BBC Northern Ireland announced that famous and ‘talented broadcaster’ host Kim Lenaghan has died aged 61. Let’s see how she died and Kim Lenaghan cause of death in detail
How did Kim Lenaghan die?
Popular TV host Kim Lenahan has died at the age of 61 unexpectedly, BBC Northern Ireland has announced.
On radio, she presented Arts Extra, This New Day, The Foodie and special festive programmes for BBC Radio Ulster.
She also regularly guest presented programmes including The Saturday Magazine, Sounds Classical and therefore the Late Show.
The jovial host has hosted a variety of special celebration programs.
Before embarking on a broadcasting career, Ms. Lenaghan had studied English at Queen’s University Belfast and had worked for the European nation Tourist Board in Northern Ireland and big apple and as a PR manager for the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
She started working with BBC Northern Ireland in 1997 on newspaper reviews on BBC Radio Ulster’s salutation Ulster program.
She then became a news reporter for the station working across greeting Ulster, Talkback, and Evening Extra before happening to present a good range of programs.
Kim Lenaghan cause of death
Kim Lenaghan’s cause of death has not yet been revealed by her family members.
Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Javier Marias Cause of Death will be added soon.
Who was Kim Lenaghan?
Kim Lenaghan (c. 1961 – September 2022) was a British freelance radio and tv broadcaster, writer, and critic who was based in Belfast and worked mainly within the fields of the visual and cinematic arts, music, and cuisine culture. She was best referred to as the presenter of BBC Radio Ulster’s weekend mornings. Also, the Sunday lunchtime radio food program.
The Foodie moreover because of the holiday seasonal programs Festive Feast and Kim’s Twinkly Christmas. She previously presented BBC Radio Ulster’s This New Day, Arts Extra, and also the BBC European nation TV programs, Country Times and Good Dog, Bad Dog.
Lenaghan’s published works included a touch History of Golf and Irish Superstitions and lore (Angus & Robertson).
Also, Lenaghan graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English Literature and from the University of Ulster with a Master of Arts in Marketing.
Lenaghan married Andrew Jones in 2017 in London. She lived in East Belfast. She died in September 2022, at the age of 61
Tributes to Kim Lenaghan
As soon as news of kim’s death revealed, thousands of tributes were paid online.
Fellow broadcaster Kerry McLean said,
“Deeply shocked and heartbroken to hear this today…..……I honestly can’t take it in…..she’ll be so, so missed. I’ll miss our early morning giggles and chat over a cup of tea, both in person and listening to her, a brilliant broadcaster, on the radio….my thoughts and prayers are with Andrew and the family “I am so shocked anhd saddened to hear that my friend the lovely Kim Lenaghan has passed away.
Such sadness here at the BBC on the news that Kim Lenaghan has died. Those who worked and knew her have lost a good friend. Such a kind, generous and gorgeous woman with an infectious laugh. Dearest Kim there are no words.
BBC correspondent Mark Simpson said,
“Devastating news. Kim was a ray of sunshine. On air, off air and in the corridors of the BBC. She brightened all our lives. We’re going to miss her.”
Devastating I loved her show felt like she was sitting in the kitchen with me RIP Kim condolences to her family and friends
Columnist Alex Kane said,
“Very sorry to hear that the Radio Ulster broadcaster Kim Lenaghan has died. I liked her very much.”
Lyric Theatre Belfast tweeted,
“We are so saddened to hear of the death of our friend and long time supporter, Kim Lenaghan. Our thoughts are with her husband Andrew, her family, friends, colleagues and those who loved her at this difficult time.”
Tara Mills said,
“Shocked and very sad to hear that Kim Lenaghan has died. It’s hard to believe we will never again hear her infectious laugh or see her beaming smile in Broadcasting House. Condolences to her family.”
Barra Best said,
“So sorry to hear that @KimLenaghan has died. She always gave me a good laugh when we worked together. That curry recipe she gave me will be followed this evening. RIP, Kim.”
Marie-Louise Connolly also posted,
“Such sadness here at the BBC on the news that Kim Lenaghan has died. Those who worked and knew her have lost a good friend. Such a kind, generous and gorgeous woman with an infectious laugh. Dearest Kim there are no words.
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