“Turning the Tables” – a new series of the media podcast from d2 communications
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The second series of the “Turning the Tables” media podcast from d2 communications “airs” from Friday January 29 to Friday March 5. Presented by Don Delaney, director of d2 communications, the podcast features interviews with some of Ireland’s leading journalists, editors and producers.
Among the guests to be featured in this latest series are Paul Cullen, health editor of the Irish Times, Elayne Devlin, series producer of RTÉ Radio One’s Drivetime programme, and Sinead Ryan, producer with Virgin Media’s Ireland AM.
Each episode sees Don go behind the media scenes, delving deep into the careers of guests, and examining the stories that grab their attention.
Listeners can expect to be informed and entertained, and there will undoubtedly be one or two surprise revelations along the way!
So, make sure to make a date with “Turning the Tables” each Friday lunchtime at 1pm as we go on a journey of discovery with some of Ireland’s leading media lights.
To access the podcasts as they drop, follow d2 communications at www.linkedin.com/company/d2communications
Series one featured interviews with Eilish O’Regan, Irish Independent health correspondent, Ger Scully, Tullamore Tribune editor, Will Faulkner, Midlands 103 station manager, Eric Moylan, Newstalk senior editor, Sinead O’Carroll, Journal.ie editor, and Janet Frawley, series producer of the Today Show on RTÉ One television.
About d2 communications
d2 communications is an Irish public relations consultancy specialising in the charity sector and offering a range of services, including PR / publicity, strategic communications planning, and media training.
The founder and director of d2 communications is Don Delaney. A former television presenter with RTÉ and a current affairs presenter on Midlands 103, Don has held senior communications roles with the Irish Cancer Society, the Rehab Group, Fleishman-Hillard and the Health Service Executive.