Audrey Carville

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Audrey Carville is an Irish journalist. She is one of the presenters of Morning Ireland, a breakfast news programme on RTÉ Radio One. She previously presented the current affairs programme The Late Debate on the same station. From 2004 to 2009, she presented the BBC World Service radio programme Europe Today, where she became known for tough questioning of European public figures. She also presented Newshour on the BBC World Service. The Irish Times described her as having a "mellifluous voice and unflappable air." [1]

Carville is a native of Castleblayney in County Monaghan in Ireland.

Previously Carville worked for BBC Radio Ulster in Northern Ireland, and prior to that worked for independent local radio stations such as Highland Radio and Northern Sound.

She was named Radio News Broadcaster of the Year in that Institute of Public Relations/BT Awards in 2004.[2] She also won a Celtic Film and Television Award. She was part of a Sony Award-winning team for current affairs journalism in 2002.

In 2011, Kim Bielenberg said in the Irish Independent that Carville would be a natural replacement for Miriam O'Callaghan at RTÉ.[3]

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