co-hosted with Michelle Rocca, he presented a number of chat shows, including 'Kenny Live'. He took over 'The Late Late Show' from Gay Byrne in 1999. In 2009 he began presenting 'The Frontline', a current affairs debate show. He also presents 'Today with Pat Kenny' on radio.