Angela Scanlon, host of RTS NI Awards

TV presenter Angela Scanlon will host this year’s Royal Television Society (RTS) NI Programme Awards at The MAC in Belfast on Thursday November 16th, 2017.

Broadcaster, journalist and TV presenter, Angela was born in Co Meath and is co-host of BBC Two’s Robot Wars with Dara O’Briain. She has made documentaries for RTE, hosted holiday series Getaways for BBC NI and presented live coverage of music festivals and BAFTA’s for BBC Three. Earlier this year she presentedThe One Show with Matt Baker while Alex Jones was on maternity leave and she joined The One Show again this Summer for a special week from the Antrim Coast.

Angela said:

“I can’t wait to head back to Belfast to host this year’s RTS NI Programme Awards. Northern Ireland is renowned as a real hub of creativity internationally with award winning productions like Game of Thrones, Line of Duty, The Commute and so many more choosing to film there. It promises to be a great night’s celebration of television and talent!”

The RTS has partnered with BBC Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Screen, Channel 4 and UTV for these prestigious awards which celebrate the achievements of the creative industries.

Steve Carson, Chair of RTS NI said:

“We are delighted that Angela is returning to Northern Ireland to host our Awards after her recent road trip here for The One Show which was hugely popular with local viewers. Angela is a highly experienced and talented broadcaster and the ideal choice for helping the RTS highlight the incredible talent available in Northern Ireland.

“The deadline for entries is Friday 8th September and we have seen some fantastic entries come through already, the judges will have a difficult task ahead of them.”

Applications for entries to this year’s Awards are available from

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