Sarah O Connor – TV3 – 24 Hours To Kill

Sarah O Connor – TV3 – 24 Hours To Kill

Sarah O Connor works as the Courts Correspondent for the UTV Radio Network in Dublin and is featured in the new TV3 series 24 Hours To Kill written and presented by Dyane Connor. TV3 states ” ’24 Hours to Kill’, deconstructs and examines a selection of Ireland’s most shocking killings, which in turn sparked some of the most infamous murder trials in the history of the State.” TV3 24 Hours To Kill

Sarah started off as a journalist in 1997, writing articles for the Irish Emigrant Newspaper in Boston, then for the Irish Emigrant online service based in Galway. As a graduate of NUIG’s Applied Communications postgraduate, she has since worked for RTE radio cork, North West Radio, Sligo and as a general reporter and then Courts Correspondent for Independent Network News between 2003 and 2009.Short listed as a PPI Radio awards nominee.

As a Masters Criminology student and crime reporter, she has featured on the SKy Crime Documentary Network and is currently contributing to the TV3 Crime Documentary series 24 Hours to Kill. During her criminology  studies she has examined the areas such as sex offenders and rehabilitation as well as victims services here in Ireland and is writing her thesis on Killers and a new book on homicide coming out next year.

 

’24 Hours To Kill’ is being screened on TV3 on Thursday evenings over a three week period. The series will explore high profile murders that have taken place in Ireland.

TV3’s website states,”’24 Hours to Kill’, deconstructs and examines a selection of Ireland’s most shocking killings, which in turn sparked some of the most infamous murder trials in the history of the State. The cases covered in this series include Eamon Lillis’s manslaughter of Celine Cawley, the killing of Fareh Swaleh Noore by Charlotte and Linda Mulhall and the death of Anne Corcoran at the hands of Oliver Hayes.”

 

Sarah O Connor works as the Courts Correspondent for the UTV Radio Network in Dublin. She started off as a journalist in 1997, writing articles for the Irish Emigrant Newspaper in Boston, then for the Irish Emigrant online service based in Galway. As a graduate of NUIG’s Applied Communications postgraduate, she has since worked for RTE radio cork, North West Radio, Sligo and as a general reporter and then Courts Correspondent for Independent Network News between 2003 and 2009.Short listed as a PPI Radio awards nominee. As a Masters Criminology student and crime reporter, she has featured on the SKy Crime Documentary Network and is currently contributing to the TV3 Crime Documentary series 24 Hours to Kill. As a criminology student she has examined the areas such as sex offenders and rehabilitation as well as victims services here and is writing her thesis on Killers and a book on homicide.

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