Nadine O’Regan is Books and Arts Editor with the Sunday Business Post and a columnist and feature writer with the same newspaper. At the weekends, she presents and produces Songs in the Key of Life on Today FM, a show where well known guests discuss their lives and pick their favourite songs to play. Airing from 9pm Sundays, the programme was nominated for an Irish Radio Award in September 2015, in the category of Specialist Music at the PPI Radio Awards, and won bronze.

She also works frequently as a voiceover artist for well-known national and international brands as well as occasionally contributing to music projects (her voice is here and here) and working as a guest presenter/contributor on various programmes (see her work with UTV Ireland here). In the past, Nadine has served as a reporter for The Works, the arts show on RTE 1 television, and written for publications including Spin magazine (US), The Irish Times, The Irish Independent, Hot Press, Magill and The Gloss. In recent years, she has worked as a regular contributor to The Last Word with Matt Cooper on Today FM (hear her Harper Lee review here) and she was also a frequent contributor to The View on RTE 1 television for many years. She taught a course in arts journalism at the Irish Writers Centre in 2014 and served as a guest lecturer in journalism in 2015 at Dublin Business School.

Nadine also presented the arts show The Kiosk on Phantom 105.2 from Oct 2006 to Sept 2013 and The Breakfast Club on Phantom from Sept 2013 to March 2014. Her radio show Songs in the Key of Life originally began life on Dublin station TXFM, where it ran from April 2014 to June 2016. In between her hurtles towards various deadlines, she loves going to gigs, hanging out with friends and reading enormous amounts of fiction. From Skibbereen, Co. Cork originally, she has lived in Dublin since 1999.

Email: nadineoregan[at]gmail.com. Twitter: @nadineoregan
Instagram: http://instagram.com/nadineoregan

11 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Nadine,

    how’s the form? I tuned into the Kiosk recently and enjoyed it immensely; great to hear fresh and original programmes on the Irish airwaves, so keep on fighting the good fight.
    I have an eclectic music programme every Thursday 5-6pm you might want to check out sometime on: http://www.icrfm.ie


  2. Nadine,

    love the kiosk, what a wonderful show.

    just wondering if you knew whether phantom intend to start podcasting it again.
    I never manage to catch it live and there hasn’t been an episode on the website since last august.

    phantom are ignoring me emails. any idea?

    keep up the great work.
    cheers eske

  3. Thanks Eske! Much appreciated.
    Regarding the podcasts, I’ve asked management, but as yet have no definite response for you…hopefully the podcasts will happen again soon, though — I’ll keep you posted.
    In the meantime, maybe you might be able to catch a repeat of the show — there’s one at 8am Sunday mornings and another at midnight on Tuesdays.

  4. Hi Nadine,

    U did well on the View. Have to confess I’d never heard of you before then. Good to see a Cork girl doing so well in the big smoke. Read your piece on Tom Waites as well. U really got under his skin. We’re gonna have to watch out for you. 😉

    A Cork boy.

  5. Hey Nadine

    Nice to see your blogging! I’ve just started since going freelance. Huge amount of freedom publishing your own words 😉

    Hope all is well and would love you to take a peek at my blog when you’ve a mo!


  6. What is the name of the short story book you just mentioned on tv (when discussing apparitions and late fictions) – by someone called Molloy? Thanks!

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