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Kerry McLean

Kerry McLean, born in Ballymoney in 1975 is a broadcaster with BBC Radio Ulster.[1] She was educated at Dalriada School, Ballymoney, La Sainte Union, Southampton and London University College where she studied French, Education and English Literature.

She joined the BBC in 1993 and over the next six years worked in news and current affairs in Belfast on Good Morning Ulster, Glasgow on Good Morning Scotland, London on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4 and later for the Ukrainian and then Education sections of the BBC World Service. Her broadcasting career includes early stints as a traffic and travel reporter, presenting the English/French bilingual output for west Africa for the BBC World Service and more recently 'Weekend Extra' for BBC Radio Ulster. Highlights to date in her career include interviewing Jeremy Paxman, Mitchell and Webb, Amanda Holden, Michael Palin, and her teenage hero, David Bowie.

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