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Where does Hector Heochagain live?

Where does Hector Heochagain live?

Hector Ó hEochagáin (pronounced [oː ˈhoːxəɡaːnʲ]; born 17 August 1969) is an Irish television and radio presenter from Drogheda, County Louth, though he did grow up in Navan, Co. Meath. He currently presents The Tommy and Hector Podcast with Laurita Blewitt.

Why did Hector leave 2fm?

While he may be leaving the airwaves, he is focusing his efforts on television, working on a number of development projects with the State broadcaster. His departure comes just weeks after radio rival Adrian Kennedy said the show, which is recorded in Galway, should be scrapped in order to regain Dublin listeners.

What is Hector’s real name?

He re-emerged as Hector Ó hEochagáin, journeyman. The decision to ditch his English name was taken at the age of 12, when he harassed his parents into changing the name on his passport, which remains Seán Ó hEochagáin.

Where did Hector go to school?

Meath He is known for his intrusive and annoying persona. Hector attended St. Patrick’s Classical School in Navan at the same time as Tommy Tiernan and Dylan Moran. He first came to the attention of Irish viewers with his travelogue programme Amúon TG4, the Irish language TV station.

What happened to Hector’s brother?

Some of the letters and emails thanked Hector for telling the story of his brother’s death and for encouraging people to get themselves checked out. Freddie died after a sudden heart attack, while cycling to work in Copenhagen.

Is Hector O Heochagain married?

Dympna O hEochagainHector Ó hEochagáin / Spouse (m. 2002)

Where did Hector learn Irish?

He learned Irish by attending summer colleges in the Gaeltacht and later studied Irish in Trinity College He has presented several popular Irish language programmes on TG4, including the acclaimed Amú series of travel documentaries, which last year won three awards at the IFTA’s.

What languages does Hector speak?

Hector is an Irish television and radio presenter from Navan who loves languages. When he was younger, Hector got an A1 in Latin for the Leaving Cert, moved to the Aran Islands to speak Irish and then move to Basque Country in Spain where he learnt Spanish.

What happened to Hector’s brother Freddy?

Freddie died after a sudden heart attack, while cycling to work in Copenhagen. “Freddie hadn’t drank in a long time. He didn’t smoke. He was in the gym every day of the week.

What does Hector mean in English?

Definition of hector (Entry 2 of 2) intransitive verb. : to behave in an arrogant or intimidating way : to play the bully : swagger. transitive verb. : to intimidate or harass by bluster or personal pressure football players being hectored by their coach.