From Here To There With Mairead Campbell [Radio Ulster]

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20180206

Mairead Campbell meets Irish singer and actress Niamh Perry.

Mairead meets Irish singer/actress Niamh Perry and finds out about her journey from a girl with a dream living in Bangor, Co Down to pursuing a singing and acting career in London. Niamh was one of the finalists in the BBC talent show 'I'd Do Anything' in 2008. After this she moved to London where she is now immersed in the worlds of song and stage. She played Fleck in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Love Never Dies as well as other prominent roles in established musicals.

20180213

Myrtle was born in 1972 in Belfast where she lived until she was 18 when she escaped as far as Coleraine to go to the University of Ulster. Belfast-born Myrtle Hill's career has taken her around the world. Sometime, somewhere, we all have bought a product she has marketed - from frozen chips to Star Wars. Among the places she's lived in are Dublin, London, Montreal, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and most recently Florida but somehow Belfast is still home.

Mairead Campbell meets global marketeer Myrtle Doyle.

20180227
20180227

Mairead Campbell meets the women who have made the move to London.

20180306
Mairead Campbell Meets Annie Mac20180130

For nearly 15 years Irish-born Annie Mac has been one of the world's best-known DJs immersed in the genres of dance-pop, hip-hop, rock and indie. In this edition of From Here to There she tells Mairead Campbell about moving to London from Ireland, finding a work-life balance between radio programmes, festivals, television appearances and being mother to a young child.

For nearly 15 years Irish-born Annie Mac has been one of the world's best-known DJs immersed in the genres of dance-pop, hip-hop, rock and indie. In this edition of From Here to There she tells Mairead Campbell about moving to London from Ireland, finding a work-life balance between radio programmes, festivals, television appearances and being mother to a young child.