Bernadette Ní Ghallchóir

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Bernadette Ní Ghallchóir is an Irish television presenter and continuity announcer, she was a familiar face of RTÉ between the late sixties and early eighties.

She hosted the Irish language show Buntús Cainte in the 1960s.[1] She is probably best remembered for hosting the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest from the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin,[2] she continued to be involved with Eurovision when in 1973 she hosted National Song Contest.

When RTÉ Two was launched in 1978, Ní Ghallchóir was one of the first presenters who officially opened the channel with Raymond Maxwell and Roisin Harkin.[3]

In the 1980s she retired from television.