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Rising star DJ Lottie bags a radio show


Lottie Ryan. Photo: Brian McEvoy

Lottie Ryan. Photo: Brian McEvoy

Lottie Ryan. Photo: Brian McEvoy

SHE'S climbing up the broadcasting ladder and has just bagged her own radio show on 2FM, but presenter Lottie Ryan is still keeping up a part-time position on the side.

The rising star, who is now hosting her own weekend slot on the airwaves called The Early, Early Breakfast Show, has been working as a dedicated O2 Angel at the Dublin concert venue for years.

With access to all the top artists' gigs, the Clontarf native decided that hanging onto her white outfit – designed by Emma Manley – was a good idea. The diary spotted the daughter of late DJ Gerry Ryan assisting guests at the sold out Beyonce shows.

Lottie earned some valuable air time experience as the roving showbiz reporter on the Colm Hayes Show for the guts of three years.

The 26-year-old, who graduated from Griffith College Dublin with a degree in Journalism and Visual Media in 2008, is also flexing her writing muscles on her new blog.

It features interviews and articles about the loves in her life. The Early, Early Breakfast Show runs on the weekends at 6am.