Three time IFTA award winner, Keelin Shanley works as a journalist in RTÉ Television and Radio.
Working with RTÉ's flagship current affairs television programme, Prime Time, she has made a number of landmark documentaries including Sex Traffic, Cocaine and Saturday Night, Sunday Morning which showed the impact of Irish alcohol use over a 24 hour period.
She has also worked for Radio France International and for CNN World Report. She has covered stories in a number of developing countries including post earthquake Haiti, gang wars in Honduras and the use of child soldiers in Joseph Kony's on-going war in Northern Uganda.
She has won a number of awards for her work including Science Journalist of the Year, Social and Campaigning journalist of the year, a Health Journalism award, a Law Society award and a Radharc award. Keelin is married with two young children.
Bill Tyson is a multi-award winning Irish journalist and producer. Campaigning investigative journalism that exposed anti-consumer practices at the Irish Nationwide Building Society was the highlight of Tyson's stint as personal finance editor with the Irish Independent, when he won three ESB national media awards between 2000 and 2004. In 2007, he also received an honourable mention in the UCD/Smurfit business journalism awards.?
On the last series of The Consumer Show, Bill exposed how many thousands of Irish people were ripped off with Payment Protection Insurance. Since then widespread repayments have been made by banks. Also in 2012, writing in the Sunday Times, Bill exposed the "churning" issue showing how brokers mis-sell investment policies to unsuspecting clients. He has also highlighted many financial consumer issues writing for the Irish Independent, Sunday Independent and several magazines.
Bill holds a Masters Degree in Screenwriting and a Certified Diploma in Accounting and Finance.
Kathriona Devereux is a presenter and producer with extensive experience on a range of TV programmes. She most recently co-presented RTÉ 1's The Science Squad and produced RTÉ's What's Ireland Eating and From Here to Maternity.
Previously she produced and presented the travel series Small World and the long running science series Scope.
In addition to her TV work, Kathriona completed an MSc in Science Communication in 2010 and her thesis was an investigation of Irish science, technology and innovation policy.
Tadhg Enright has been a business journalist on Irish and British TV & radio for more than 10 years, having worked for INN Radio, RTÉ News and most recently Sky News before joining The Consumer Show team.
After a busy few years covering the Eurozone financial crisis from Dublin, London and Brussels, he's back on home ground tackling the consumer issues that get under Irish people's skin.
Tadhg has a BA in Journalism from Dublin City University and an award for outstanding achievement from West Virginia University where he spent a semester studying at the Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism.