Kathryn made her television debut in May 1998 on Rapid, a young people's series for RTÃ‰ and has been on our screens ever since. For almost a decade, the Carlow native was lead presenter on the hugely successful travel series No Frontiers, reporting on some of the most exciting and unusual holiday destinations around the globe.
For the past three years Kathryn has been presenter of Winning Streak, RTÃ‰ One's long running popular Saturday night game show. In 2011, Kathryn took over as presenter of Operation Transformation, the series which encourages members of the public to transform their health and lifestyle.
Kathryn was winner of the TV Personality of the Year Award at the Irish Film and Television Awards, as well as Best Female Presenter at the TV Now Awards in 2008. In the same year, she also released her own travel book documenting the many places she had visited throughout the years. Kathryn has also taken part in the Special Olympics Live, St Patrick's Day celebrations and the People in Need Telethon.
Eoghan made his presenting debut in 2006 and his presenting credits to date include Frenemies, Immeal Geall, CULA 4 & POP4 for whom he recently covered the World Music Awards in Monaco.
As a fluent Irish speaker, he has been in huge demand with TG4 and with his young, trendy and fresh approach to presenting; his style crosses the Irish/English speaking audiences with ease. His dynamic and fresh approach to presenting didn't go unnoticed by MTV who named him one of the top presenting talents of 2008.
As well as presenting, Eoghan has turned his hand to acting and is an experienced choreographer. He completed his dance training in the world renowned Broadway Dance Center and has performed all over the world, supporting some of the biggest names in music including Rihanna, The Pussycat Dolls and Chris Brown
Eoghan has also established himself in the acting world having played the lead role of 'DJ Pete' in all four series of the popular TG4/BBC NI teen drama, 'Seach'. Eoghan is now living in London where he presents the hugely popular 'drive-time' slot with radio station XFM.