Seamus McKee presents Good Morning Ulster on BBC Radio Ulster. In the course of a varied broadcasting career he has hosted programmes on current affairs, education, religion and the arts, including Spotlight, Hearts and Minds, Songs of Praise and the Radio Two Arts Programme.
In Northern Ireland he has been the commentator on a succession of outside broadcasts including the President Clinton visits and the Omagh Commemoration.
He has fronted documentaries on BBC NI TV and on BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4, on everything from the disappearance of Lord Lucan to the life and times of the late Gerry Fitt.
For the BBC he has also presented live radio for the network from London, Paris and New York.
Seamus is a much sought after host for conferences and debates.
Seamus was born and still lives in Belfast.
In breaks from broadcasting and hosting conferences and debates, he enjoys swimming, theatre and the odd glass or two of red wine, preferably French.