John Burke was appointed Series Editor of Morning Ireland, News at One, and This Week programmes in 2020. Prior to joining RTÉ, he worked as Crime Correspondent and Public Affairs Correspondent for leading Irish newspapers
Brendan Fitzpatrick began his career at his local radio station in Tipperary before moving to RTÉ. He has been editor in charge of some of Morning Ireland's biggest stories, including the election of Barack Obama in 2008
Emma McNamara has extensive experience in business reporting, in both the print and broadcast media. She was a regular presenter of the business news on Morning Ireland, later being appointed an editor
Lisa Pereira was a reporter, then editor, on Morning Ireland before taking up a new challenge to develop the programme's online presence. She began her career in Dublin and also worked for several years at RFI in Paris.
Dr Gavin Jennings started broadcasting while he was studying Medicine at NUI, Galway - fronting news and sports shows on community radio. He presented several RTÉ programmes before moving to Morning Ireland.
Aine Lawlor is one of the best-known broadcasters on Irish radio and television. She has worked on RTÉ's highest-profile radio and TV programmes, including a documentary tracking her own battle with cancer
Mary Wilson was well-known on television screens as Legal Affairs Editor before coming indoors to the radio studios. She is a multi-award winning journalist, initially presenting Drivetime and now Morning Ireland.
Brian Jennings began his career in pirate radio with colleagues who, like him, would go on to become well-known RTÉ names. He reported on some of the most important stories of recent times before turning his hand to newscasting.
Cian McCormack is a multi-award winning reporter with Morning Ireland. He has covered some of the biggest stories here and abroad, and was named News Reporter of the Year in the PPI Radio Awards for three years in a row.
John S. Doyle entered journalism when he and some friends founded In Dublin magazine in the late 70s. It attracted young writers and artists many of whom went on to become prominent figures in the arts and media.