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Keenan Oreilly is an Irish news anchor who has been with the BBC since 2006. He is the current presenter of the breakfast show on BBC Radio Ulster, as well as being a regular relief presenter on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Keenan O’Reilly is a Irish news anchor who has been with the BBC since 2006. He is the main presenter of the flagship Nine O’Clock News on BBC One and occasionally presents other news programmes on the channel.

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Keenan O’Reilly is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a winger for League of Ireland club Bohemians. O’Reilly began his career with Home Farm, before joining St Patrick’s Athletic in 2009. He spent three seasons at the club, making over 50 league appearances and winning the 2010 League of Ireland Cup.

In 2012, he moved to England to join Conference North side Chester FC on loan. He returned to St Patrick’s Athletic in 2013 and helped the club win the League of Ireland title that year. He also won the FAI Cup with the club in 2014.

In 2015, O’Reilly joined Bohemians. He has since made over 100 league appearances for the club and won two more FAI Cups (in 2016 and 2018).

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Keenan O’Reilly is an Irish actor, best known for his role as Sean Ryan in the RTÉ television series Love/Hate. Last year, he starred in the film Charlie Casanova alongside Eddie Reynoso and Stephen Rea. The movie was released on DVD in December 2011.

In 2012, O’Reilly will appear in two episodes of the BBC Three comedy Coming Up.

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Keenan O’Reilly is an Irish news anchor who has worked for a number of Irish and international news organisations. He is currently the presenter of Newstalk’s breakfast show, The Breakfast Show with Keenan. O’Reilly began his career in journalism as a reporter with RTÉ News and Current Affairs in Dublin.

He then moved to London to work as a freelance journalist before joining Sky News as a reporter and presenter. He has also worked for CNN International, Al Jazeera English and BBC World News.

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