Who is she?





Sarah Doran is a twenty-something-year-old London based bookworm and full-time film and TV addict from Dublin who has experience writing, presenting, doing voiceover work and working in media production.

She’s currently writing for RadioTimes.com, where she waxes lyrical about all things televisual with a particular focus on Sci-Fi, YouTube, Drama, Eurovision and just about anything involving anyone Irish.

Before moving to London, she worked with the team at SpunOut.ie, writing, presenting and doing voiceover work for the youth information hub’s campaigns.

She has also worked at DailyEdge.ie, advised the nation about what to watch on a daily basis as entertainment.ie‘s TV Editor and spent a fair bit of time talking about what was on the box (and a variety of other things) on national radio.

Her love affair with media production began at UCD’s Belfield FM, where the radio presenting bug bit hard. She went on to join the ranks of both the UCD University Observer and College Tribune, where she pontificated about politics and current affairs, before heading off to DCU to focus on entertainment with the good folk at DCUfm.

While in DCU she temporarily joined the team at TV3′s Ireland AM as a researcher, worked as a runner and production assistant on TV3’s Take Me Out Ireland and Celebrity Mastermind, and even did a bit of writing for The Sunday Times Ireland.

In her spare time she enjoys blogging at It’s Strawberry Blonde, correcting TV continuity announcers, and shooting and editing videos for her YouTube channel.

If you want to get in touch try sarah@itsstrawberryblonde.com or follow @sarahisnothere on Twitter


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