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Sarah Brett: The job I always wanted was Good Morning Ulster, I really missed home

The presenter of Radio Ulster's flagship news programme opens up about the heartache of losing her beloved dad and reveals what it was like starting her dream job in a pandemic

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Family ties: Sarah Brett

Family ties: Sarah Brett

Sarah Brett with her late father Aubrey

Sarah Brett with her late father Aubrey

Sarah, husband Terry and son Theo

Sarah, husband Terry and son Theo

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Family ties: Sarah Brett

As dream jobs go, this one could hardly have been higher up Sarah Brett's wish list.

But, so far, she freely admits that the much-coveted Good Morning Ulster gig is not quite what she signed up for.

Rather than sharing the studio hot-seat alongside a co-presenter in Belfast, and with a bank of producers just behind the studio glass, the 46-year-old anchor began her new role in broadcasting from the sunroom in her elderly parents' home in Donegal.


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