As well as presenting this year's People of the Year Awards, Grainne co-presented RTÉ Television's popular Up For The Match specials, in September, with Des Cahill. Grainne is the only news anchor to have presented the inaugural news bulletins on two Irish terrestrial stations, TV3 and TG4, and she will be the first television personality to have worked with all four Irish television stations; TG4, TV3, Sky News Ireland and RTÉ.
In 2004, she was a very popular winner of the VIP Style Awards. Educated at Mercy Convent, Spiddal, County Galway, Gráinne graduated with honours in English, Sociology and Political Science from University College Galway before completing a Higher Diploma in Applied Communications for Television and Radio, also at UCG. Gráinne is the Patron of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI) and in her spare time she follows GAA
and Premiership Football.
Síle Seoige has been a television presenter for ten years and she has worked for both RTÉ and TG4. In the summer of 2005, she took part in the first hugely successful Charity You're a Star series, in which she raised over forty thousand euro for Galway based charity, Cope. The following month she co-presented season four of the hit entertainment series. She co-presented live coverage of the St. Patrick's Day Parade for three years.
She has appeared as a guest presenter on travel programme No Frontiers and co-presented season one of RTÉ's entertainment series Class Act with Aidan Power. In 2007 she guest presented RTÉ's daytime programme The Afternoon Show with Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh. She will present series 5 of TG4's flagship show Paisean Faisean with copresenter Bláthnaid Ní Dhonnchadha and this October she will join her sister Gráinne on RTÉ One for a new
series of the popular daytime show, SEOIGE.