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Dáithí Ó Sé
Residence Galway, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Occupation Broadcaster
Employer TG4
Known for Irish language passions, television appearances

Dáithí Ó Sé is a television presenter with TG4 in Ireland where he presents the weather forecast and does continuity announcements. He has also presented various programmes on TG4 including travel programme Dáithí ar Route 66, about the U.S. highway and other programmes on RTE. He was a contestant on Charity You’re a Star in 2006.

Currently he is also one of the judges on RTÉ programme The All Ireland Talent Show.

Appearances and programmes

  • 2009 Judge on The All Ireland Talent Show on RTÉ
  • 2009 Guest on The Lucy Kennedy Show on RTÉ
  • 2008 Guest presenter on The Panel on RTE
  • 2008 Livin' with Lucy on RTÉ
  • 2008 Full-time weather and continuity presenter on TG4
  • 2007 Presenter on the Full Set Traditional Music Series, on RTE
  • 2007 Contestant on Celebrities Go Wild, a Charity Reality Series, on RTÉ
  • 2007 Presenter of Dáithí ar Route 66 (TG4, travel/road trip across US)
  • 2007 - 2009 presenter of Glór Tíre
  • 2006 Contestant on Charity You’re a star, Reality Singing Contest, on RTÉ
  • 2006 Glór Tíre
  • 2004/2005 Galway Races - Anchor man for a 3 œ hour live broadcast over three days.
  • 2004 Coinne le - Saturday night LIVE chat show 10 programmes
  • 2003 Feilte - 10 Summer Festival programme plus one hour long special from N.Y. on TG4
  • 2003 Cleamhnas - 13 part Blind date shows, on TG4
  • 2003 Gradam Ceoil - TG4’s traditional Music awards from U.L concert Hall
  • 2002 Feilte - 10 Summer festival programme plus two Christmas specials from N.Y and Boston, on TG4
  • 2001 Gradam Ceoil - TG4 Traditional Music awards from the Cork opera House
  • 1999- 2001 part-time weather and continuity on TG4, Ireland’s Irish Language Station

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