Despite gracing our screens for almost 20 years, the public know very little about TV presenter Nuala Carey. That's about to change as she opens up to RTÉ Guide's Michael Doherty up about her life and work. Get a sneak peek below.
Although she's been gracing our screens for almost 20 years, the public know very little about her. The all-rounder, who describes herself as "a bit of a worker bee",
She talks keeping her appearance simple on television - saying "I don't care where an outfit is from as long as it does the job" - how people ask her to touch their Lotto tickets for good luck and keeping the show on the road after her father was diagnosed with cancer.
"I love coming to work, I really do", she says. "Sometimes when I'm presenting the Lotto and being bubbly, I do wonder how I'm doing this when everything is going so wrong in another part of my life."
Elsewhere in this week's RTÉ Guide...
- Phina Oruche Darragh McManus talks to the Taken Down actress about life-changing moments and playing such a complex character.
- Kathleen Watkins The Irish broadcaster chats to Donal O'Donoghue about childhood, career, her husband Gay and her new children's book.
- Peter Brown The author-illustrator talked to Stephen Meyler about his newest book, The Wild Robot Escapes
- Michelle Obama Donal O'Donoghue reviews the former First Lady's memoir, Becoming.