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.
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.