Pat Kenny recently interviewed Bill Clinton the 42nd US president. It was in in dept interview which covered the key role he played in the peace process, how Brexit will affect Northern Ireland, US Politics, any many more interesting topics.
The annual Irish Film and TV awards take place in the Doubletree Hilton Hotel in Dublin this Friday night.
We are delighted to announce that many of our talent have been nominated for awards.
In the entertainment category, Baz and Nancy have been shortlisted for their show "50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy".
Reality programmes see some strong contenders including "Operation Transformation" with Karl Henry, Kathryn Thomas and Dr Ciara Kelly.
In the Best Single Documentary category, Joe Duffy's "Children of the Revolution" has been nominated.
Current affairs nominees include Claire Byrne for her show "Claire Byrne Live".
IFTA, the Irish Film & Television Academy, has also announced that broadcaster Pat Kenny is to receive the Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award.
TV3 news anchor Colette Fitzpatrick, has recently joined the breakfast team weekdays at Newstalk.
Colette will join existing Newstalk presenter Shane Coleman and journalist Paul Williams on the new-look morning show, which will also feature Alan Quinlan on sports. The show broadcasts from 7am -9am.
Pat Kenny is to return to our screens with a new current affairs show. Pat will team up with his former general election leaders' debate partner, Colette Fitzpatrick.
The new show will air on TV3 on Wednesday nights. The show will provide an in-dept analysis on current issues and will feature live interviews with the big news makers of the day, in front of a studio audience.
Pat and Colette's new show will commence on October 12th.