Greg Hughes, Highland Radio's Head of News, began his career in Journalism in earnest in the mid nineties. He began working in the newsroom with North West Radio before joining the Highland Radio news team in 2002.
From Laghey in south Donegal, Greg has interviewed some of the country's top political representatives throughout his career and never shies away from asking the tough questions.
You can follow Greg on Twitter by clicking HERE
Donal Kavanagh, a Waterford native, began his radio career on the international pirate radio scene including a stint bobbing on the high seas off Israel where he worked with the 'Voice of Peace'. He has been with Highland Radio almost since its inception and is renowned as King of the Airwaves when it comes to Highland's election time coverage with his deft and assured anchoring.
Barry Whyte graduated from the University of Lancashire in 2007, completing one of the most renowned journalism courses in the UK. He began his radio career at Channel 103 in Jersey, before joining the Highland Radio news team in December 2007, working weekends. In February 2010 he joined the news team on a full-time basis. From Strabane, 28-year-old Barry has a keen interest in local politics. During his time at Highland, Barry has interviewed some of the country's top political representatives, including President Michael D Higgins, former Taoiseach Brian Cowen and Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams. Barrys on the spot reporting of Donegal County Councils annual budget meetings have now become renowned around the county, and he has amassed a huge following on social media during these meetings. Twitter - https://twitter.com/BarryWhyte85